A Stop in Mauritius

I want to say this was the most amazing place I’ve ever been to, but I find myself wanting to say that every time I leave a new port, so I’ll have to come up with something else! But Mauritius really did surprise me. I hadn’t really heard much about the country before so I … Continue reading A Stop in Mauritius

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Entering the Southern Hemisphere

https://www.flickr.com/photos/142346849@N06/44291508125/in/dateposted-public/ WE HAVE OFFICIALLY CROSSED THE EQUATOR!! I kind of expected there to be boats driving around blasting off fireworks or something a little more dramatic, but the fact that we even crossed it is thrilling enough for me. This is my first time in the Southern Hemisphere if you can’t tell. https://www.flickr.com/photos/142346849@N06/30264083407/in/dateposted-public/ Semester at … Continue reading Entering the Southern Hemisphere

4 Days in a Remote Village

https://www.flickr.com/photos/142346849@N06/31328742028/in/dateposted-public/ Ghana was probably the most memorable four days of my life. Filled with tears, laughter, joy, I can’t even begin to describe all the emotions I experienced. We arrived in Tema, Ghana and hopped onto a bus headed towards a small village called Senase in the northern part of Ghana. I participated in a … Continue reading 4 Days in a Remote Village

Christina: Fall Semester at Sea

Christina Mouttet is a University of Florida student studying abroad during the Fall of 2018 with Semester at Sea.  To learn more about Christina's program, click here: Semester at Sea. What is your year and academic concentration? I am a third-year majoring in public relations with a concentration in Spanish. Have you traveled abroad before? If … Continue reading Christina: Fall Semester at Sea