When I accepted my position with Harlaxton over a year ago, one of my friends skipped the congratulations and immediately said he was coming to see me while I worked here. A couple of months later, two more from the same friend group said they were following suit. At the time, I really didn’t believe… Read More Four Hands
The first time I stepped foot on foreign soil was in 2014. I was about to board a ship in Southampton to begin Semester at Sea. I got off the plane and became completely senseless when I found myself in Heathrow Airport, which is pretty much larger than my hometown. I spent the next few days in… Read More The Same London, the Different Traveler
August 23, 2014 I’M. ON. THE. SHIP. I checked out of my hotel in London this morning and took the bus to Heathrow airport. There, I took the Heathrow Express to the main terminal (yes, the airport was so big that it had trains to transport people from place to place). Upon arrival I checked… Read More Bon Voyage!
First of all let me just go on and say it… LONDON IS AWESOME! Now that that’s out of the way, let me tell you some things I’ve learned in the last two days. 1. Heathrow Airport is about the size of my entire county. To be honest, lugging my bags around it was not… Read More Keep Calm and London On
Have I mentioned that I’ve never flown before? Like, ever. I am now writing this from 36,000 feet above the Atlantic. We’re about 400 miles from London. 400 miles may seem like a lot, but considering the distance we’ve traveled, it’s really not. So what has my first flying experience been like? Well, I had… Read More I’ll Fly Away