Week Thirteen: Brazil, Morocco, London to Ibiza

Week Thirteen: Brazil, Morocco, London to Ibiza

I apologize for the late posts lately. It’s been a combination of forgetfulness, poor timing, and lack of things to talk about. As my time abroad is coming to an end, there’s been less traveling and exploring on my part and more focus on school work. I plan on getting back out there though because my time abroad is, well, coming to an end. I did, however, have the opportunity to visit Ibiza, Spain this past weekend! Though I would have liked to go to Brazil and Morocco as well as my title suggests, I stillΒ felt that the hook of J-Lo’s “On The Floor” was fitting for the post. I have to be honest that this island wasn’t as magical as I expected-thank you, off season-but it was definitely my favorite trip so far and the best way to end my traveling in Europe. Continue reading “Week Thirteen: Brazil, Morocco, London to Ibiza”

Week Eleven: All You Need Is Love

Week Eleven: All You Need Is Love

They say all you need is love…and apparently rest as well. I think I’ve been in denial about my stress or I’ve either suppressed it because it surely took final form these last two days. I did have a pretty good weekend, however (per usual). On Thursday, we went on a class trip to Liverpool as an extension of my Interpreting Popular Culture class. I don’t know what I expected Liverpool to look like. For some reason, all I could think was a post-World War II industrial wasteland, but I was embarrassingly wrong. Liverpool is just as modern as you expect, but with a nautical touch. We stayed at a Premier Inn along the docks and I didn’t think I needed that view in my life until it was right there in front of me. It was ridiculously windy and cold so I couldn’t stand outside and look at the sea, but I could from my window. Continue reading “Week Eleven: All You Need Is Love”

Week Ten: Spring Break (Part III)

Week Ten: Spring Break (Part III)

This is my final post about spring break! Thank you to everyone who has dealt with the fact that I’ve had to break this up into three parts and who have read my posts in general. I’m surprised I even have an audience (even if most of it is my family members). I like to write for myself, but it makes it that much more fun and interesting when I know there are other people who like and want to hear what I have to say. Sometimes when I re-read my posts, I cringe a little because I feel like I sound like a fourth grader trying to sound more profound than they actually are, and I’ll probably always feel like that, but I’m glad at least one person likes it. I promise I’ll continue trying to do my best to illustrate my experiences to keep y’all entertained. πŸ™‚ Continue reading “Week Ten: Spring Break (Part III)”