Odetty Tineo, AhDream Smith, and Catherine (Casey) Reed at Machu Picchu in Peru.
Joanna Bourain sends us these pictures from her travels while on study abroad in England.
A duck attacking another bird.
Ducks in Joanna’s kitchen.
A duck at Joanna’s feet.
Ducks in the fountain at Alcazar Palace, Seville, Spain.
Carrie Cohen sends us these photos from her travels in Argentina and Peru.
Waina Picchu, overlooking Machu Picchu in Peru.
On a glacier in El Calafate, Patagonia, Argentina.
Lake Titicaca in Peru.
Iguazu Falls in Argentina.
Huong Nguyen is on study abroad in Denmark and sends us these pictures from Copenhagen and a recent trip to Istanbul.
Huong and two friends in front of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen.
Huong with her host mom and grandmom in a town outside Copenhagen.
With a friend in front of Hagia Sofia in Istanbul, Turkey.
In a Turkish restaurant on the Asian side of Istanbul.
Geri Rosenberg is on study abroad in Copenhagen this semester and sends these pictures from a recent trip to Abisko, Sweden, inside the Arctic Circle.
Dogsledding in the mountains near Abisko.
Two views from the Torneträsk, the second deepest lake in Sweden originating from the remains of a glacier.
The train station in Abisko.
Here are some pictures from Elana Metsch-Ampel’s adventure in Heredia, Costa Rica.
Michael Nelson is studying at the University of London this semester and sends us these pictures from his travels.
AhDream Smith is studying abroad in Ecuador this semester and sends us these pictures taken in the Andes, right on the equator.
Raghu Appasani volunteered through Unite for Sight with the AB Eye Institute in Patna, Bihar State, India over the winter break. A photo gallery of images from his experience can be found here.
Hannah Berkman sends us this photo of herself with some Wesleyan friends in the Majorelle Garden in Marrakech, Morocco. From left to right: Hannah Berkman, Tess Minter, and Carolyn Mortell.
Elizabeth Cothern sends this picture from Accra, Ghana. She writes:
“The photo was taken of me in Madina Market, only a short Tro-Tro (the local bus here) ride away from the international students hostel at the University of Ghana. When I first visited Madina Market I was definitely overwhelmed – it was loud, hectic, and seemed to be exploding with people. If I took a wrong turn I ended up in the produce section with aisle after aisle of every imaginable type of meat out for display. As intimidating as it was at first, the market has become one of my favorite places in Accra. I’m often visiting it once a week to pick up some groceries or buy notebooks for class. They truly sell everything. “
Rich Leuchter is studying at King’s College, London, this semester and sends us these two stereotypically Londonesque photos for posting to the blog.
Here are some more photos from Sam Weiner’s Maasai homestay in Tanzania.
Adam Ilowite is is studying in Aix-en-Provence this semester and sends us these photographs.
Top of Mt. St. Victoire with the Wellesley-in-Aix Study Abroad Program in Aix-en-Provence, South of France.
Cassis, South of France.
Marseille, South of France.
Marseille, South of France.