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Visiting Incan Territory

I’ve had friends that studied abroad in Peru. I’ve known people who are from Peru, I’ve heard a lot of great things about it, and I’ve always been fascinated with the Incas and their wonders. The next stop in the itinerary was Peru. I was so excited because I was[…]

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Election Results on the Ship

November 28th We were all sheltered, or as some like to say, confined. Out of sight out of mind. Only until it came into sight and plastered our faces with it. An “oppressed” minority that supports hate came to rise, and all of a sudden demanded every space, and every[…]

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Pura Vida en Costa Rica

I can’t believe we’re finally in the last port of our voyage in Costa Rica and in 10 days I’ll be home. This voyage has gone by so fast and I’m so sad that it’s close to its end. It felt like we were in Greece yesterday. It also feels[…]

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Seasickness and Homesickness while on SAS

I’ve been on the ship for over 3 months and I have only recently experienced seasickness and homesickness. While they are different I have found the similarities Since embarkation and through out the voyage I have heard of people experiencing both but I couldn’t relate until now. In the middle[…]

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Peru: Incas, Machu Picchu & More!

November 26, 2016 Before I began the voyage, everyone would ask me which country I was looking forward to the most. One of the countries that I would mention was Peru because I’ve always wanted to see Machu Picchu ever since I learned about it in my Spanish class during[…]

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Ship Life

Diversity Abroad Blog 5 ShipLife At my home university I am in three organizations on top of being a full time student and working almost 30 hours a week. My schedule was always packed but I liked that my time was always filled and I wasn’t wasting my life away[…]

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