This past Friday the IFSA group went on a tour to the south of Israel! First we visited a camel ranch and learned about camel milk and it's health benefits
The weekend was exhausting, but full of fun and awesome experiences.
When you go anywhere outside of the U.S. you realize how much different that place is from the U.S
The last two weeks have been a whirlwind of bittersweet emotions. As I write this, I am taking one last look around the International Terminal of the Delhi airport after yet another wonderful week of travel to more of India’s seemingly endless wonders.
I was beyond excited when I heard our one week of travel was to Kerala! I first heard about Kerala from my high school friends whose parents grew up there and visited every couple of years or so.
With just a week left in Pune, I have finally found the answer to many of my questions throughout the semester: India's problem with confidence.
We took the road (slightly) less traveled in the course of the week, visiting Lijiang, a Bai village, Shaxi, Tiger Leaping Gorge, and Shangrila
As everyone already knows, the last week has been a historic one.
I wake up around 8 AM every day here.
For as long as I can remember, I desperately wanted to hike in the Himalayas. Although New Hampshire is great and I have been fortunate to have many opportunities to hike and camp throughout the US, there is something incredibly unworldly about the idea of the grand Himalayas.