Activities: Historic Sites, Student Exchange, Activities: Culture, Activities: Travel, Activities: Landmarks, Asia
This past weekend I traveled to Cambodia and I had an amazing time. I traveled with a group of three other SMU students. We flew in Phnom Penh (capital of Cambodia) on Friday and we left Monday afternoon (taking advantage of my 3-day school schedule!).
Europe, Activities: Historic Sites, Student Exchange, Activities: Culture, Activities: Travel, Activities: Landmarks
During my first week in Milan, I traveled out to the center of the city. When I say the center of the city, it is literally in the center of the city of Milan. In the center, there is a main cathedral called the Duomo, which is a term used for church, more specifically a catholic church. The Duomo is literally in the center of Milan. Then from the Duomo, the city is built as a circle that radiates outward.
Shortly after I got off my plane, I found myself in Milan, Italy! It was very exciting to realize that I was actually going to live in Milan for about four months. I never lived outside of Ohio for very long, especially out of the country, and being in Italy was a good reminder that the world is a very, very big place.
Officially, it’s Week 4 of my semester here at Singapore Management University. Only 9 more weeks to go before it finals time! Not that I want the semester to come to end, it’s been amazing living and studying out here.