3 Myths about Studying Abroad in Buenos Aires

Myth 1: Studying Abroad in Buenos Aires is like Studying Abroad in Europe I have heard many people describe Buenos Aires as the Paris of South America, but I do not think this description is fitting. Though the European influences are apparent in the architecture and cuisine of the city, Buenos Aires definitely has its…

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Pre-España

You know how people say that if something is meant to be, everything will work itself out in the end? From personal experience I can confirm that this is completely true. As I sit in the airport awaiting my (delayed) flight to Oviedo, I can’t help but feel extremely grateful and blessed to have such…

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My First Month in Buenos Aires

I can hardly believe that I have been abroad for a little over a month now. I arrived on June 22 in Buenos Aires to take a month of Intensive Spanish. I would definitely recommend taking this course because it puts the language into context in Argentina. If you ask a local, they would tell…

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Chau Chau

I have now completed a full semester abroad which included an intensive Spanish class (that I did not need but needed the credits) and a course with locals which was not necessary as I stayed an extra month JUST for that one final I am completely ready to return to the states. I still believe…

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5.5 Months and 16 Countries Later…

The last 5 and half months have been nothing but incredible. While taking a full semester of classes at Queen Mary University of London and working towards my Biochemistry major, I had the opportunity to travel to 15 different countries besides England (Slovakia, France, Italy, Monaco, Iceland, Ireland, Poland, Greece, the Netherlands, Spain, Luxembourg, Germany…

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Preparing for Studying Abroad in Buenos Aires (ISA)

As my time in the United States comes to a close, I feel as if time is at a stand still. The fact that I am leaving in a few days hasn’t sunk in yet, even though I have spent the last few months preparing for this experience. I am studying abroad with ISA and…

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The Finale

I can not believe that I am back home in Nepal writing my final blog post. The last 6 months have been a complete roller coaster ride, to say the least. Like everything in life, you only appreciate what you have until it is taken away from you! Looking back, although I felt like I…

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Spain vs. Sweden European Cup Qualifier Match

  Spain hosted Sweden on June 11th, 2019 at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid for a Group F EURO 2020 qualifying match. Growing up playing, watching, and being a fan of Spanish football, I knew that there was no way I would go on to miss this match. It has always been a dream…

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Museo de arqueologia

Within my first three weeks of being in Madrid , I decided to go with a group to the National Archaeological Museum. I was very excited for this particular museum because I have always had a love for the history of both art, as well as other key parts of the foundation of Spain. This…

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Weekend in Candelario

My favorite group experience of the Verano Español trip was our excursion to Candelario. Candelario is located in the mountainous province of Salamanca and is a very historic location. I enjoyed the man-made streams that ran on the sides of the cobblestone streets along with the drinkable natural spring water constantly flowing through Candelario’s fountains….

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