Tag Archive: travel

Apr 02

Never Land

Peter Pan statue in Hyde Park.

London is to me what New York City was to Carrie Bradshaw. I fell in love with it last year, and going back last weekend showed me just how much I really do adore that city. If Manchester United was a London club, I would have no choice but to sell a kidney and move …

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Mar 21

Journeys of the Soul – Alternative Spring Break

For my Spring Break, I went on the Alternative Spring Break Trip with the Minority Student Association. The trip was called, “Journeys of the Soul,” where we took a path through Tuskegee, Selma, and Montgomery, Alabama and then proceeded to Atlanta, Georgia. “Journeys of the Soul” was a great educational trip!! It brought forth a …

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Apr 08

Back from Scotland

Well, I think I’ve officially gotten back into the swing of things here at school after an amazing Spring Break.  It was tough, but I pushed through the jet lag and the sudden manner in which we were tossed back into classes and homework.  I’m sure you all want to know everything about this amazing …

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Jan 08

Ireland!

Hey, guys! I told you that the next time I’d write a blog I would more than likely be in Ireland. Well, here I am, writing a blog from Dublin! I have had so much fun here so far, but we are leaving Ireland tomorrow. So sad! We have been to the Killarney National Park, the …

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Jan 04

My Busy Christmas Break

Hey, everyone! Its been a while since my last post, but I am back and stronger than ever!  So, right now, I am officially waiting around to leave for the airport in Raleigh. At 8:30 tonight I will be on my first flight ever, and its a 14 hour flight – to London! I’m so …

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Dec 15

Saying Goodbye to Fall Semester

I can finally say I’m DONE with final exams!!! Fall semester is officially over for me today. I have a bittersweet feeling about this fall semester. There were tons of fun memories, and there were the typical stressed-out-college-student moments. Overall, I loved this semester! It was my first semester here at Barton College (I’m a …

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