By: Adrianna Woodburn It’s the time of year. The special moment young adults are all rushing home to open the large letters in the mail from colleges and universities. Do they get accepted? Is there a scholarship? The past two years I myself have had this experience. The overwhelming sense of joy and amazement. You … More Embracing the Detour
I went on an amazing trip with my boyfriend in November 2018 and we had the best weekend away! I think Philadelphia is a great place for couples, families and friends to go and enjoy a history rich environment. … More My Favourite Philly Stops
While visiting Ometepe Island I helped to prepare the traditional Nicaraguan Baho meal alongside a talented and passionate Nica woman. By: Gabby Richardson Nicaraguan cuisine is known as being hearty. Plantains, rice, beans, chicken, pork and beef are some of the main culinary staples of a Nicaraguan diet. The traditional dish Baho incorporates some of … More I learned how to make a Traditional Nicaraguan dish called Baho!
By: Gabby Richardson This past year a few friends made me realize Podcasts are an amazing source of entertainment and even interesting facts, which I am particularly fond of. I now listen to podcasts during a car ride, while riding the bus, taking the train, and even flying. Why not learn something new or hear … More Podcasts?
By: Adrianna Woodburn Instead of trying to come up with some crazy resolutions that I’ll never stick too, I’d like to close out 2018 by reflecting on what I’m thankful for. 2018 saw a lot of challenges for my family. I said goodbye to some amazing people in my life who are all now resting … More The End of 2018
By: Gabby Richardson Here are a few photos of the many ceramic pieces found in Zorita Castle’s cemetery during archaeological excavations in July 2018. To learn more about archaeological excavations in Zorita Castle, check out Gabby Richardson’s field report and “The Dig”
By: Gabby Richardson In July of 2018, I was lucky enough to participate in an archaeological dig with ArchaeoSpain. It took place in the small town of Zorita de los Canes, home to only 90 people. So what drew in a crew of 9 volunteer archaeology students? The medieval structure, sitting atop this small town, … More “The Dig”