Golden Triangle Tour

By Idiaz While we were in Nattika Resort, Catalina and I planned a “live cooking demo” activity for the guests. Nattika Resort has the Ayurvedic concept; therefore, the food is healthy and the guests were interested in learning more about it. Although Indian food is very spicy, I have to admit that it is delicious.…

Travel Experience

By Catalina Quinones Laura and I decided to do a Live Cooking Demo for the guests, because many of them have made compliments about the food in the hotel. Indian food is delicious, this is definitively one of the things that I like the most about this experience. Indian food have many flavors, spices, and…

Summer Trip to Ireland: A Journey of Self-Discovery

By Desirae Kay Johnson I have gone through several phases of self-discovery throughout my academic career at Kennesaw State University. The first phase occurred when I was an undergraduate at the university: It was my awakening. I learned things about myself, I discovered that I had strong opinions about a wide variety of topics, and…

Challenges of being a women in India

By Catalina Quinones During the last weeks Laura and I have been working on the hotel website, photos, and social events. It’s been amazing since almost all the hotel staff and some guests already know us. Indian people are extremely friendly. Indians, as collectivists, use communication to build and maintain relationships. In this sense, they…

Dorm Life Ain’t No Good Life, But It’s My Life

By Desirae Kay Johnson I had a privileged dorm room experience back in my undergraduate days at Columbus State University. I lived at the Rankin—a posh off-campus dorm/apartment building next to the Schwob School of Music. We had large, walk-in closets, full-sized kitchens and spacious bathrooms. I had to share my room with another student,…

Center Stage

Since my previous post, I have calmed down tremendously. I took a few hours to rest and regroup.  As I mentioned before, there are a few students and professors from Kennesaw’s Theater and Arts department, as well as the Dean of College of Social Sciences participating in the festival.  I was excited to meet up…