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  • Insadong

    Travel Journal from South Korea Seoul, South Korea | Mon Jul 28, 2014

    I cannot stress how much Seoul has to offer. I have about 20 days left here in Seoul. Most would think that 20 days is plentiful to explore a city. I think I need to live in Seoul for a year to fully enjoy everything it has to offer. One of the areas that define Seoul is Insadong. This area is full of shops selling traditional Korean items from souvenirs, …

    Studying in Seoul

  • Farewell Madagascar

    Travel Journal from United States Pennsylvania, United States | Sun Jul 27, 2014

    Being here has inspired me to continue down the tract of maternal healthcare and obstetrics. I am even inspired to get involved in politics and start my own clinic. There were some parts of the program that  I expected to be a little different but because I have been encouraged to continue studying traditional medicine and get more involved in healthcare policy making, I am forever changed and that is …

    SIT Madagascar 2014

  • Amalfi Coast-Like A Dream

    Travel Journal from Italy Positano, Italy | Sat Jul 19, 2014

    Ah we finally had our free weekend! It was so nice to get away from the schoolwork and just have a weekend of relaxation with friends. I booked this trip (Bus2Alps) not really knowing what to expect. I had heard mixed reviews, but decided to take a chance on it. We had 4 destinations: Sorrento, Capri, Positano, and Pompeii. I looked up some google images and I, of …

    Like A Dream

  • A Trip to the National Museum

    Travel Journal from Ghana Accra, Ghana | Thu Jul 24, 2014

    Yesterday my class took a trip to the National Museum here in Accra, it was extremely interesting. Especially the exhibits that were focused on the Northern region. Possibly the only region that I will not be able to visit before I leave. After walking around this small but well laid out museum, we sat down and watched a movie detailing the differences in certain customs from region to region. The …

    My summer in Ghana

  • Corny pictures at Pisa are necessary

    Travel Journal from Italy Pisa, Italy | Thu Jul 17, 2014

    Arezzo has been so good to me. It has been my home away from home and my new little comfort zone. A couple of girls and I decided we would take a little excusion and hop a train to Pisa and Lucca. The train wouldn’t be too expensive and we would only spend maybe an hour and a half in Pisa, tops. We wanted to walk around and …

    Lucca, Pisa, and a spontaneous adventure