Back in Seattle
Posted by Andy Steves in on December 13, 2010.
Yes, I've made it home safe and sound and am enjoying taking in the beautiful views of the Puget Sound here 20 minutes north of Seattle. WSA's innaugural tour season wrapped up with spectacular successes across the board with sold out tours, 100% positive reviews and more. I really couldn't have asked for a better start to Weekend Student Adventures. It is incredibly rewarding to see this concept I've developed transform into something real and manifest itself in real enhancements to the study abroad experience for over 80 happy WSA tour alums. Over the next few weeks I plan to take a break from the egg nog and recount a number of rich experiences I've had over the last several months. In the mean time, be sure to read our testimonials section, as well as check out our slew of new tours for next semester.
Merry Christmas everyone and Happy Travels!
Thanks to all who've made WSA a possibility, and I'm very encouraged by the direction that we are taking.
WSA is a great way to see a new place! They pick the greatest hostels to stay at and the best things to experience. Not to mention Bogi (our tour guide) was awesome! I met lots of friends and had the best experience of my lifeCeanna Chapman, University of Kansas ~ DIS, Copenhagen, Spring 2016
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