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3 Things I Learned During My First Solo Trip By Go Seek Explore’

My long weekend in Paris this summer was the first time I ever traveled solo, and I learned a lot within that short span of time. I had a lot of questions before I left, which I can assume are the same nervous jitters most people get when they travel by themselves for the first time, especially to a foreign city… (read more)

USA: Relfections By ‘Out and About’

I’ve been meaning to sit down and write this for a long time – since I’ve been back – but it’s taken me a while to get settled and gather my thoughts (not to mention working everyday)! I apologise for the large time gap between my posts, but here it is! I’ve been home for almost two whole months now… (read more)

Tips and Tricks: Travel Style By Hepburn and Handbags’

There is nothing worse than being on a plane for several hours in an uncomfortable outfit, or lugging your overstuffed suitcase through the terminal in inappropriate shoes. Looking good when traveling is something that takes more effort than one would think- you don’t want to show up in your pajamas but you also can’t be expected to travel in cocktail attire… (read more)

A Comparative Analysis Between Skydiving and Bungee Jumping By Travvel Sized

It didn’t take long after my Tough Mudder shenanigans for my body to start going into adrenaline withdrawal and since the weather was heating up, my plunges into the glacial lakes weren’t cutting it like they used to. There was no more (literal) breath taking and heart stopping excitement and I needed more… (read more)

 

Euroadventures: Travel With Me By WanderLoveee’

So I was offered and I accepted a position with a student travel company called Euroadventures. It is a an extremely easy way to travel while you are studying abroad. They were my savior during my semester in Europe. I don’t think I would have been able to see all of the places that I did if it wasn’t for this awesome company and now I get the opportunity to give other students that experience… (read more)

What Happens in the Hammam Stays in the Hammam By ‘Girl vs Globe’

I am fairly certain I was told to undress to my underwear before entering a Moroccan hammam. But the air is so hot I can feel it scrambling my brain and my confidence in its abilities waning. I must have gotten it wrong. Embarrassed, I begin to put on my shirt… (read more

4 Reasons Why I Will Always Love Chicago By ‘Viatic Couture’

About once a year (more than that if I’m lucky), I end up spending some time in Chicago. It’s a six-hour drive from where I live (at least seven with traffic), but the long trip is worth it every single time, and I’ve made too many memories there to count… (read more)

Ashley Mungiguerra

Hofstra University | 15 stories

Ashley is a Journalism and Political Science double major and double minor in French and European Studies at Hofstra University in New York, but she was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She is an avid reader, writer, and lover of old movies, NYC, and anything French. She is a member of Zeta Phi Eta, a pre-professional communications co-ed fraternity, a modern dance company, and a campus tour guide. Her dream job is to work as a TV news anchor for a major network.


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