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... phone with me while abroad but I will have a different phone #. If anyone has an iPhone we can iMessage or if you have a smart phone I also have the following apps: snapchat, whatsapp, and heytell. If you would like me address in Spain just message me or my mom and I can send that to you.
Just a little bit about what, where and when. I will be studying in Alicante, Espaņa which is ...
... which unlike New York have context and space to be seen properly, Chicago also seems to lack the tension and aggression you find in The Big Apple. I only had time for a River Cruise and a trip to the top of the Sears Tower, The northern hemisphere's (here we go again) highest building. The Sears is officially called something else now, (The Willis Tower) but the locals will only use Sears. Standing on the 103rd floor you can see all the places i have just ...
in Beijing. Hence, I'm now posting on a site that appears to be
functional, but worst case scenario I'm forced to find some one to
relay these entries through via email, or simply post them all once I
get back. While this blog is a notable challenge, being cut off from
our digital society is a throwback to the olden days of studying
abroad. The original Rhodes Scholars didn't have Skype dates, if
anything they were lucky if letters could ...
... marvelous in keeping me afloat up until now, but I can't keep taking money from others as an adult. Summer school will be starting soon, and I plan on paying everyone back once I'm on my feet and making those big teacher bucks.
The next few weeks will be crucial in deciding my plans. I'll try my best to keep you all updated on how things are going. In the mean time, does anyone know someone in need of a kidney? Plane tickets to China are expensive...
... in the study of Chinese culture and history for years and truly need to see it in person. The average American knows China for its artistic writing, its food, and the occasional martial arts film. That can only get you so far in a global economy, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't watch Enter the Dragon. As China and the United States are growing heavily dependent on each other economically, the cultural collide that's ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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