Adventures in Spain

I have now been in Barcelona for a week and a half and it has already been one of the best experiences of my life. I have already begun to make some incredible memories with friends. We may have only known each other for not even two weeks but it has been a blast getting... Continue Reading →

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“The Tourist” – Message to Bears

Today, we woke up and ate breakfast at the B&B, where they had an array of fruits and eggs to order. I tried passion fruit for the first time and loved it! After breakfast, we went to the conference room to meet with our first speaker, Dr. Hein, a geology professor. I loved hearing about... Continue Reading →

Travel Destinations in Japan

If you’re heading to Japan and you’re planning on doing some traveling outside of your host city, here are some places that I highly recommend visiting! Nagasaki Bio Park (Nagasaki): For the animal lovers out there, the bio-park is the perfect place to visit. It’s basically an interactive zoo, which I guess just makes it... Continue Reading →

Preparing to go to Japan

For any of you who are planning on studying abroad in Japan, here is some stuff that I learned before and during my trip that might help you to prepare for your time abroad! Electrical Outlets: Not every country has the same kind of electrical outlet, but thankfully Japan has a very similar electrical outlet... Continue Reading →

Share your Experience Abroad!

Howdy Aggies! The Texas A&M Study Abroad Programs Office is launching a new student blog featuring YOUR voices, experiences, stories, travel tips and recommendations! We are looking for students from ALL majors participating on ANY abroad experience whether that is a Texas A&M study abroad program, an affiliate provider program, or an independent research or... Continue Reading →

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