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Six things I did with my six hours in Budapest


1. I window-shopped shamelessly. My hotel was located quite close to Andrássy út, one of the most famous streets in Budapest. Andrassy is about a mile and a half in length, and at its end is a cluster of sites: … Continue reading

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“It’s just a goat head”: Changing concepts of normalcy at the three-month mark


Well, folks, it’s been three months since I arrived in Greece. It’s hard to believe that my time here is almost a third over. So much has happened and changed. While talking with a friend the other day about my … Continue reading

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Welcome to the land of the Euro-teen, Hello Kitty, fanny packs, and all!


I can’t say this is something I ever thought I’d hear myself say, but I went to a Greek high school dance party! The school had one to celebrate the beginning of the school year, and we actually had a … Continue reading

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