"When one does not have what they love, they must learn to love what they have."Unknown My last month in France. The fact that I've already been here for two months now is crazy to me and probably a surprise to you because lets be honest I haven't been on my A game with my … Continue reading La fin est proche
OVERWHELMING!! That's what my first week in Breton has been. Everything is so new and confusing, but also fun and exciting at the same time. It is winter time and the days are short (the sun rises at 9 in the morning and sets by 5 pm! Now that's a cool 9 to 5 job!!). … Continue reading Au début
A journey of 36 hours. Delayed connections and almost missed flights. Alone on a train in a strange country. How did I even make it? Read all about it ...
Bonjour tous les monde et bienvenue! Hier, j'ai reçu des informations sur ma famille d'accueil. Je suis tres content comme leurs sont formidable! Je vais avoir un frere et deux soeur en Bretagne, France. Words cannot express how happy I am to have received my host family! After weeks of anticipation and watching YouTube videos about 'host … Continue reading Bretagne; Brittany, France
"A journey of a thousand miles starts with one single step" - Chinese Proverb Last week, I visited the French Embassy to obtain a visa so that I could go on my exchange to France. The end of that process signified the start of my journey. As always, here are some tips if you're … Continue reading Applying for a French Visa
Rester c'est exister mais voyager c'est vivre. C'est très vrai! Toutefois, l'argent est très important pour votre voyage. (To stay is to exist, but to travel is to live. This is true! However, money is very important for your travel.) I've listed some tips down below that can help cut your exchange's cost down to … Continue reading Fundraising
Preparing for an exchange can be quite daunting and frankly, a bit overwhelming but if you take the right steps, it can be manageable and even fun! I've attempted to list down all the steps that I took to get ready for my exchange to France but these are applicable to most exchange scenarios 🙂 … Continue reading Getting ready for an exchange