Having explored quite a bit of the western world, I've been hoping to travel somewhere east for many years now. In fact, I even wrote in my 2018 goals that I was planning to travel somewhere "east of Poland". My mum had been looking to work in India for a week with her company for quite some time, so when my university said they were running an intercultural program in New Delhi, we decided to make a holiday out of it.
I had a very busy January so I didn't get the chance to write as much as I had wanted to. I came back to uni for a week of assignment deadlines, followed by a week of exams. Luckily, I passed all my exams. The two weeks of stress ended the day of Molly's 19th… Continue reading My Very First Visitors – the Icon Club on Tour
I came to study on the mainland of Europe, so I would have opportunities to travel easily between various countries. Having been here nearly 3 months, I thought now would be the time to act on that. Last month, my university were offering a trip to Antwerp, Belgium, for €15 so it was an offer I… Continue reading A Day In Antwerp
Ever since my adopted cousin, Ian, moved to England three years ago, my parents have thrown a Thanksgiving dinner for him. We usually celebrate the weekend after the Americans, however, this year it was easiest for us to celebrate a little earlier, on the 11th of November.
I had a week off school for Autumn break and I had originally planned to stay here in the Netherlands. However, when my mum texted me to say that Stockard Channing was in a play running on the West End, we decided it was essential that we went to see it. So last Friday, I… Continue reading Back to Old Blighty (Again)
Anyone who knows me or has been here before will probably know that I have friends, who are so close they might as well be family, in New Jersey. Seen as my cousin of sorts lives in Leicester, his parents flew over to England to visit him for a few days. Last weekend, my mum… Continue reading Surprising My Family
Between travelling and packing and late night adventures with my friends, I've not been able to update my blog as frequently as I would've liked this summer. If I were to write about everything I've done in as much detail as I usually do, and then schedule all the post in weekly intervals, I think… Continue reading The Summer of Seventeen
I come from the North West of England so we're approximately 200 miles away from London. According to many people in Texas, we live in the suburbs of London. We definitely in no way live anywhere close to the suburbs of London, saying we live in the suburbs of Manchester is still pushing it a… Continue reading 24 Hours in London
The first time I visited New York, I was 13 years old. As soon as my feet hit the pavement, I felt at home. I think I managed to pick up an American accent by the time we'd walked the 10 blocks from Penn Station to our hotel. That week we did everything a tourist… Continue reading A New New York Adventure
A friend of my parent's emigrated to the USA long before I was born. Coincidentally, he and his wife had children the same ages as my brother and I, so when we were kids we became pen pals and would often email each other. In recent years, Sandy, their daughter, has become one of my… Continue reading The Life of an American Teenager