After stuffing two years’ worth of clothing and school supplies into two huge suitcases, I was ready to go. I didn’t have time to be sad, just stressed. My parents took me out to lunch and drove me to the Sea-Tac airport, and my boyfriend met us there to send me off. After a surprisingly tearless goodbye, I hopped on a plane and flew to…London. Continue reading “Velkommen til Århus! (Welcome to Aarhus!)”
The actual holiday was October 3rd, but it took me a long time to compile the post on the Eastern Europe trip, so I’m a little behind.
Tag der Deutschen Einheit, or German Unification Day, is the German national holiday. Continue reading “Tag der Deutschan Einheit: A National Holiday”