Hi y'all! I am sorry this post is almost two weeks late. Last week was a little busy for me with school and I fell ill, unfortunately. All is swell now and I hope you are ready for pretty cool update on life. https://flic.kr/p/2aUXVmW Two weekends ago, September 28- October 1st, I attended Oktoberfest in … Continue reading Prostin’ and München: Oktoberfest
Henlooo from Studenterhuset, my favorite coffee shop in the center of Copenhagen, which is where I spend most of my time studying/being productive when I need a change of scenery from the usual campus environment. Studenterhuset is a student run coffee shop catered to University of Copenhagen and neighboring university students, but also turns into … Continue reading Copenhanging Out
First and foremost, my trip has been wild from start to finish. Friday morning I woke up at 4:43 AM to Jordan breaking and entering into my container to wake me up for our bus to the airport that left at 5:00 AM. OF COURSE, I hadn’t packed yet. So imagine two frantic girls sprinting … Continue reading A Weekend in Catalonia… or Spain?
Part II: Rise and Shine!! Friday morning at 6am Jordan and I embarked on our first of five trip, Eurorail journey! We got on a train to Oslo, Norway! Prior to getting to Europe we decided to travel by train for most of our trips because that was the old fashioned, traditional way of travel. … Continue reading Part II: The Land of Many Vikings and Even More Fjords, Norway!!
Greetings from Copenhagen!! Currently sitting in quaint coffeeshop with my cappuccino in hand and ready to share (almost) everything about my experiences so far. Buckle up y'all, I have many tales to share. Saturday, August 18, I departed from Miami on my way to Vienna, Austria where I spent nine days with my cousins and … Continue reading My First Two Weeks Abroad
Hello all!! I am writing this two part blog post on the train back from Norway! I have had a pretty crazy week in the best ways possible, I’ve got lots to share with y’all. Last Sunday my friend Jordan (gator engineer/global gator too), her two roommates (from the Netherlands and Germany), and I drove … Continue reading Part I: Getting Situated
Sara Eghtessadi is a University of Florida student studying abroad during the Fall of 2018 in Lyngby, Denmark. To learn more about Sara's program, click here: Technical University of Denmark. What is your year and academic concentration? I am a third year Environmental Engineering student, on a pre med track. I am also from Miami, FL. Have … Continue reading Sara: Fall in Lyngby
After the greatest four months of my life, I'm back in Gainesville, and the adjustment is hard for me at best. I'm struggling a lot more than I thought I would- there was nothing to prepare me for all of these negative emotions. Having traveled overseas before my semester abroad, the worst part of readjusting … Continue reading all good things end
Hey there gators! When you think of Louisiana you are probably imagining Cajun food, Mardi Gras, and New Orleans. That is not what I am talking about though, I am picturing nice weather in Copenhagen, art, and fresh flowers all around. The temperatures have hit the 70s and 80s and it doesn’t get dark until … Continue reading I took a trip to Louisiana, the one in Denmark
Well, it turns out that finals week exists abroad, and it's just as stressful in Europe as it is in the States. I wrote a post about combatting my stress on my personal blog, you can find it here! https://www.instagram.com/p/Bhup7-1HMLr/?taken-by=littlemanes I've been doing so much traveling recently, it's hard to get back in the groove … Continue reading (actually studying) abroad