‘Study Abroad’? More Like ‘Holiday Abroad’

While yes this internship can be like a holiday (aka vacation for those who don't speak British), what I really mean is there are holidays abroad. Holidays will vary semester to semester, but everybody will get some holiday abroad. We had three holidays, and since there are conveniently three of us, we're each going to … Continue reading ‘Study Abroad’? More Like ‘Holiday Abroad’

Where to Eat in Stratford

With all the food options in Stratford, it can be overwhelming to know where the best places to eat are. Here is a comprehensive guide created by Grace Lester to help you get started (though this will probably not make any sense until you're in Stratford). **This is from the perspective of a vegetarian/vegan** *There … Continue reading Where to Eat in Stratford

England 101

When it comes to describing America vs. England, I think the jock from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure said it best: "Everything is different but the same... things are more moderner than before... bigger and yet smaller... it's computers... San Dimas High School football rules!” To help you keep track of what is different but the same, … Continue reading England 101

How to Get to the London England Temple the Easy Way

If you want to have a temple trip while you're here, then this is the post for you. First of all, check if the Warwick Branch is going to have a temple trip while you're here. Trust us, it's easier to go with them if that's possible. But if you're like us and that isn't … Continue reading How to Get to the London England Temple the Easy Way

Top 10 Things I Love about England

1. Hall’s Croft. This is one of the Shakespeare family homes that the SBT cares for, and I love it more than life itself. The pied wagtail in all his wingèd glory 2. Birds. Ok, I don’t know what it is, but the birds here seem 100% happier than the birds in Utah. Everywhere I … Continue reading Top 10 Things I Love about England

O Mistress Mine, Where Are You Rome-ing?: A Solo Travel Guide

Last week, I went on holiday to Italy (thanks to my wonderful internship), and it was incredible. I began my trip in Rome, journeyed to Florence, and completed my trip in the Cinque Terre. I traveled alone, which had its own benefits and drawbacks. Consequently, this week, you get to hear my thoughts about travel, … Continue reading O Mistress Mine, Where Are You Rome-ing?: A Solo Travel Guide