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Waka Waka, This Time for Africa!

On day three of the program, we toured the Cape Town stadium where the 2010 World Cup was hosted. As a Sports/ Entertainment/ Events Management major, this was a once in a lifetime experience for me. 

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Facing My Fears: Diving with Sharks

What better way to spend our last day in Cape Town then diving with Great White Sharks!

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Great Ocean Road

We had a very long day today, but it was well worth the 14 hours on and off the bus. We got to take a tour of the Great Ocean Road, which had multiple stops and was the most gorgeous view of the ocean I have ever seen.11722274_10205869369406636_4180090044438371493_o

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Welcome to Cape Town!

If you don't know where Cape Town is, it is on the south-west tip of the continent of Africa in the country of South Africa. Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities that I have ever seen. On one side of the city are beautiful beaches and ocean front properties. On the other side are iconic mountains such as Table Mountain and Lions Head which creates what is known as the city bowl. 
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Finally to Barcelona!

Hola! ladies & gentlemen,

Barcelona is a magnificent city. You will fall in love the moment that you see it. It has a lot of historical landmarks, beautiful scenery and architecture. 

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Bye Bye Singapore, Hello Thailand

Hey! Hope everyone is doing well. This blog will cover my last week in Singapore and my first day in Thailand. 
So for one of our last classes in Singapore we were shown how to make several Chinese dishes, and this duck along with a baby pig (-_-) was a victim. I normally don't consume baby animals, so I was a bit sad about the pig.

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Here At Last!

First off, I had a great time in Los Angeles getting to spend time with friends and family. But, I was definitely eager to get to Melbourne. When I got to my gate at LAX, I met a few of the people in my program who were all so nice. When we boarded the plane, five minutes before take off, no one was in my row. I thought to myself, could I be this lucky again? But, within the next minute, a guy sat down. Shucks! Fortunately the seat in between us was empty though. I got to talking to the guy and funny enough he is from Melbourne, but planning on moving to Colorado. Such a small world we live in.

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