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My Really Weird 2 Hours in Savannah

So obviously, two hours is not that much time to explore a city as large as Savannah, Georgia. As it’s considered one of the most beautiful cities in the South, my parents decided to drop in for a little bit when we were driving down to Florida a few years ago. It was… really weird.

Well first, let me say that Savannah is actually very beautiful! The architecture? Gorgeous! The overgrown trees with the Spanish moss? Lovely! And I’m sure they have super delicious food, but my unadventurous parents didn’t want to eat anywhere nice.

So first, we parked our … Continue reading

Posted on Thursday, January 3, 2019 in Stories

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Renting a Kimono with Yumeyakata

Kimonos are a distinct piece of Japan’s culture and can still be seen today on people who like to keep up the tradition. Unlike what a lot of people believe, kimonos actually have no religious significance and it’s actually a broad, old blanket term for clothing in general. Kimonos were created over a thousand years ago and were significant because they were easier to make and could be worn in all types of weather, and were worn by the Japanese for hundreds of years (though the styles of course evolved). Even though a strong majority of people wear modern clothing, … Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, November 24, 2018 in Stories

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Chased through the Streets of Brussels

It’s time to be brutally honest: my trip to Belgium was one of my worst.

When my friends and I went to Brussels, we weren’t really sure what to expect except delicious chocolate, fries and some gorgeous Flemish architecture. Being in Europe, it was just supposed to be another city to wander around and fall in love with, until we actually got there and something seemed a little off. The city itself is really dirty and that was a bit off-putting, but we joked about it for the rest of the day and when nightfall came and we had our … Continue reading

Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 in Stories

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