Studying in the United States is a wonderful experience for the reason that the American academic system is qualified as one of the best in the world. Okay, we all agree on that point. But let’s be honest here, there are many more benefits attached to being a student in North America. Aren’t you curious? Aren’t you eager to see what’s around you? Aren’t you excited for some international student travel?
Think of it this way, you are studying in a country with an amazing variety of landscapes that you’ve only seen on TV. Anybody would be eager to get around and discover! At least, I am; and I have been from the moment I arrived here. That is why, every break during the school year is an excuse for me to travel. Traveling in the United States is a dream. From New York to San Diego, from Chicago to Los Angeles; countryside or city, whatever makes you feel at home. Lots of ways to conveniently travel are available to you for good deals. You could also have a very cool roommate who would one day come to you and say “let’s go for a road trip.” Let’s hope that happens because it would be worth it! There are so many places that are wealthy of lots of kinds of landscapes. When I say that, I especially think about California. Visualize the situation, you are now in a desert surrounded by mountains; then you drive for an hour and finally end up at the beach.
Keep in mind that the United States is a very wide country and that there is much more to discover than you would ever imagine. Most of the international students that I personally know apparently understood that idea since most of us do not miss the opportunity to travel around whenever we can. We all know that our experience as students in the United States will never feel complete if we do not make the best of it by taking a selfie with the Statue of Liberty. It is usually easy to travel in the U.S. since a two-hour drive does not seem long to American people. Please, we all know it’s very difficult, but don’t forget to leave the city you’ve fell in love with and to go back to campus at one point!