These are great.
These are great.
Rome, to be specific, and it was pretty awesome. No, I’m not catholic and no I didn’t go see the pope. But I did see ruins and old buildings that are more ancient than well… dirt. And some pretty cool scenery, an ice bar, some people from Paris tripping off molly. Got a sore throat I’m still recovering from, learned some even more ridiculous ways Ryanair may rip you off and crossed another country off of my bucket list.
Check out the SITES:
Midnight in Rome
But most importantly got to see my brother who I haven’t seen since February!
My trip went well, at least I think so…
OH AND DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUT MY SHORT STORIES! AT The Personnes Noires
This is how it went:
As you probably have noticed by now I am studying abroad in Mannheim, Germany for this semester. My only regret? Not deciding to stay longer, but it has given me hope into furthering my education in Europe (where I won’t have to sell a kidney to do so). Anyway, because I am an economics student and the work here is unbelievably intense at times I haven’t had much free time so the minute I got the chance to I went somewhere. I chose London as my first stop on my European adventure, and even though circumstances had it that I went I alone. I wouldn’t have it any other way it was wonderful! I saw so many things met some really amazing people and stayed in a world class hostel. seriously I’ve heard horror stories about hostels, but look at this place!
-> Honestly I took hundreds of photos here are a few of them though. You can check out my Facebook for the rest !
ON THE TUBE:
OXFORD STREET, WHICH IS LIKE THE MECCA OF SHOPPING
RAINY COSMOPOLITAN LOOKING STREET IN LONDON
BIG BEN: instagrammed out the bad weather…
Only for a few months though. You can breath!
I will be studying abroad (something I was dead set on not doing since I was sure it’d cost too much) in a city about an hour south of Frankfurt, Germany called Mannheim. I’ll be attending the University of Mannheim, apparently this school is the number one business & Economics school in Germany (pretty cool yeah?). I’m looking forward to all of the travelling I intend to do and I will post as many pictures as I can while I am there.
I’m really nervous because I speak no German, I understand little words here or there but it still will be very nerve wracking to live in a place where I won’t know a single thing they’re saying. I’m up for the challenge though. So far I know the basics. Which doesn’t even begin to touch what I should probably know. But, I’m ready to jump right in ! … I think (hah!)
*Photo from Google of the University of Mannheim