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May 2019

Authentic Interactions

A couple lounges in the Coliseum while figuring out their next destination. I stumbled down an intriguing cobblestone path tucked away behind the Trevi Fountain just to get away from the crowd. Just minutes before, thousands of people surrounded me… Read More »Authentic Interactions

Less Means More

An authentic Italian tomato sauce made with tomatoes, carrots, onions, celery, olive oil, and white wine.  I had never experienced food for the soul, until I had my first taste of Italy. Walking into Italian Chef Andrea Consoli’s cooking class,… Read More »Less Means More

The Eternal City

The view of The Eternal City from the lookout point on Palatine Hill.           Being in a foreign place can be an intimidating experience, especially when you are in a place that speaks a different language.… Read More »The Eternal City

Pieces of Home

Red flowers stand out in an otherwise neutral alleyway in Rome, Italy.  When I hobbled off the plane with my carry-on in hand, I became overwhelmed with pedestrians. Two signs read “baggage.” Both signs pointed in opposite directions. I sent… Read More »Pieces of Home

Bustle Report

The University of South Carolina New York City Maymester group was blessed with the opportunity to meet one of the top news, content producing digital groups of our modern day society, Bustle. Jason Wagenheim showed us around, he had an… Read More »Bustle Report

Berlin Recap

Instead of boring you with our last day of travel and flights home, I’ve decided to tell you about my favorite things that we did in Berlin. When you think of Berlin, graffiti is probably one of the first things… Read More »Berlin Recap

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