Dropping a Pin: 3 Months Later

It’s been nearly six months since I boarded that plane to go to Chile. Six months since the wheels lifted off American soil and landed in a foreign country. Six months since I started an incredible semester-long adventure that would change my entire life.


Study Abroad: The After

It’s been three weeks since I left Chile. It’s taken me quite some time to process just how influential this trip has been on my life. I’m going to do my best and break it down for you. But I’m finding it difficult to begin to explain how many things I’ve learned on this trip. The life lessons are irreplaceable and some of the most valuable information I know.

Santiago Study Abroad: Vol. 7

The biggest trip planned for our semester abroad is undoubtedly Patagonia. It is saved for the very end of the semester and the nine-day-long trip is packed full of amazing activities. It would take ages for me to go into detail and explain every step of the trip so instead I’ll give you a highlight reel of this incredible excursion.

Santiago Study Abroad: Vol. 6

When we booked our trip to Easter Island, we knew we wouldn't have very much time there. Flights to and from the island only happen once a day and since we waited until we arrived in Chile to plan our trip, our choices were very limited. That being said, we certainly made the most of our 36 hours on the island and it was without a doubt the best day and a half of my life.

Santiago Study Abroad: Vol. 5

My last few posts have been few and far between. While I am sorry for that, there is definitely a reason behind it. These past couple of weeks have been non-stop and it's not going to be slowing down anytime soon. In the few off days we had before Easter Island, about half of our group took two day trips to Valparaíso, Viña del Mar, and Isla Negra. This is the saga of an exhausting yet rewarding 48 hours.