This past weekend, I traveled to Vienna, Austria. I had planned this trip before I even got to Copenhagen (something I do not recommend!!!)(I worked out all the details after the program at DIS started). This trip was emotional and short, but I am so happy I got to go. My great grandfather had lived… Continue reading Vienna
DISCLAIMER: I will not be writing about the social aspect of my trip to Greenland. That will be in another post when I synthesize those feelings into coherent words. It's been difficult to find words that feel right to describe my long study tour. In my Russian tutoring session today I broke it down to… Continue reading Greenland in words
Kangerlussuaq HarborKangerlussuaq HarborLake FergusonRussell GlacierRussell GlacierRussell GlacierRussell GlacierAncient Moraine lakesPoint 660Glacier IceGlacier IceA meltwater cavernSlot CanyonsPoint 660Blackridge MountainBlackridge MountainBlackridge MountainBlackridge MountainSome photos I took in Kangerlussuaq Greenland!
Dis hosts some amazing events for students, this time it was free tickets to a football match! (the European kind, not American) I have only been to a handful of professional sports games, two hockey and one soccer, so this was a familiar atmosphere BUT my roommate had never been to one! it was so… Continue reading DIS Adventures: FCK v Silkeborg
Finally I am here in DK! It's still so surreal. I had not slept for over 24 hours when I finally landed in Copenhagen and I was very very tired, but my host dad came to pick me up and we went to my new home. This country is so beautiful and my mouth was… Continue reading Hej Danmark! 🇩🇰