First time I went to New Zealand I compared its mountains to the rolling hills in Scotland. First time I went to Morocco I compared its deserts to the South-West of the United States. Well now I’m spending part of the summer in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and already I think I see some resemblances. For … More Have we met before?
For anyone who is studying abroad or considering it (seriously make it happen, you’ll wish you did!) you might have explored the worldwide web/Pinterest in search for a good packing list of a seasoned traveler or of another student who previously studied abroad in your future home-away-from-home. The trouble I’ve found with those searches is … More Study Abroad 101: Packing for a Muslim Country
One thing I know going into Morocco for study abroad to be true is that the main language over there is Arabic and French, both that I am not fluent (or the slightest bit conversational) in. Even though I took French growing up, I switched to focus on German in high school and continued with … More It’s all Greek– I mean Arabic to me