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Sharing Fall 2017 Voyager reflections, 200 days after disembarkation

Times flies aboard the MV World Odyssey. Exploring in-country, attending classes while at sea, studying for finals, and training for Sea Olympics — 106 days go by awfully quickly, and before voyagers realize it, disembarkation has already come.

Adjusting to life on land after a voyage can take longer. It may¬†be hard to believe, but July 11 marks 200 days since the Fall 2017 Voyage disembarked the ship in San Diego, CA.¬†As the voyage came to a close in December, faculty, Lifelong Learners, and students all reflected on what they enjoyed most about their study abroad experience, what they’ll miss about their voyage, and what they learned about themselves and the world.

Scroll through the photos below to see how a few Fall 2017 Voyagers were feeling in the days before disembarkation.

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