Take It From Us

NYU Students Share Some Tips for Studying & Living Abroad

 

Each semester, NYU students in the course “The Art of Travel” write a post in which they share advice about studying and living abroad.  Here are the tips from the past few semesters.  Click on a location to see the tips for that abroad site.  (Go to list view.)

Recommendations for Florence, Mostly Where to Eat
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Firstly, leave extra space in your suitcase when you come, you will have bought more than you think you will. And even if your parents come and take away stuff, like mine did, you will find yourself debating which of ...
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Recommendations for Florence, Mostly Where to Eat

4 Tips I Wasn't Given but I'm Now Giving You About NYU Paris
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Know at least a handful of phrases coming in. It’s okay if you didn’t study French before coming here! The point of studying away is to have a completely new experience and learning a completely new language is definitely part ...
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4 Tips I Wasn’t Given but I’m Now Giving You About NYU Paris

Coming to NYU Tel Aviv?
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For those coming to NYU Tel Aviv, here are some of personal takeaways on the program here as well as some tips to prepare for life in Israel. Trips The NYU Tel Aviv faculty does an incredible job planning trips ...
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Coming to NYU Tel Aviv?

Tips from a Hyperactive, Caffeine Addicted Non-Expert
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It’s so strange that this semester is coming to an end. The greatest tragedy is the fact that I’ll likely be spending the bulk of my last weeks cracking out papers and studying for exams. Or at least I should ...
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Tips from a Hyperactive, Caffeine Addicted Non-Expert

Oui à Paris
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Everyone is going to say, yes I recommend ___insert study abroad site here____! And of course I’m going to be hopping on this train as well, but there are some things that I would say before you book your flight ...
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Oui à Paris

Don't Worry
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As my time in Florence has come to a close, I have picked up a few tips along the way that will hopefully be of help to future students. First of all, something I’ve noticed throughout this whole semester is ...
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Don’t Worry

A Czech List
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First, I apologize for the pun but I only have a few weeks left to use it so cut me some slack. I’d highly recommend Prague to anyone looking fro a study abroad site. The city is beautiful and has ...
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A Czech List

Tons of Tips on Buenos Aires
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Yes. I would absolutely recommend studying in Buenos Aires. It’s definitely not for everyone, but by the end of my second semester here I can honestly say that I’ve loved my time here. While I can think of many tips ...
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Tons of Tips on Buenos Aires

Deutschland is the best land
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I would recommend Berlin to anyone. Literally, no matter what kind of person you are, I think you could benefit from coming to Berlin. Personally, after being here for just one week, I felt that a huge pressure lifted off ...
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Deutschland is the best land

Every Moment Counts
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Studying abroad in Florence has definitely been one of the best periods of my life. I experience preemptive nostalgia every day when I remember that I will be moving out of my apartment and saying arrivederci to the city that ...
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Every Moment Counts

YOLO
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Study abroad is an experience that is unparalleled by any other college experience. One is plucked out of one’s familiar environment and let loose in a different country, often with a different and unfamiliar language and culture. Studying abroad might ...
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YOLO

The 411!!!
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I have been recommending this study abroad site since my first week here. I honestly did not know very much about Berlin before I came here, however that was what I wanted out of my study abroad experience. I wanted ...
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The 411!!!

Prossima Fermata: La Pietra
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Hop on board the 25 bus and let me take you on a ride through Jordyn’s Guide to NYU Florence. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride, and just like the 25 bus, there’s a good chance this post might be ...
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Prossima Fermata: La Pietra

The 5Ws of NYU Prague
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So this is it. You’re looking at the glossy purple brochures for each NYU Study Away site, trying to decide where you want to spend the next four months of your life. You’ve spoken to upperclassmen, searched NYU Local and ...
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The 5Ws of NYU Prague

Tips for Temporary Sydneysiders
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So if you're looking to study in Sydney next semester here's a couple dos and don'ts. Do take Dr. Anna Westbrook's Creative Writing class. It will be a calm and relaxing experience that by the end of the semester will ...
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Tips for Temporary Sydneysiders

It's a Small World
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This past semester at NYUDC has been my third experience studying outside of the NYU New York campus and I find that no matter where you are, each semester moves faster than the previous one. With one semester to go ...
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It’s a Small World

Let's be honest...
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I’m not going to pretend that I absolutely fell in love with Florence in the last four-ish months I’ve been here. I haven’t exactly even liked it, however, I think there is something about Florence that works for a lot ...
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Let’s be honest…

Quick Tips Before Deciding on a Semester Away in BA
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Adjusting to the later clock: I know, I know what you are probably thinking. I live in New York City, its the city that never sleeps, right? Wrong. Like spainards, porteños eat super late, around 10pm to 11pm and on ...
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Quick Tips Before Deciding on a Semester Away in BA

Guide to surviving Australia if the snakes, spiders, and sharks don't get you first
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Well… umm… Tips? The semester is wrapping up and I have no idea but that is okay. I went to Australia completely unprepared (disregarding all of New York University's pre-semester abroad tips. Whoops, Sorry) but have had a great time ...
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Guide to surviving Australia if the snakes, spiders, and sharks don’t get you first

If You Were Spending a Semester on a Desert Island…
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You’ve poured over the NYU Global Study Planner site, you’ve tracked down the sites that offer your required courses, and you’ve carefully mapped out your next few semesters. You’ve been practically hit over the head with promotions of the “global ...
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If You Were Spending a Semester on a Desert Island…

Studying Abroad in Prague? Czech Out These Tips
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There are so many things I could say about Prague, and I’ve come to love this quirky little city over the course of the past four months. However, I knew nothing about the city going into my study abroad program, ...
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Studying Abroad in Prague? Czech Out These Tips

Tips on Tips on Tips
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The reality is, NYU Buenos Aires is incredibly insular.  While it is so incredibly convenient that NYU carefully drops us into one of our many abroad sites--where we pay the same price, take classes that transfer back to our home ...
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Tips on Tips on Tips

Get out and about!
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This semester was a pretty small program size but in it I witnessed two main types of people. There were those who really took advantage of their time here and those who did not so much. Those who really got ...
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Get out and about!

Do I recommend?
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I will begin by stressing that if you are studying abroad in Sydney in the fall, bring warm clothing. When you first arrive, you will be in Australia's winter. Even though, by the time you leave it will be summer, ...
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Do I recommend?

5 tips for being a good "fake Porteño"
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So you think you want to spend an entire semester in Buenos Aires? Are you constantly faced with slightly confused NYU friends who think it’ll be a “brave but rewarding experience” when you tell them of your decision? (They’re probably ...
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5 tips for being a good “fake Porteño”

Generic 'Just the Tip' Pun Title
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First tip of the day, keep up with your homework, kids. No really, I’m serious, and I know that’s the most boring, predictable tip to give to someone in one of these scholastic advice giving scenarios, but actually. Listen, I’m ...
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Generic ‘Just the Tip’ Pun Title

Just A Tip
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I don’t have much advice for anyone coming to Prague… except maybe to DO IT. I’m a firm believer in always choosing to discover for yourself when it comes to taking risks, but there are few things I actually managed ...
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Just A Tip

You’re Semester in 0Z
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Welcome to Oz! How was your flight? Yeah it’s long right…really long! But you’re here now. Make sure you check the time before you call anyone. You are 17 hours ahead of New York. Get used to late night Skype ...
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You’re Semester in 0Z

Dear Future JT...
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Dear future JT, You are about to embark on an amazing study abroad experience at NYU Buenos Aires next semester - all over again. Here are six tips you thought about at the end of the semester last year that ...
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Dear Future JT…

Nine Tips for a Study Abroad Success
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Studying abroad can be hard: homesickness, lost wallets, friendship drama. However, it is also an extremely rewarding experience and a chance to make life long friends and truly live somewhere you probably would never get the chance to. Here are ...
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Nine Tips for a Study Abroad Success

Prague for Dummies
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Welcome to Jake's Guide to Prague for Dummies where you'll find the greatest tips and tricks to make the most of your study abroad in this gothic city. Let's get started! 1. Uber is the way to go. It is ...
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Prague for Dummies

Italy Tips
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Before studying abroad, I spent all summer researching and reading blogs about other students’ experiences. While it may not have made an impact on any decisions that I made once I got here, it definitely did help me get comfortable ...
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Italy Tips

Prahy Tips
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This was the best decision I ever made. I wouldn’t have wanted to be anywhere else as I learned, traveled, and grew throughout this past semester. I’ll admit, at first I wasn’t sure how I would like Prague. I had ...
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Prahy Tips

10 Tips for an Amazing Australian Adventure
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*Disclaimer: Fair warning that this post is going to contain a ridiculous amount of puns & cheesy humor 1. Would I recommend Sydney? “Aussieloutely Mate!” No, but seriously…. study abroad here if you can. While you may think that Australia ...
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10 Tips for an Amazing Australian Adventure

A Globalized Sense of Place: Coke versus Kofola
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As I am sitting in one of the many coffee shops that populate the residential district of Vinohrady I watch a woman sit down across from me, clad head to toe in black. Her Swedish Fjall Raven backpack sits on ...
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A Globalized Sense of Place: Coke versus Kofola

Learning about Living
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Tips on studying abroad: Pack smart. Bring clothes and shoes that you will actually wear and limit yourself. You’re going to buy things there. Carrying around three large suitcases is difficult and you look pretentious. Spend time with your suitemates. Ask to ...
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Learning about Living

Tips
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Rather than give tips for studying abroad in Shanghai, I decided to just give tips for studying abroad in general. Here are my 5 tips: 1) Go the unconventional route. Studying abroad is supposed to be an experience. Don’t decide ...
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Tips

Tips for Florence
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Since this was my second time studying abroad, I felt much more prepared going into this semester. Studying away can seem daunting, but I really believe everyone should take advantage of it. Florence is a beautiful city, and I would ...
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Tips for Florence

The In's and Out's of Florence
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I couldn’t write this post without looking back to my post from my first semester abroad and seeing how my perspective has changed. The first tip that I gave was “Do not come in with any expectations,” which I completely ...
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The In’s and Out’s of Florence

Travel Guide to Paris
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The idea of travelling to another country for school seems to be usually exciting for students. It is not until you leave for the airport that the reality of shifting to a foreign country for a semester dawns on you ...
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Travel Guide to Paris

Taxis, Tips and Trips
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I have now been in China for 4 months, although I have lost track of time and finally feel like if not a local then most definitely an expat. In writing my tips I’ve tried not to let them fall into ...
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Taxis, Tips and Trips

Life Tips for Studying Abroad in Paris
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Traveling the world for a couple weeks or a few days is a beautiful experience. However, studying abroad is something else. Some people may describe it as “life changing”, but I like to refer to it rather as “life discovering” ...
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Life Tips for Studying Abroad in Paris

The Wonderful Land of Oz
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Having been here for a full three months now and sadly finishing my fourth, I can proudly say I have made the most of my time abroad in Sydney, Australia. There is a lot to be explored here and unfortunately ...
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The Wonderful Land of Oz

Balancing Act
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So you’re planning to come to Shanghai?  Congratulations!  I know you made the right choice.  When we attend a university referred to as the “global university” you have almost too many options to choose from when deciding where you will ...
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Balancing Act

Tips & Tricks
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Sydney. A simple city in a complicated world, yet still complex enough that I don't know where to start. I guess the best place to begin would be the flight. No matter where you're coming from I can suggest that ...
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Tips & Tricks

Review on Studying Abroad at NYU Shanghai
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Studying away in Shanghai as an NYU student has been quite an experience. I am grateful for having had this opportunity—there are many lessons and memories I am taking with me, and there are also some important things to note ...
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Review on Studying Abroad at NYU Shanghai

Tips and Tricks for Berlin
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For anyone thinking of moving to Berlin, my sincerest advice would be: don’t move here in January. This is coming from someone who moved here in January. The shutters on every window are closed; those 9-foot-tall double-doors signature of Berlin ...
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Tips and Tricks for Berlin

Temporary Space
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I presently occupy a temporary space and I intend to make good of it. It is a café I walk past everyday on my route to school. It sits on Wenceslas Square, the main thoroughfare of the city. The café ...
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Temporary Space

So you want to come to Buenos Aires
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Choose Buenos Aires if… You want to be somewhere that’s kind of Europe, kind of South America, a little confused but very much rolling with it. You like getting things for yourself. By this, I mean that travelling isn’t going ...
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So you want to come to Buenos Aires

My Helpful Hints
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Tips and tricks are often given for students planning on studying away at an international site. New cultures and customs can make life there difficult, and at times it can even seem impossible to navigate, but people rarely give tips ...
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My Helpful Hints

Tips and Tricks of Shanghai
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Hello to anyone thinking of studying abroad in the one and only Shanghai! I would say this has been one crazy experience, and one I would recommend if you have the spirit of adventure and are looking for a study ...
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Tips and Tricks of Shanghai

Aprovechar
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Aprovechar: that is the one thing that I would absolutely advise when studying abroad and even just traveling in general. It is the word that most encompasses how you should approach the wonderful opportunity of travel and exploration. When I ...
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Aprovechar

Cautionary Tales
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To be honest I can hardly suggest any worthwhile insight for prospective Shanghai study abroad students because I can hardly be an authority on the whereby for someone else to experience their life more fully. The primary authority and the ...
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Cautionary Tales

Guide for an Idiot Abroad: Madrid Edition
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So as the semester is winding down (I seriously don’t know how there is only one more week of classes?!) we’ve been asked to make a post about tips for future students and travelers to our abroad site. So, I ...
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Guide for an Idiot Abroad: Madrid Edition

So you want to move to Paris
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So you want to move to Paris. Of course you do -- it's arguably the  #1 most-romanticized city on the planet. People think of moving to Paris when they want to feel like a 60s cinema heroine, free-spirited and euphoric. There's ...
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So you want to move to Paris

late
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Studying abroad is what you make it. I could end my advice there; I’m sure that’s been said a thousand times, but it’s brief and better yet, it’s true. If you want your study abroad experience to be an extension ...
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late

You Do You
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Most students come to NYU Florence armed with a List. Curated by those who have come here before us, any given List almost invariably features the same restaurants, bars, clubs, and gelaterias as all the others. Prior to my arrival in ...
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You Do You

Don't Be an Asshole
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So tips. It really just depends on what kind of person you are. Are you the type to genuinely seek an authentic Italian experience? This entails the acceptance, acknowledgment, and appreciation for a completely different culture, which in my opinion ...
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Don’t Be an Asshole

How to Survive
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Studying abroad is close to coming to an end. The end is near. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. I can see the grand welcome back with American flags and the singing of God Bless ...
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How to Survive

Six tips for making the most of Madrid
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Madrid is a tough nut to crack. I'm not sure how clear it's been over the course of this semester's blog posts, but Madrid is not my favorite place in the world. A friend recently described this place as somewhere ...
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Six tips for making the most of Madrid

Surviving Australia
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Travel tip 1: Bored on an airplane? Pick a victim, one that won’t sleep during the flight and mimic everything they do. Watch the same movie, order the same food. Do the ridiculous things they do when they start testing ...
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Surviving Australia

Before You Spread Your Wings...
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So you’re thinking about studying abroad? You wanna get a slice of life on a grand scale and embark on new adventures? Then go forth my friend, but let me give you some words of wisdom. Now I don’t want ...
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Before You Spread Your Wings…

You Will Come, You Will See, You Will Conquer
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Here is my oddly specific guide to NYU Florence and living abroad: PACKING It was February and the weather was quite indecisive. I dressed for New York City weather. Spring weather greeted me. I was hot. The next day I ...
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You Will Come, You Will See, You Will Conquer

Quelques Conseils
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Some tips, oriented in the mindset of being at NYUP for program II, but some are generally applicable to all Paris students and students study abroad on the whole: Learn as much as you can beforehand – Of course you’ll ...
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Quelques Conseils

Study Abroad in Prague!
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Prague is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been and the experience of living here for four months has truly been life-changing. I would 100% recommend coming to Prague for study abroad! Here's why: First and foremost, ...
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Study Abroad in Prague!

Tips!
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I am currently studying abroad in Prague, and it is one of the best experiences of my life. I would 100% recommend studying abroad here. The opportunity to travel all across Europe and explore the elaborate culture really helps open ...
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Tips!

How to Spend Money in London
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The last time I wrote a  list for a post, it seemed to go over really well. So let's do another one. Top Seven Things To Get the Most Bang for Your Buck While Studying in London: 1. London is a ...
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How to Spend Money in London

Do's and Don'ts, See's and Eat's
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Tips: Don’t be afraid to travel alone! it’s such a fulfilling experience to find a place on your own. And, if you go to smaller, more unique cities it’s usually very safe. Don’t miss out on one of your bucket ...
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Do’s and Don’ts, See’s and Eat’s

Before You Arrive in Argentina
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If any NYU student comes to me to ask whether he should study abroad in Buenos Aires, I would whole heartedly say yes. Hell, I’ve actually already given that advice to many contemplating underclassmen, who somehow never seize to find ...
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Before You Arrive in Argentina

Don't Forget Your Jacket!
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I dreamed of a city that combined the beachy, active vibes of Los Angeles, and the upbeat, city life found in New York, and Sydney exceeded all of my expectations. I came to Sydney with the intention of checking out ...
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Don’t Forget Your Jacket!

A New Beginning
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When I first decided to study abroad, my initial thought was to go to Sydney, Australia. I had never been there before and it had always been my dream to visit. Prague wasn’t even in the question at the moment ...
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A New Beginning

Tips for Accra
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When I chose to come to Ghana, I wanted an escape. I needed a completely new environment to take a step back, look around, and breathe. This was my second semester studying abroad, so I took my past advice and applied ...
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Tips for Accra

A Guide to Madrid
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I may not be an expert on Spain but I’ve built a library of knowledge on how to survive in Madrid for 9 months. It has been a wonderful experience abroad and it would be a crime for me to ...
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A Guide to Madrid

Sydney: a Happier NYC
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Sydney is, in general, an easy place to live in. It is a first world, English speaking, western city. Sure there are some difference; things actually close here (usually around 6 pm), and people ‘talk funny’, but in general, Sydney ...
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Sydney: a Happier NYC

Serenity in Temporality
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The most valuable part of my experience in Berlin this semester has been the pace of life. After New York City I craved for serenity, for just the shortest of moments to just be. Berlin gave me that. In fact, ...
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Serenity in Temporality

Prague: the ideal home of the cheap and the soon to be traveled.
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Studying abroad in Prague for the last 3 months or so has been a truly rewarding experience and I would definitely recommend studying here to most students, depending, of course, on what you wish you get out of your study ...
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Prague: the ideal home of the cheap and the soon to be traveled.

Before Crossing the Pond, Know This:
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I was looking forward to this post. Since being in London I’ve had so many amazing experiences, but I’ve also had my fair share of obstacles. I came up with over thirty tips, but have reduced them to eighteen (sorry ...
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Before Crossing the Pond, Know This:

You can't say no to Paris
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If you're considering studying abroad in Paris, I have only two words for you--DO IT! Paris has become my absolute favorite European city, as well as home. Why is Paris so great? I don't even know where to begin. But ...
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You can’t say no to Paris

Ghana: Africa for Beginners
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NYU Accra is arguably the most underrated, and definitely the smallest, study abroad program. As a result, it is difficult for students to really get an idea of what to expect before coming here because information on the program’s website ...
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Ghana: Africa for Beginners

To Prague, Of Course!
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If you want to travel Europe, study abroad in Prague. If you want cheap expenses and easier courses, study abroad in Prague. If you are an NYU Stern student, definitely study abroad in Prague! I am sure this will not ...
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To Prague, Of Course!

Where else is known for having hot men?
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I have absolutely loved every moment of my experience in Sydney. I would highly recommend the site to anyone looking to study abroad. First and foremost, it is warm here. Why would you stay through the awful New York winter ...
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Where else is known for having hot men?

La Vie à Paris
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Ever since my first visit to Paris when I was twelve-years-old, I’ve wanted to live here—in the Most Beautiful City in the World. Over the years my family and I visited Paris several times and I’ve always felt at home ...
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La Vie à Paris

Before You Study in Paris...
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I would absolutely recommend anyone to study in Paris. I have traveled to various countries over the last few weeks, and each time I visit a new place I am constantly thinking how grateful I am that I chose to ...
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Before You Study in Paris…

Polar Opposites
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While struggling to adjust to NYU my freshman year, I found myself wishing I had looked at more universities with enclosed campuses. I had many friends at small liberal arts schools befriending other students easily, interacting with faculty on the ...
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Polar Opposites

Tips
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I don’t think much preparation needs to be done before coming to Shanghai. Maybe it would be useful to memorize the name of foods you think you’ll like (especially if you have dietary restrictions). It might also be useful to ...
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Tips

The good, the bad and the ugly
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To those thinking of spending time in Shanghai, I will find it hard to include all of my praise in a single post. It is hard to characterize the financial capital of mainland China. In fact, I have struggled all ...
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The good, the bad and the ugly

Take The Time
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As the semester has come to a close, my group of friends and I have begun to reflect on the past semester.  This normally occurs at big dinners, where we use the “were leaving soon” excuse to order every pasta ...
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Take The Time

Prepare Yourself
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First off, clear your mind and be ready to be uncomfortable.  You must come to Shanghai with extreme patience. Shanghai will force you out of your normal life and throw you into a life where many "common sense" American ideas ...
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Prepare Yourself

A Million Ways to Live in the East
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Shanghai, being so different from any other experience I’ve had, took a while to get used to. There are a lot of things that I know now that would surely have enhanced my experience had I understood them when I ...
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A Million Ways to Live in the East

NYU Shanghai: A Double Edged Sword
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In my experience, most of the students who end up at the NYU Shanghai study abroad site fall into one of three categories. The first is those students who have family connections to Shanghai or to China—this makes sense. Most ...
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NYU Shanghai: A Double Edged Sword

Your own little excursion
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Sydney is a huge city. It encompasses so many suburbs and sprawls out like a giant neural network over miles and miles of space. It really is very different from New York City, so compact and simply connected by Subway ...
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Your own little excursion

Tips for Studying Abroad in London
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TIPS FOR STUDYING IN LONDON 1) CLASSES AREN'T SO EASY Academics are pretty rigorous in London, especially if you're taking economics or politics courses. I hear the creative writing class also has an incredibly heavy workload. Be sure to stay ...
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Tips for Studying Abroad in London

To Be Alone
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Paris is the most enchanting city in the world. That much is made obvious by the millions of movies and romantic dreams which are completely inhabited within in all of the Haussmanian style buildings. The short street which turn into ...
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To Be Alone

Bienvenidos a Madrid!
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Bienvenidos a Madrid! For whatever reason you decided to choose this city as your study abroad site, I hope you have an amazing time! Below, I’ve listed a few tips to get the most out of living in Spain, followed ...
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Bienvenidos a Madrid!

Consejos for Madrid
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Madrid is not too complex of a city for tourists- most of the tourist destinations are all within the central almond and thus generally no more than a 20 minute walk from each other.  But to really adjust and acclimate ...
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Consejos for Madrid

Bite Before You Are Bitten
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NYU Shanghai is a tricky place to recommend. I've had a lot of fun here, the building is nice and most of my professors are quite interesting. However, that definitely does not tell the full picture. As with many things ...
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Bite Before You Are Bitten

How to Berlin
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When I first arrived at NYU Berlin, I got swept up in the “college” atmosphere. I was suddenly surrounded by a limited number of students, who all focused on doing a limited number of things. During my first few months ...
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How to Berlin

Crucial Tips
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I would recommend studying abroad at NYU Shanghai to anyone who is openminded. For those that cannot divorce themselves from the small comforts and conveniences of daily American life, I do not think China is the place for you. The ...
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Crucial Tips

Advice from Mistakes and Luck
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I would absolutely recommend moving to Berlin, not just for the four month study abroad program but also just to live. I’d rather just advise you on general Berlin stuff since being a foreign exchange student a lot of the ...
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Advice from Mistakes and Luck

Why Go Just Four Hours Away?
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I am sure Washington D.C. is not many peoples first choice of a study abroad site. After all it is only a mere 4-5 hours away from New York City however I would recommend going to D.C. I wouldn’t recommend ...
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Why Go Just Four Hours Away?

Go Beyond NYU Paris
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NYU Paris is, as expected, a little NYU enclave in the midst of a giant French metropolitan city. At NYU Paris, everyone speaks English and talks about where they can get delivery pizza and sushi. They share stories of meeting ...
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Go Beyond NYU Paris

Tips for the Brave
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If you’re going to move to Shanghai, let me tell you now that you’re going to need a lot more than just these tips. It’s really an adjustment and while it’s fun and exciting, it requires a sense of dedication; ...
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Tips for the Brave

Watch Your Step
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I’m going to start out this post by telling a story about my morning. I woke up and called my mom. She seemed happy to hear from me, so I decided to take this opportunity to tell her about the ...
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Watch Your Step

Welcome Abroad
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When I first found out that I was coming to Paris for my fall semester, I certainly had a plethora of questions that I just felt lost in. Where was I going to live? Was i going to have a ...
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Welcome Abroad

When one is tired of London one is tired of life. - Samuel Johnson
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Tips for NYU students in London: 1. Call it the left side of the road, not the wrong side. British people will be very offended if you call it the wrong side. They refer to it as the correct side ...
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When one is tired of London one is tired of life. – Samuel Johnson

Berlin’s Neighborhoods: Past and Future
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How many lives can one city have? Quite a few if the city is Berlin. Royal capital, imperial seat, economic powerhouse, center of enlightenment … before becoming a synonym for decadence in the 1920s and ’30s, then a Nazi stronghold. Bombed, invaded, ...
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Berlin’s Neighborhoods: Past and Future

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  • IMG_9157-1: Zoya
  • Louvre: Anna L
  • Varenna, Lake Como: Alexandra L
  • IMG_0171: Abie
  • Plaza de Mayo: Alexandra G
  • Berlin art: DeviantArt
  • Piazzale Michelangelo: Firenze Today
  • Good Times at the Beach: Bhavani Pitti
  • brandenburger tor: Veda Kamra
  • santa-maria-novella1: AroundTuscany
  • Speaker’s Balcony: Daniela
  • Milan: Diana
  • Captura de pantalla 2017-04-28 a las 18.39.40: Vanessa
  • choc pot: Trip Advisor
  • maxresdefault: NYUAD Admissions
  • Prague River: Ankita
  • NYU Buenos Aires: Nela Noll
  • Negev: Nathan
  • Hosier Lane Melbourne: Tamera
  • The 1 & Only Superfox: Harry
  • A Not-So-Local Bar: Vivian
  • 15435683_683230218502523_438637982_n: Anne
  • Torres Del Paine: JT
  • me: Kai
  • Prague for Dummies: Jake
  • blog: Cassi
  • Klobasa Papriky: Zianna
  • coke-v-kofola: Kai
  • my_business_tips_header_image: http://ueatexas.com/wp-content/uploads/my_business_tips_header_image.jpg
  • cinque_terre: Sammie
  • Via Roma: Megan Cutaran
  • IMG_5193: Shireen Khandelwal
  • Shanghai is ahead of 19 different time zones: Daniella
  • La Tour Eiffel: Olivia Hoffman
  • IMG_4168: Sydney
  • Jing’an Temple: Matthew G
  • Sydney-Opera-House: Christine F
  • Brian Greco – NYU Shanghai: Brian Greco
  • Kreuzberg bar: Charlotte
  • This is what I imagine that scene when you’re deciding between Buenos Aires and Bolivia to look like: Marsha
  • Lincoln Memorial: KP Tripathi via Flickr
  • Tianzifang: absolutechinatours.com
  • Obelisco: Soccermetrics
  • Pickpocket: Pinoy Transplant
  • Squad: Jenny Han
  • bologna: Erica Pappas
  • Teeny Italian Cars: Serena Wong
  • Il Vittoriano: Lindsey Giostra
  • Casa de Campo: Daniel McElroy
  • Tellaballshake: Christina Buru
  • Oktoberfestwheel: Akemi Aiello
  • Climbing_the_Duomo: Kathryn Jones
  • Chausson aux pommes: Bridor
  • Autumn in Prague: http://www.bohemia-apartments.com/blog/posts/autumn-in-prague-with-bohemia-apartments/
  • candystore: Nelso
  • Shakespeare’s Globe: Kerry Candeloro
  • Buenos Aires Tips: Daniel Yeom
  • Double Coat Tim Tams: Calorie King
  • Bliss: Matthew Seepersad
  • Wli Waterfalls: Rachel
  • Once a Tourist, Always a Tourist: Madrid: Susan Lee
  • Sydney Opera House: Avanty Kavi
  • TG: BoomsBeat
  • prague buildings: Avantgarde Prague
  • London Eye: Michael Frazier
  • Perfect Paris: Misty
  • Welcome to Ghana: Monica Jeannormil, From Private to Public
  • PragueAtNight: NYU Local
  • Whitehaven Beach: Megan Cutaran
  • tips-photo: Rose Gilroy
  • Musee D’Orsay: Elizabeth Buckingham
  • St. Pancras International: Evan Powell
  • Shanghai timelapse: Colossal
  • Dogtown: Cityweekend
  • unnamed-1: Ethan Kraft
  • NYU SHANGHAI: Andrew Eisenson
  • My Proverbial Prison: James Gregory
  • : Global Times China
  • North Head Manly: Tyler Finley
  • 10405635_10203340505772358_3231279615540668309_n: Sally
  • Boulevard Saint-Germain: Tous Escaleux
  • Parque Retiro: Yanina-Stefania Yasevich
  • Se Habla Español: Venga, Vale, Vamos
  • dogg: ealuxe
  • Perry’s: http://img.timeoutshanghai.com/201401/20140124062313346_Medium.jpg
  • DC and Ducks: Sidney
  • Screen-Shot-2014-12-04-at-12.18.22-AM: China Mike
  • Untitled: Rachel Levine-Ramirez
  • Saint Vitus Cathedral in Prague: Jason Vu
  • keep-calm-and-go-to-london-375: Pinteres