Mount Emei (峨嵋山)

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Last week we had Chinese National Holiday! In other words, no school for a week 🤘🏼. Over the week my biggest adventure was going to Mount Emei (峨嵋山). Me and five of my other classmates started this journey at 5:30 on Monday morning. We had a local friend help us buy bus tickets online. On […]

Towers, Temples and Food!

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Hey everyone, so the past few weeks have been a huge culture shock to say the least. The last time I posted I claimed I was going to Meguro, which I did, but I went to Tokyo Tower as well. The experience at Tokyo Tower was amazing. When I was going up to not only […]

Adventurezzz

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  Recent adventures: 1. Fishing at a random pond on the outskirts of the city (everyone caught fish except me😢) 2. View from Tianfu square (Center of Chengdu) 3. Night out clubbing (details not approved by my manager🤷🏼‍♂️) 4. Cool scenic area outside the city (reminds me of the turtle island from avatar 💧🔥⛰💨) 5. […]

CRAVE the unexpected

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After a crazy first few weeks I feel like I am started to get more settled in. I don’t have to ask as many questions and don’t feel as timid. I’m starting to not just expect the unexpected but CRAVE the unexpected. Everyday i learn something new about the culture. Wednesday I learned that when […]

Las Carrers de Valencia

It always amazes me the amount that you can accomplish in one weekend. I mean, some weekends you feel like wow, that felt amazing to waste two complete days. Other weekends you get less sleep than during the weekdays. This weekend was one of those.  This last weekend, I made a trip to Valencia, Spain. […]

Keeltekool = Language school

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It’s hard to believe that I’m at the end of my first month… It feels like no time has passed at all and I’m still settling into classes and remembering to buy groceries, yet also like I’ve been living in Tallinn for ages and the easy friendship with other exchange students has been the work […]

Divine feminine energy

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So, now that I have been in India for about two months, I haven’t really explained to you guys what I’m doing here or where I really live. I go to Amrita University and I am currently doing a project on water sanitation and alongside that I take some really cool science classes. In a […]