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Vietnam

July 27, 2012

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I am officially back on US soil, and have been working while I re-adjusted to the time difference. This post has taken me well over a month to write since I have been back, but I think part of it has to do with the large amount of things that occurred in such a short […]

Day 26 – Xochimilco

June 30, 2011

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Today was terribly rainy. All day. It sucked. Not just because it rained all day, but because in Mexico, rainy season usually just means a few hours of rain and then everything stops and gets lovely again. Of course, today of all days when we were going to be doing a lot of outdoorsy things, […]

Days 18 & 19

June 24, 2011

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Nothing too epic in the past few days… I would like to announce that finally after two and a half days, I have finally got my laundry back from the lavanderia. We thought we were going to get our clothes back yesterday, but they ran out of gas to run the dryers so we had […]

Day 13

June 17, 2011

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Friday, finally. It really feels like time is flying. I had my midterm exam today, and that was so many different types of fun. Luckily it didn’t take that much time to finish, so we had the rest of the time to talk about a lot of different stuff. For example, destiny. Sometimes you plan […]

Day 12

June 17, 2011

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My trip is almost halfway over, and I cannot believe it has flown by as fast as it has. I am already getting ready for my mid semester exam! Today was pretty interesting, we were supposed to have a cooking class today, but the person couldn’t come, so instead we took our free time into […]

Day 11

June 16, 2011

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Today was slightly rough, because I was not feeling well at all, and luckily for me, it hit right as we were finishing the tour of Frida Kahlo’s house. Luckily, I am not dying and will not be stuck in bed for the coming days. I did get so see some awesome things today though. […]

Days 9 & 10

June 15, 2011

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Not much to report. More Spanish, and more learning about the culture. Yesterday we learned about the Mexican political system, a very complex and interesting topic. I don’t think I will ever completely understand it. Mexico’s history is so different from ours, not only because of the cultures and people, but because of how both […]