Ahh everyone’s favorite game! I did my own lil 21 questions of Australia featuring some of my amazing friends that I met at Sydney Uni this semester. This video was a blast to make, but more importantly(!!) it has helped me gather ideas in preparation for when my parents, grandparents, aunts/uncles, and all my other relatives ask me wellll over 21 questions about Australia over Christmas break. Thank you to everyone who let me interview them, and hopefully you’ll get a kick out of their candid responses!! I’m really going to miss these people and my TimTams....I’ll be sure to stock up on a bunch to bring back to the States with me.
It was a Wednesday morning, bleary and drizzling, in the center of Meknes, Morocco, a city full of orange trees (don't pick them; they taste like lemons), and we were all slouched in a classroom, learning Moroccan Arabic.
I have officially lived in Berlin for a week, so now that the jetlag has worn off, I’m awake enough to write my next post. Before boarding the plane a week ago, I had so many worries running through my head. What if my luggage is lost?
Somehow, my time in Quito has ended already, and even though a month in a foreign city seems like quite a long time, it never is enough. Luckily, the time flew so fast because I could not have filled it with more adventures and activities.