My study abroad experience was AMAZINGGGG, definitely the fastest 4 months of my life. I met a lot of awesome people, and it was sooo hard to leave. I wish I had been blogging consistantly throughout the 4 months, so I wouldn’t have to sum up my entire experience in one blog post :/ so to spare you from having to read the longest blog post ever. I’m going to sum up my abroad adventures with a bunch of pictures and brief highlights….here I go!:
London Highlights: Buckingham Palace/ Big Ben/ Seeing places where Harry Potter was filmed/ meeting my cousins for the first time/ meeting up with childhood friend/ post-olympic decorations still up/ stumbling across a random carnival.
Switzerland Highlights: Skydiving/Hiking the Swiss Alps/ Renting a car/ Trying authentic Swiss Beer/ Visiting Interlaken, Grindelwald, and Geneva all in one weekend/ Drinking fresh water from a random cool log thingy in the woods.
Belgium Highlights: Seeing the Manneken Pis/ Eating in the Atomium/ Visiting mini Europe/ Meeting a travel buddy (a handsome one at that Lol)
Italy Highlights: 1st Couchsurfing experience/ Best ravioli everrrr/ Trevi Fountain/ Colosseum/pantheon/ Vatican/Sistine Chapel.
Our Couchsurfer invited us to his friends birthday dinner, where we got a 3 course authentic italian meal! They were the sweetest and funnest people ever!
Couchsurfer showing us his “herb” collection that he grows himself lol.
Barcelona: Meeting Couchsurfer and getting to mess around with his DJ equipment and sharing our love for reggae music/ The architecture/ Sagrada Familia/ Halloween party.
Amsterdam Highlights: Making new friends/ Heineken Museum/ Getting pickpocketed while being on public transportation for less than 3 minutes -__- ( not a good highlight lol)/ Visiting our friends dance class/ Medieval Torture museum (it was actually one of the most interesting museums i’ve visited.
Germany: Staying with my friend and her family (they were awesome!)/ Christmas market/ going to a kickback at her friends house/ Climbing 500 steps at Kolner Dom/ Eating authentic German food, and German beer.
Last but not least CANNES! It’s impossible to put my experience studying abroad in Cannes in a few quick highlights. The last 4 months were the funnest 4 months of my life, whether it was going to the beach on the french riviera everyday, partying every night for weeks straight, making friends with students from all over the world, living with the best host mom on the planet that cooked the BEST food; I definitely chose the best place in France to study abroad!
Shout out to my host moms!
A bientôt europe!!!