Okay guys, sorry for the delay. The next couple entries will involve going back in time to the first days of April... Enjoy!
Not much of a break for the traveler after my Italy trip. Thursday I took a day trip to Neuchatel. Yes, technically it was academic because I had one of my 8 required hour-long interviews for my paper there, but let’s be real, after the interview was over I did not do anything academic-related for the rest of the day. There was a cute little Swiss town to explore! I wandered around the old town (one of the cutest ones I’ve been to yet – they just keep getting better and better!), took a free tour of the castle up on the hill, and visited the baker, fromagerie, fruit market, and butcher to get some quality picnic makings. Then I wandered along the lakefront and found a perfect picnic spot on the rocks down by the water’s edge (over the handrail of the sidewalk of course – I decided it was more of a suggestion than a deterrent…) with a view of the city and the water. The only thing missing was the mountains because unfortunately it
This is an ongoing, occasionally updated blog for whenever I'm off traveling the world doing exciting things. The first entries are from my gap year (2008-2009) of traveling and volunteering internationally. Now I will be writing from Switzerland where I am studying International Relations and Multilateral Diplomacy through the School for International Training for the spring semester (2012) and then from various places around Europe as I continue my travels. Enjoy! ... full info