Endless laughter and smiles with fellow Fulbrighters in unbelievably amazing parts of Brazil. -Watch in HD-Read more "2016: June • PART II"
Feeling like I’m on another planet adventuring with fellow Fulbrighters and friends in the Northeast of Brazil. -Watch in HD-Read more "2016: May"
Prancing around Alagoas during my birthday month. -Watch in HD-Read more "2016: March"
Vacation well spent traveling home to NJ, and then right back to Colombia (Cartagena and Manizales). -Watch in HD-Read more "Not B’quilla Take One"
Holy Week on the Caribbean coast of Colombia.Read more "Semana Santa"
Being a practical packer is a skill you develop after learning to take just what you need. Moving abroad meant packing for ten months, and being reasonable with what I think I’ll need to bring and what I’ll be able to buy in country. Upon my arrival, I actively sought out these necessary items on […]Read more "The First Things I Bought in Colombia"
Being back from our Central America trip doesn’t mean we have to stop blogging about it right?! Here are some preeetty funny, insightful, silly, and ridiculous things that we said during our time abroad. We hope you laugh, think, wonder, and wander while reading them. Also, enjoy the picture below, for it is priceless. KB: […]Read more "From Brain To Mouth: KB & codea Edition"
We miss being abroad. We’d re-live all of these moments in a hot sec: 1. The bus driving away with our backpacks and passports on it. And us engaging in a bus chase with a taxi. 2. Leaving our passports in the first hostel we stayed in in Nicaragua. 3. Christine chased a Nicaraguan kid […]Read more "Nicaragua & Costa Rica: Top 10 Most Ridiculous Things That Really Happened"
We received travel vouchers for successfully completing our Peer Mentor internships with API, and we used them to purchase our flights. We booked them in October after continuously searching for flights to anywhere. We decided on Costa Rica because we had heard wonderful things from #hAPI study abroad students – we added Nicaragua in because, […]Read more "Travel is Relative"
Why do you wear pants in 90 degree weather? Why are we the only ones sweating? How do you know when to cross the street? Why can’t you open cab doors from the inside? How do you feel about foreigners? Why does it say ‘alto’ instead of ‘para’ on the stop signs? Do you just […]Read more "Questions We Have For Nicaragua"