Meet the Traveler

My name is Hannah and I have an incurable case of wanderlust.

Ever since I was young, I’ve loved to travel. My first trip to the west coast on an airplane sealed this fate and since then I’ve found myself leaving bits of my heart in Taiwan, Dubai, Germany, The Netherlands, Austria, Poland, The Czech Republic, Wales, England and Scotland.

I spent a summer studying at Trinity College, Oxford University and found myself well suited to living abroad. As I travel, I seek to integrate myself right into life as if I really lived there. What other way is there to travel? I won’t be a tourist.

I spent my junior year abroad in London and fell in love with the city. I’m destined to live there someday, I know it, but for now that will have to wait.

Currently Traveling: I’m currently on a  Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Fellowship in Taiwan. I live in Yilan where the weather is either wet or hot! After this, I’ll be back in the states for graduate school to get my Masters in Elementary Inclusive Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Join me as I maneuver life in a foreign country, as a teacher, and as a young adult.

No shiny hotels here, just a big case of Wanderlust!

Oh, and feel free to contact me at hbrower624@gmail.com, I’d love to chat or answer questions!

This is not an official Department of State website or blog and the views and information presented are my own and do not represent the Fulbright Program or the U.S. Department of State.

4 thoughts on “Meet the Traveler

  1. Yay! Keep on posting! Love your photos of in and around London or wherever yourself in the years to come and your comments on what it means to be an international citizen or the world.

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