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25 countries by age 25

Come along on my journey as I study and explore the world. I'd love to take you with me.
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Sara Gunn

on 26 June 2012

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Transcript of 25 countries by age 25

Sara's travels Around the World
Hawaii and Alaska aren't
actually located there
Thanks for coming along
The Country
of Hungary
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My parents won a trip to Europe and took me and Becca to London, England in 2002
Paris
Provence
My dad won the trip by entering
into a contest online. It felt
like a or fairytale
come true.
Glasglow, Scotland
Beautiful
I lived in Vienna, Austria for 4 months in 2007
Study abroad program at Webster University
Bratislava, Slovakia
is just 1 hour by train from Vienna
Then I went to Venice, Italy for Carnival in
February 2007
Verbier, Switzerland
Getting ready
Up the chair lift
Preparing for the "blue diamond" slopes
Beautiful
Prague, Czech Republic
This is my home. I live in St. Louis, Missouri with my family and my twin sister.

It's my
favorite place
in the world!
i did not take these photos
Auschwitz, Poland
Concentration Camp
Ancient City
Trevi Fountain
Colosseum
Pantheon
Crowded Jazz bar
The Vatican
Street Performers
Friends from Denmark
Sistine Chapel
...and finally...
Barcelona, Spain
Accra, Ghana
I was lucky enough to study marketing in Tema, Ghana for 2 months through Webster University's Global Internship Exchange Program
Thailand is a peaceful place
The best part was being here studying and traveling with Becca for 4 months
Bangkok
St. Louis
Slovakia
Austria
Spain
France
England
Italy
Poland
Switzerland
Scotland
Guatemala
Work Hard,
Play Hard
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Malaysia
We went to Kuala Lumpor and then to Melaka, Malaysia for an entertaining all-day
festival
Cambodia
I took a solo spiritual day trip to Auschwitz
There is certainly a lot to do in Rome
music
I applied for yet another internship!
What a great time!
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Switzerland
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By myself in Rome
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I went here for a second study abroad trip
with Webster University in the fall semester of 2007
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Cross-cultural learning on an elephant in Chaing-Mai, Thailand with my sister.
My first time on a boat in the ocean
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Angkor Wat Temple
Memorial for genocide victims in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Capital City - Kuala Lumpor
our last trip in Asia was
Laos
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the border
along Mae Kong
River
"Golden Triangle"
Africa
me and the other interns at the Cocoa Processing Company (chocolate factory)
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International Development Internship
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dream
The Netherlands
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I worked at the American Cancer Society in 2008 and 2009 then went to graduate school in Leiden, the Netherlands until May 2011
Spring and Winter
view from my dorm room
Germany
camping at the race track
We stayed in a youth hostel, toured churches, listened to a small classical music concert, stumbled upon a movie set, and met nice people from London for this weekend trip . . .
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This is Denmark
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Ireland
Ireland was memorable
Ireland is one of my favorite countries. I had a great time horseback riding, touring the brewery, exploring Dublin nightlife, and Irish history
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BRUGGE
BRUSSELS
ANTHWERP
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Luxembourg
Luxembourg is about 2 hours from Southern Germany.
is a smaller country located between Germany, France and Belgium
Country
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Begin the
of traveling through
25 countries with me

journey
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Click here on Ragan's fork to see what happened to the tasty Belgium waffle
LONDON!
LONDON!
Belgium
is a small country located south of the Netherlands. My friend, Ragan, visited
Brussels with me
Where will #25 take me?
My goal is to see 25 countries
within 25 years of age!
Hold me accountable and ...
: )
Thanks for watching
12 hour flight
and first time
leaving home
Alps
One of the most photographed
trees in the world
Hiking a volcano
The English value fairness, privacy, personal independence,
and a stable environment that changes incrementally rather than abruptly.
The culture of France:
value solid relationships, hierarchy, education, and anything and all things French :)
This picture started my love for photography. I just take pictures of pretty things. Eastern Europe is worth visiting.
Italy is one of my top 3 favorite countries. Every city is magnificent.
Not quite like Colorado slopes
Prague is said to be the next
"Paris"
The Hungarian currency is the Forint.
Their staple diet is meat and potatoes.
A quiet somber day of remembrance and prayers
Spaniards love art and love to dance!
I learned the value of serenity and living in peace with nature
Angkor Wat was built around 1200 AD and took 30-35 years to build . . . imagine 4000 elephants and 300 billion tons of stone building 5 towers 65 meters tall.
A small Dutch town in Malaysia. Who would have guessed?
A surprise sweet treat. You find the greatest things when you least expect them
You can try snake, cobra, scorpion, or gecko whiskey here
Ghanaians pride themselves on being hospitable. They are friendly people and Ghana is one of the safest, most stable countries in Africa
The international legal capital of the world is in The Hague, with 100s of organizations, the International Criminal Court, the Peace Palace, and much more.
Known for their Tulips
The first female Chancellor of Germany is Angela Merkel.
order
structure
persistence
education
logic
the environment
Germans value
MODEST
RELATIONSHIP ORIENTED
LOYAL
TEAM PLAYERS
RESOURCEFUL
NETWORKING IS IMPORTANT
RESERVED WHEN SPEAKING UP IN PUBLIC
Denmark has "Lego Land" and roller coasters in the rain.
Jacob made me fried pig skin with cream sauce and potatoes. A Dannish traditional meal.
my wonderful parents
In the Hague is where I learned how to do a PREZI
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