Costa Rica 2014

Aero: Kathryn Zawisa – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations

Aero: Kathryn Zawisa – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations To be able to write my expectations of what traveling abroad to Costa Rica will be like is difficult for me. I signed up for the trip solely on the fact that it was a Spanish-speaking country and that’s it. Before I talked to anyone […]

Costa Rica 2014

Aero: Brittany Gleason – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations

Aero: Brittany Gleason – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations As I write about what to expect during my experience in Costa Rica I am filled with excitement, but also I am nervous. I have not been out of the United States enough to see how other people live so I think I will be […]

Costa Rica 2014

Aero: Katie Heubusch – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations

Aero: Katie Heubusch – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations When I think of Costa Rica, I immediately think of diverse ecosystems, exotic animals, kind people, and a peaceful nation. When I heard about the Costa Rica Study Abroad Program, the first thing on my mind was excitement, but fear. I have wanted to travel […]

Costa Rica 2014

Aero: Kelsey Burbank – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations

Aero: Kelsey Burbank – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations Tropical is one of the many words that comes to minds when I think about Costa Rica. That was one of the many things that caught my attention about this trip. Being able to leave New York in the dead of winter and go where […]

Costa Rica 2014

Aero: Meagan Hilsdorf – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations

Aero: Meagan Hilsdorf – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations When I think of Costa Rica I imagine beautiful tropical rainforests with exotic plants and animals, warm sandy beaches, coffee and hearing Spanish everywhere you turn and lots of friendly faces. This is why when I first heard of FLCC’s Spanish study abroad program it […]

Costa Rica 2014

Aero: Ashley Hager – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations

Aero: Ashley Hager – Costa Rica 2014 – My Expectations When I think of Costa Rica, I think of sun, sand, and beaches. When I heard about the Costa Rica Study Abroad Program, the first thing on my mind was being somewhere other than New York in January when it is cold outside. It was […]

Folium: Culturally Unique Breakfasts From Around The World via MyModernMet

Folium: Culturally Unique Breakfasts From Around The World via MyModernMet Pancakes and bacon…waffles with whipped cream…donuts…a spread of eggs and home fries with a side order of biscuits with sausage gravy; is there any meal more comforting than breakfast? Grab your guidebook and head out to enjoy breakfast in a foreign land.  Whatever time zone […]

Folium: The Dying Art of the Bullfight via Fathomaway

Folium: The Dying Art of the Bullfight via Fathomaway ¡Olé! Spectators chant this exuberant cheer to show their appreciation during bullfights.  To this day, bullfighting remains a popular spectacle in Portugal, Southern France and numerous regions in Spain. Bullfighting has existed since ancient times.  The oldest evidence of bullfighting is a wall painting, dated approximately […]

Folium: Must-Know French Words For The “Facebookholique” via TransparentLanguage

Folium: Must-Know French Words For The “Facebookholique” via TransparentLanguage I hope *tu aimes* (you *Like*!) this fresh learning idea!  What better way to immerse yourself in a new language than to become part of the massive global conversation taking place in the realm of social media. Taking a class to learn a language isn’t enough.  […]

Folium: Vegan Travel Tips via VegNews

Folium: Vegan Travel Tips via VegNews Traveling is an adventure for everyone.  Between jet lag and dragging luggage, a travel experience can be daunting.  The best way to prepare for these challenges is to research before you leave.  This is especially true for vegan travelers.  As a vegan or vegetarian eater, you not only have […]