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Incredible India


Kerala, India We arrived to the Port of Kochin on March 6 and stayed for five days. The port is located in Kerala, a state in southwestern India. Kerala is one of the most progressive states in India. It’s literacy … Continue reading

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Photos from the Mekong Delta, South Vietnam


Maja and I ready for adventure in our new hats. Two young boys making crafts. Vietnamese woman paddling through the river in the Mekong Delta. View of the Mekong Delta from the river boats. Maja with the honey bees. Our … Continue reading

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Homestay in South Vietnam


There is so much that I can say about my week in Vietnam, but only one experience stands out. Maja, Ammie, Case and I shared the same feelings about spending more time in another city. Ho Chi Minh is less … Continue reading

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Shop ‘Til You Drop, Then Get Up & Dance


Ask me what I did in Hong Kong… I rode escalators and walked through shopping malls. Okay, so that’s not all that I did, but it about sums it up. We were only in Hong Kong for almost two days, … Continue reading

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Čao, prelepi ljudi


“Hello, beautiful people.” And beautiful they are. I’ve met so many on this voyage so far and Maja is certainly one of them. She’s from Serbia and studies international relations at an American university in Greece. She wants to become … Continue reading

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Photos from Shanghai


The computer in the library displays our location. The red and black marker shows that we reached Shanghai, China. The view from the 100th floor of the Shanghai World Financial “bottle opener” building. We are about 460 meters above the … Continue reading

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Shanghai


We arrived in Shanghai on Sun. Jan 3. Only two days had passed since we left Japan. For the most part, I slept and went to class, but I could have used an extra day to restore my energy and … Continue reading

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Last Day in Kobe


Last lunch in Japan. Tuna sashimi, rice, miso soup, broccoli, pickled vegetables and tea. Cultural stereotype toe socks. Peace. View from the Port of Kobe outside the MV Explorer.

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Last Day in Kobe


Last lunch in Japan. Tuna sashimi, rice, miso soup, broccoli, pickled vegetables and tea. Cultural stereotype toe socks. Peace. View from the Port of Kobe outside the MV Explorer.

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Kyoto


Solid ground. Tree pose outside of the Imperial Palace. The east gate of the Imperial Palace. Kinkaku-ji (the Golden Temple). I read that a young priest burned the first temple down because he believed the flames would make it be … Continue reading

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