Reading week has come along so quickly. This means we are half way through the term over here in a England and I feel my heart slowly filling with sadness. I can't imagine leaving all my friends here and this beautiful university. Although, a small part of me is excited to be home in time … Continue reading Oh what a life…
Three trains, two ubers, one flight, and we made it. France was right before our eyes. Just like that, it felt so instantaneous. I couldn’t believe where my feet were walking, it was foreign to them but felt like home. My eyes were attached to the scenery before them, but it all felt so customary. … Continue reading Nîmes, Oh Nîmes
Today, I went to London. I discovered the Museum of Natural History with a group of friends from my Uni. We wondered around for hours, laughing, pointing, and having a great time. Fun fact: museums in London are FREE! Hence, the walking around for hours and laughing. College students and free go hand-in-hand in our … Continue reading A glimpse of uncomfortability
Walking outside my room, down the stairs, and looking up to breathe-taking architecture each, and every morning Meeting two girls a decade older than myself and having incredible conversation that ended with drinks at the pub Playing soccer with an entire British team Being welcomed by the Vegan Society Becoming incredibly close friends with two … Continue reading Moments
Am I dreaming? It is September 17, 2017. I am in Egham, England at Royal Holloway University of London. *pinches self* This is real. This is really happening. It is Day two of my exchange program and I am already speechless. The campus is gorgeous. The diversity here is unbelievable. I keep looking up at the … Continue reading Am I Dreaming?
Tori Thibault is a University of Florida student studying abroad during Fall 2017 in Egham, England. To learn more about Tori's program, click here: University of Aberdeen. What is your year and academic concentration? I am a Psychology major going into my senior year. Have you traveled abroad before? If so, where and for what … Continue reading Tori: Autumn in Egham