At the beginning of our trip, we discussed the idea of liminal space, and how we would be taking a break from our comfortable reality. In travelling, we are suspending ourselves from our everyday experiences, to instead, learn in an experiential way. We have been given the opportunity to experience things that wouldn’t be as easily understood, if it had been taught in a classroom. This style of learning is what makes the knowledge gained more meaningful, tangible, and unique. Considering all of the sites and cities we’ve visited, and everything that we’ve learned and experienced, we’ve come to understand that breaking from our reality is both substantial and valuable.
Memorable is the time we rode the crowded London underground, to visit the British Museum. Where we viewed the unimaginably vast collecti
After this, we traveled to Rome, where we walked through the historic site of the Roman Forum. Surrounded by the ruins of ancient architecture, in a city that is so modern, reminds me how far humanity has come, without being able to forget how much further we still have to go. In Perugia, entering the remains of the city’s historic castle, we learned about its captivating history. Having been preserved and embraced, this history now shapes its future generations.
It wasn’t until I was walking through Mauthausen