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with questions about a program or a request to meet one on one about a specific program outside of office hours. I want to be a Global Guide because I want to encourage students to partake in a great opportunity that will change your life. I got to meet so many new friends from UH and try the delicious food that Mexico has to offer. I was able to be fully immersed in the culture and this helped alot when learning Spanish. I must to say it was a combination of independence, meeting people and the beautiful scenery and landmarks I saw. It was the everyday experiences that made my study abroad trip so memorable. It was very humbling to explore the streets of cities that are so rich in culture and history. I did partake in the typical tourist attractions, like tossing a coin at the Trevi Fountain or the cheesy pose at Leaning Tower of Pisa, I also enjoyed shopping, eating and traveling as the locals did. trip sparked my wanderlust and I hope I can help other students embark on their own learning abroad journey.