Day 1 – Departure

I’m going to try and blog everyday of my adventure at least once but we shall see how long that lasts. Today is Day 1 of my adventure to the other side of the world. I’m currently sitting at Pearson Airport in Toronto waiting to board our flight to Frankfurt, Germany. Frankfurt is our first of two stops on our journey to Singapore. Since Toronto was hit with a major snow storm today, many flights have been cancelled or delayed, we are hoping that we will be okay. I’d like to have a little bit of down time in Frankfurt before heading to Istanbul. In Istanbul we will have a five hour layover (are you kidding?) – I’m dreading the length of the trip to Singapore (I JUST WANNA GET THERE NOW, haha).  I want to GET AWAY from this -20 business and the snow, I’d like to be in 35 degree weather soaking up the sun and eating every kind of food that I CANNOT get in Canada. 

In all seriousness, I can’t believe I’m done school and that I’m about to travel for two months!! The past three and a half years of school were stressful!! I have met so many incredible people at Laurier and I could not have completed my undergraduate degree without each and every one of them. There has been a ton of ups and downs over the last three and a half years but I can confidently say the last three and a half years at Laurier have been the best years of my life. I have completed an undergraduate degree, I’ve found lifelong friends and I have had the best relationship with a guy that likes me (and all my weirdness)

It’s almost time to board the flight –  I may blog once I hit Frankfurt if I have time! 




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