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It's about that time for me to start my adventure in Spain for the semester. Although I am not the best at writing I will have this travel blog and attempt to keep everyone updated once a week. It will be best to contact me via email (email@example.com) or on facebook. I also have a skype account (shel.b.) just keep in mind that I will be 7 hours ahead of you. I will ...
The Illinois Homicide Investigators Association were holding a convention in my hotel in Oak Brook, about 15 miles west of downtown Chicago. It was full of macho types with big laughs, and the car park had plenty of sinister looking, black Crown Vics sprouting multiple antennas. There seems to be no recession in the Illinois homicide business, I can tell you, these folk all seemed suspiciously cheerful. It was murder. Chicago is my favourite American city. ...
... about to completely lose my
mind. As you may have heard on the news, the
government of mainland China has a firewall on the internet that
blocks an extensive array of websites from being accessed in any way.
Google searches are filtered or disabled by select phrases, social
networks of all types are blocked, and millions of blogs are made
invisible. This very blog was originally posted on Blogspot, but
after testing the server online I found that it ...
Money is probably the greatest obstacle right now. I spent 500 dollars from my savings to join the program and process my application. Once placed, we will each owe 1400 dollars for the remaining visa fees, material costs, government paperwork, etc. Add that to the cost of a passport, international flight. and a TEFL certification, and I may need to resort to selling body parts on the black market to pay my way there. My family and friends ...
... to represent Northern on the first trip of this kind. The group gathered for the first time early this year, and in three days we'll be flying over the Pacific.
After three years of learning Mandarin and living closely with the Chinese-American population of NIU, I'll be making a capstone on my minor in Chinese Studies with this unique academic opportunity. My Mandarin is admittedly quite weak, but I've ...