Monthly Archives: June 2013

That One Time in Chile . . .

With classes finished and my soccer season with the Chilean team I’ve been playing with winding down, not much has happened in the last week. So I don’t have a grand adventure to tell you all about or something that … Continue reading

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Leaving Quito, Trip to the Volcano, and Heading to the Galapagos

I had a great last week in Quito. While much of the rest of friends in my program headed to the adventure or resort town of Banos, a few hours from Quito, I decided to stay back and enjoy Quito … Continue reading

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The End of a Semester. The Beginning of Something New.

I’m writing this blog post just one hour before my last class of the semester. It seems crazy that in just under a couple hours I will officially be able to say I finished a semester in Chile. Although my … Continue reading

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An afternoon in the ancient city

Before I started taking Japanese culture classes at Puget Sound, it was hard for me to imagine Kamakura without calling to mind scenes from the samurai revenge tales I used to read as a young teen, many of which were … Continue reading

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Witnessing Life

I have had a life changing experience this week. Not that this whole trip hasn’t been life changing, but I haven’t stopped thinking about this event since it happened and I can’t wait to share it with all of you. … Continue reading

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Keeping Busy in Ecuador!!!

Hola otra vez! I am having a blast here in Ecuador, staying very busy just as the title says which means I unfortunately have not been able to blog for the past week and a half. Last week was the … Continue reading

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First week

Today marks the end of the first week of classes here in Buenos Aires. I’ll try to review much of what I have done and experienced so far but no guarantees that everything will be covered. Classes are held at … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Most Beautiful Place on Earth

This past weekend I went to the driest desert in the world, located in the north of Chile around a small town called San Pedro de Atacama. I left Thursday evening, ready for a trip of a lifetime. Although I … Continue reading

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Running a 10km marathon in Japan

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Back in March, during the first weekend that I started living with my host family in the small suburban town of Isobe, my host mom barraged me with a volley of questions concerning my diet, my exercise habits and my … Continue reading

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