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My first month abroad in Bordeaux, France was met with much of my own hesitation when it came to going out of the house. Actually, I do love being out and about—cafes, window shopping, exploring, but speaking another language can be terrifying and embarrassing
Wizened travelers have told me the most effective way to learn a language is total immersion and given my dissatisfaction with my French speaking skills after seven years of study I figured the veterans were correct in their advice.
Here I am in the Budapest nature in late March. This was on the Buda, which is on the side of the Castle. My three friends and I climbed up the hill instead of taking the elevator – which was quite a hike but well worth it once we got to the top! On the top, there is an old Castle and lots of different museums. It costs money to get into each one so we only went to one or two and enjoyed the beautiful weather
Here I am in Cork City with my sister in February. I traveled all around Ireland and much preferred Cork to Dublin and even Galway because it is walkable, safe, less touristy, more interesting, and has amazing food. I lived in Cork for 5 months a few years ago and it is a perfect city