I feel fearless. I feel bold. And after meeting Cana, I’ll cherish the warmth and the kindness that she showed me forever.
I had a wonderful first year away from home, and an even better three weeks outside of the U.S.
I am finally settled in at home (my Virginia home, that is). My study abroad trip has ended and while I miss Praha terribly, I am so happy to be in my own space and closer to my family. I will write a reflective/wrap-up post about Prague soon, but for now, I want to talk about my experience in Berlin!
I finally went to the zoo in Prague last week. I needed to go because I am including it in my “36 Hours” piece. I wanted to check it out, see what kinds of activities they have for children, and also indulge my inner-child a bit.
It still doesn’t feel like I’ve been in Prague for the past week and a half, or like I spent this past weekend in Budapest, but here I am with another update!
During one of my first explorations of Prague, I saw graffiti on a nearby building, and it got me thinking.
Wow! The time has finally come for me to head to Prague! I’ve been so busy with school, work and struggling to fit in time to rest, so I was beaming when my mom told me the family wanted to come and see me off. I was super excited when I found out because I…