Final Blog

I fell in love with Eastern Europe three years ago, more specifically, Moldova. I was placed there in the Peace Corps and lived and traveled the region for two years. I lived with a host family, ate the traditional food and spoke the local language. As I traveled to other ...

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Bosnia 2014-06-16 12:29:50

Today we are supposed to blog about a picture that we have taken on this trip that holds meaning to us. It is difficult to only choose one, as this whole experience has really been amazing in so many ways. I feel like we have had the opportunity to see ...

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Bosnia 2014-06-16 12:29:50

Today we are supposed to blog about a picture that we have taken on this trip that holds meaning to us. It is difficult to only choose one, as this whole experience has really been amazing in so many ways. I feel like we have had the opportunity to see ...

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Stories of our trip. Can count to five and seven. This is my haiku.

Ann without an “e” A professor who supports Student expression   Bosnia, a war- torn country Hearts, flowers, people of gold Lasting resilience   A tasty warm lunch Pickles in my stroganoff I’ll try your pickle   Drink this last bottle Tuborg, Vranac, Blatina  Saturday blogging   Black and blue buttocks Anyone need vinegar? Let’s get to rubbing   Frozen ovaries Sitting on the cold cement Napkins under feet   Bosnian repairs Creative and resourceful Scotch ...

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Stories of our trip. Can count to five and seven. This is my haiku.

Ann without an “e” A professor who supports Student expression   Bosnia, a war- torn country Hearts, flowers, people of gold Lasting resilience   A tasty warm lunch Pickles in my stroganoff I’ll try your pickle   Drink this last bottle Tuborg, Vranac, Blatina  Saturday blogging   Black and blue buttocks Anyone need vinegar? Let’s get to rubbing   Frozen ovaries Sitting on the cold cement Napkins under feet   Bosnian repairs Creative and resourceful Scotch ...

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