Amid finals and writing the longest research paper ever, I decided to start packing up my room for the summer. I took down probably my favorite piece of wall decor ever: my map with all the little pins from places I’ve been. It’s bittersweet taking it down because even though I won’t get to look at it, I’ll be in the process of adding new pins to it. One month from now I’ll be leaving for my third(!) study abroad trip. Asia this time, my fourth continent! I’m so grateful that what I love studying allows me to experience other cultures and histories. It’s so important to put yourself outside your comfort zone and learn from your experiences. You think I’m ready for the culture shock? 😅
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Advertisements on the buildings in Ximen District of Taipei, Taiwan. This is an awesome place to go hang out. There is much amazing food, shopping, and other activities here.
🇺🇸Our latest trip to Seattle was amazing.
This city is probably one of the best places to live. They have everything you may wish for right around the corner. The city, the nature, the coffee… Yet one thing is stopping me from moving there - rain and clouds up to 200 days a year.
What about you? Do you like rain?☔️
🇷🇺Наша последняя поездка в Сиэтл была невероятной.
Пожалуй, один из лучших городов для жизни. У них есть все о чем только можно подумать. Сам город, природа вокруг, кофе… Но одно меня останавливает от переезда - дожди и пасмурная погода до 200 дней в году.
А как у вас? Любите дождь?☔️
I've been to France many times but have never visited the lavender fields in person. Partly because when I lived there in Aix-en-Provence I had no idea they existed so close by (😱😱) but primarily because I've rarely been in the south during the summer, when they begin their blooming (another 😱😱). Well, that's changing this year and look out for this picture in July...but I'll be in it! 💜💜💜 This stunning shot is courtesy of @samzln_photography and I found it on @rural_love . Both two accounts featuring incredible places! 🇫🇷 💜✈️❤️