Archive for Category: "men"
Scotland is a wonderful place to go, and generally very easy for female travelers. I only had one incident in my four trips to Caledonia, which is probably my favorite province to visit. This incident taught me a valuable lesson about traveling and life in general, not just in Scotland
Living in Melilla, a little Spanish enclave at the top of North Africa, as a British language assistant, you sort of get used to the Arabic twist on things. One of the first weeks I spent here, a fellow assistant and I decided to hop on a bus and see where it took us and after five minutes, we saw Melilla’s buildings change.
When I was a little girl flipping through my mother’s photo album from her semester abroad and dreaming of my own, I never contemplated that I would be warned or discouraged or worried about more than the boys were
“YES!” I responded immediately when a friend called in early February to see if I wanted to go on vacation during President’s Week. I told him I had no time to plan, but if he was up to working out the details, I was in. A few days later, he asked if I would be okay going to Costa Rica for a week followed by Guatemala for four days.
When I first arrived in Northern France to work as a teaching assistant, I had no plans to date anyone. Freshly emerging from a long string of unsatisfactory relationships, I decided to put romance on hold for the year in order to concentrate on strengthening old friendships and developing new ones.