Where in the world would you like to be right now? If not behind your desk at work or in the library studying for finals as a college students WHERE IN THE WORLD WOULD YOU RATHER BE? Comment your answer below!
Where would I rather be on this boring monday?
Considering it has been almost a year since I was living in Rome, lately I have been feeling rather “Rome Sick” which i why i choose Rome, Italy as where I’d rather be today!
Here is a photo of Campo de’ Fiori located in the heart of Rome and where I spent many afternoons walking around and enjoying the fresh produce available in the market.
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The meme’s “First World Problems” have been gracing the internet for over 5 years and during that time it has got lots of attention on twitter, facebook and other social media sharing websites. First world problems describe a set of issues that individuals may face as “privileged individuals in wealthy countries”. The meme’s may take a stab at anything from complaining about a cellphone, laptop or tablet. To complaining about the amount of TV shows they missed and need to catch up on this week. Needless to say, no matter what is being highlighted in any particular meme is usually funny; and somewhat relatable (at least to my audience here on this blog). Famous comedian Louis C.K features “first world problem” jokes in his popular stand-up act called “Hilarious”. Aside from the comedy act “First world problems” has been filling up the net in any media possible and has even become the inspiration for many other meme’s including “first world cat problems”, “white girl problems” and “first world stoner problems”. This internet phenomenon is not likely to stop anytime soon and people continue think of new “first world problems” everyday!
Click the photo for a link to Buzzfeed’s list of “15 Examples of First World Problems”
For this week I have decided to feature a photo that is not my own for the first time. To address the issue of copyright I have used a creative commons search engine to find this website. The site directed me to flicker where I was provided with plenty of amateur photographs that are legal to feature on my blog. This particular photo was taken in Peru, although I have never been there it is on my list of places I wish to visit! This stunning photo features a church called the Cusco Cathedral. Click through on the link to check out where i got the photo!
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This photo was taken in the heart of one of Spain’s most colorful cities! This particular must see attraction was even featured in a Star Wars movie! Do you know where this is? Once you think you have the answer click the photo to see if you are correct!
March 14, 2013
Tagged Abroad, beautiful, city, colorful, fun, new, pretty, spain, starwars, studyabroad, travel
Wanna learn more about the Tiber River located in Rome, Italy? Click the photo!
March 13, 2013
Tagged beautiful, blackandwhite, filmphoto, italy, river, rome, romeitaly, studyabroad, tiber, tiberriver, travel