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Europe (?)

  $40…. One Eurail pass….One best friend…2 weeks…..Amsterdam, Prague, Berlin Christmas with new friends from Tunisia, New Years with a lovely human Emily and scary fireworks. Bliss.  

New Delhi Layover

No, I can’t be happy. But I can try to be free Only know the best in life when you’ve felt misery The worst to think is death Why we’re all afraid But life goes on and on Love is here to stay  

24 Hours in Bangkok

Originally posted on ISA Study Abroad Student Blog:
Natalie Schunk is a student at Grand Valley State University and an ISA Photo Blogger. She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Bangkok, Thailand. 7 AM – Wake up at Green Park Home to get ready for class before having  breakfast: rice soup with…

Angkor Wat: an Empty, Hidden Treasure

Some depressing poetry to fit the mood of this beautiful, ancient place that was abandoned after Buddhists took power in Cambodia. This bus window reminds me of Los Angeles, of dodging people dried out by drugs and the sun, drunk wanderings and eating Thai food. Arguments, lots of them, about

Hopsin: Savageville Tour Comes to San Diego

Originally posted on Victoria Moorwood:
This show was crazy. It was unlike any other show I’ve ever reviewed, mainly because of the uniquely high level of interaction between Hopsin and the audience. He brought three volunteers on stage who claimed they could rap a verse of his classic Sag My…

How to: Enjoy North-Western Thailand

A Memorial Paying Tribute to Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Pai After living in Salaya (the suburbs that stretch west of Bangkok near Mahidol University) for quite some time, nature has been a pretty foreign concept. On our travels, my roommate and I heard of a remote destination called Cave Lod

Music & Art Throughout Western Europe: A Guest Post

  The following is a guest post by Victoria (you can follow her blog here). Music & Art Throughout Western Europe The exquisite architecture of Paris, France I recently traveled through France, Italy, Spain, and England. Backpacking, touring, and living in large cities and rural towns exposed me to the

Veganism: a Comparison Between Thailand and America

Rainy dinner, Chinatown, Bangkok Thailand: the land of smiles and flavours. In any given meal, a Thai tongue seeks to taste salty, savory, sweet, and sour all at the same time. Markets offer fresh fruit and vegetables (what a novelty compared to the GMO-ridden produce of the United States), as

Circles Spinning

*A piece of nonfiction creative writing about my time in India* Circles Spinning Bry Ulrick A late night, my bags are packed, tomorrow I’ll be gone. Can’t sleep while I think about how we build up time like a dam, yet let it leak- my soul craves movement, and my

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