|A DAY IN THE LIFE...||STUDY ABROAD||EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING||HONORS FACULTY||NEWS||PHOTOS|
For the Honors Program, I chose to opt for the language minor to get my extra honors credits necessary to graduate. I am currently a Spanish minor, but will be changing that to a major when returning to ISU next fall. I had originally wanted to go to Spain, but decided against that once I heard a lot of good things about the program I am currently enrolled in here. So, here I am in Costa Rica. It has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life and I have only been here a month so far. I am glad that I took the risk and come abroad for a whole semester. I have done many firsts on this trips and I continue to test my limits and do something new every day. It is awesome to be able to learn the language from a first-hand perspective. I use the language every day in and out of class and I have already seen an improvement after a month. I have been able to volunteer at an orphanage, go to the beach, see a volcano, visit a coffee plantation, and so many other things that I can’t list them all.
This picture above is a lookout point I went to close to Puerto Viejo.
The photos below are from La Paz Waterfall Gardens where I saw waterfalls, held toucans, butterflies, and saw animals.
The sunsets of Tamarindo Beach