For those who have been diligently following the narrative, you know the story of the refugee crisis at least as far back as a few months, if not longer. Even those who have only been following since it made world-news headlines have a background of at least a week. The refugee crisis happening to Europe … Continue reading They Don’t Even Go Here!
I’ll explain the title later, but if you know anything about UNC Charlotte, you know already that any kind of duck, goose, or swan, while they may be pretty, have the souls of a demon and a hunger for nothing less than living human flesh. But lets start at the beginning! This past week was … Continue reading Swans are A-holes
Day .5 I finally arrived! After about 11 hours total time sitting in the plane, I finally made it to the port city of Hamburg! I hate flying, mostly because I am on the taller side of the average man, and airplanes are not typically made for anyone over the height of your average garden … Continue reading Hamburg, Day 1.5, Dinner With a View
Hello everyone! Or should I say, Guten Tag! Allow me to introduce myself; I’m the best friend. You’ve probably seen plenty of me on previous blog posts through Kristina and I’s many escapades around the world, but if you for some reason have chosen to just start reading at this post, stop reading, go read … Continue reading Seperation Anxiety
We have three or four Germans in the AIESEC program here in Ibague, and we have seven or eight Americans. Today, America faced Germany in the World Cup, so we all gathered to watch it and root for our respective teams! I didn’t leave without my trusty American flag bandanna and silver/blue eyeshadow: And we … Continue reading Vamos America!