Two years ago, I took a semester off from school and decided I wanted to study abroad. It was the quickest process I’d ever been through. I decided, called, applied, boarded plane, arrived. Seriously so simple, I didn’t want to lose time thinking about whether or not It was a good idea. And I’m so glad I didn’t. I’ve never looked back. Studying abroad was the best decision I’d made in my time in college. Over the summer I had attended a two-week study abroad to Paris for culinary school. While my time there, I had a host family in which I became incredibly close… View Post

We arrived to the beautiful island of Willemstad, Curaçao and it was the most fun I’ve had on my trip. As we arrived we had to time to walk some of the shopping stores. It was New Year’s Eve so most of the shops closed early around 2:00 pm, therefore, we only got to window shop. We took a short bus ride to Cabana Beach Resort where we got to hang out by the beach, eat a delicious shrimp lunch and shop.  After lunch, we headed over to our ATV’s with the group and began our adventure (booked with Scooby Tours they were awesome). Who would think running over… View Post

It’s safe to say Aruba is by far my favorite island visited. Although we arrived and had to go straight to our jeep safari tour, we still saw most of Aruba. We booked jeep’s from ABC Tours and went off-roading to all of Aruba’s hidden attractions. I would totally recommend booking an excursion with them. On my excursion, we visited the Donkey Sanctuary, Ayo Rock Formation, California Lighthouse, Blackstone Beach, Twin Bridges, World Famous Baby Beach, Boca Grandi, and Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins. Here are some fun facts I learned while on my trip: Aruba is only 19 miles long They speak several languages in… View Post