Tyler Boyle | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Post 2

Tyler Boyle | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Post 2

Featured image: Local graffiti artists fill the streets of Jordaan, a hipster, local neighborhood in the West of Amsterdam, with works of art.  This particular photo was taken on Haarlemmerstraat, across the street from a local tattoo parlor. Well, I am a month and a half in, with three months to go, and I can successfully say: I’m thriving!  Here are a few quick updates in case you were wondering how my adjustment has gone in the past two weeks: I…

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Yina Wang | Budapest, Hungary | Post 1

Yina Wang | Budapest, Hungary | Post 1

I often find myself staring off into space when I’m traveling alone on the tram, coming home from my friend’s apartment across the river. The Danube River splits the bustling city of Budapest into two respective parts: Buda and Pest. This view above greets me every night as I make the trek back home to my own flat. What’s not to love? The Hungarians are good-humored people, and even with my broken Hungarian, I still manage to have small conversations…

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Kimberly Nguyen | Exeter, England | Post 1

Kimberly Nguyen | Exeter, England | Post 1

Featured image: This is a hidden view of Exeter.  It requires leaving Primark at the Guildhall the wrong way. “You will come away bruised. You will come away bruised but this will give you poetry.” -Yrsa Daley-Ward If you ever want to find out what you’re made of, book a flight to a foreign country and arrive with nothing. Put all the things that bring you comfort in your checked luggage and have your airline lose it.  This will make you…

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