You know when you first meet someone or you go for a job interview and get asked about any skills or hobbies you may have? If you're like me...that is a REALLY DIFFICULT question. You can't talk about how you can sleep through any alarm or that you knew how to play piano once upon … Continue reading Skydiving – It’s for Everyone
So I've been MIA on keeping everyone updated on my travels and unfortunately you're going to have to wait just a bit longer. In the meantime here's a link to a quick video I did on how to spot an American in Europe. Its pretty rough and definitely unedited so don't be too harsh but … Continue reading How to Spot an American in Europe.
Alright, I think since I last blogged I’ve been to Munich, Germany, Zurich/Lucerne/Engelberg, Switzerland, Vaduz Liechtenstein, and Salzburg/Halstatt, Austria! This weekend I travel to the region of Tuscany in Italy. Going to all these amazing countries and seeing things I never thought possible is wonderful. However, I’ll be honest. It has not been easy being … Continue reading 5,035 Miles.
I have officially been an Italian law student for two entire weeks. WOW. The Italian semester works a bit differently than the American semester. For example, not all of my courses have begun. Different courses have different starting times and the Fall semester here starts in September and lasts until February. Since I have to … Continue reading Non Parlo Italiano
Alright, it has officially been a week since I started my journey to Trento, Italy and I’ll tell you all one thing…it’s been a whirlwind. This post is geared towards anyone wanting to study at the University of Trento, with my impressions/experiences sprinkled throughout. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have. I chose … Continue reading The Clueless American
Hi Everyone! I’m currently waiting for my flight to Italy to take off. Chances are if you’re reading this you already know me but I’m going to do a quick recap anyways. My name is Krista and I’m 25 years old. I’m from Kansas (hence the blog name). Thus far I’ve called the towns of … Continue reading Ciao America!