Reverse Culture Shock

285 days 23 flights 10 months 9 countries 8 languages 7 engineering classes 5 niños 4 Cantabria students 3 Cornell students 2 incredibly supportive parents who made this all possible 1 long year of trying to mentally prepare myself to come back Tuesday starts classes and, along with it, the real reverse culture shock. In Spain,... Continue Reading →

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Grand Budapest Ho[s]tel

As part 2 of my Easter break, I took a bus from Vienna to Budapest to spend a couple of days in the original "twin cities." I was pretty excited to cross another land border (the only other being Canada) but to my disappointment there wasn't even so much as a sign anywhere denoting that... Continue Reading →

Butterflies, Doggos, Pianos, and Yo-yos

...these are a few of my favorite things! Unfortunately I didn't get to visit Salzburg, but believe me, if the time and money had presented itself, I would've been there in a heartbeat. And if you didn't get the reference, please go enrich your life and watch The Sound of Music. Since Cornell's spring break... Continue Reading →

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