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20 Nov | Kali Antram | One Comment

Return to Reality- Kind Of…

After having an amazing week traveling around, it was hard to get back into school mode. Thankfully, Shannon and I planned a last minute weekend to look forward to! We planned a weekend trip to London! In London we walked around the parks surrounding Buckingham Palace and explored some of the shopping venues around town. …

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20 Nov | Anapurl Feldman | No Comments

Into the Abyss

Wake up call: This week is Thanksgiving. Next is the last week of classes. The following few days mark the end of the program and mass exodus off the island (and the country). Following that I will be in Morocco for a week, scraping into Boston just in time for Christmas. I guess, long story …

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13 Nov | Anapurl Feldman | One Comment

Naxos

This past weekend we traveled to the beautiful Naxos, renowned for its Venetician architecture and sloping mountains. We arrived in Naxos Town on Saturday morning, braving the windswept waves as they washed over the sidewalk. Greeting us as we exited the ferry was the Portara, remnants of a Temple of Apollo. All that rests there …

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3 Nov | Kali Antram | One Comment

Dublin Week 6

This week we had an uneventful, yet fun, week in Dublin. One of our tours was postponed because of not one, but two hurricanes that blew over Ireland. Ireland has not had any hurricanes in 56 years! And then two in one week! It was also my first experience with hurricanes of any kind, since …

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3 Nov | Anapurl Feldman | No Comments

Split Between City and Mountains

As promised, after three days in Dubrovnik, it came time to bus-hop a slow zipzag to Split, another age-old city in  Croatia. Much like Dubrovnik, Split is nestled around maternally protective mountains, by the coast, with architecture hundreds of years old. We stayed inside the walls of what was once Diocletian’s Palace, made for the …

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23 Oct | Anapurl Feldman | No Comments

Surprise– Croatia!

Tomorrow will be the official halfway point of the semester, my sixth week floating over the Aegean Sea. To celebrate this new checkpoint (reality check: mid semester break), HISA planned an optional trip to Croatia, spending three days in Dubrovnik and three in Split. After a four hour ferry ride, an hour bus ride, a …

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