Camaraderie

Everyone who goes to Harding University knows the word “camaraderie” and is able to define it thanks to one of our presidents, Dr. David B. Burks. “Camaraderie” is defined as a time for fellowship. It’s a time that is spent together with friends and family hanging out and talking. For about a week, the group […]

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The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a great place to relax on the beach! I have been traveling with a friend for about a week and one of the places that we decided to go was Amalfi because it is known for being relaxing. The Amalfi Coast is made up of other municipalities and the one that […]

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Venetian Adventures

There is so much you can do in Venice! My friend and I were in Venice for four days and there wasn’t enough time in the day to see it all. A suggestion to those traveling, plan ahead! We decided we would wait until we got here to decide what we wanted to do. That […]

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The Unpublished Post

Before I got a blog, I wrote a piece that I never published. Right now, I am on a train on my way to the Amalfi Coast reminiscing about how I got to where I am today just like I did a year ago. For me, it’s funny to think about where I am now […]

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When In Rome

Rome is an ancient city full of culture and history. There is so much that needs to be seen in Rome that it is wise to take a few days to sight-see the fan favorites such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, the Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, and the list […]

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Cooking School

If you go to Italy and you happen to be in Florence, you should go to the Giglio Cooking School! There they will spend 3 hours with you teaching you how to cook a delicious Italian meal! The staff are very patient, sweet, and they speak both Italian and English. Most of the meals that they […]

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Scacciata Bread

Bread is a huge part of Italy’s cuisine and a table without bread is unheard of in Italy. Italians used to add salt in their bread, but then they started making saltless bread because salt was taxed and only the state was allowed to sell it. If a family wanted to get salt, they would have […]

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