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Good morning, good afternoon and good evening. Whenever or wherever you listening to us, and welcome to Swing with an international pedestrian podcast.
I'm your host, soon to be your favorite Ukrainian Urana. And throughout this podcast, I will be taking you through some of my stories and devices and tell you a bit more about how to and what to expect from the roller coaster called Studying Abroad. I know. I know it sounds hectic, but that is the true color of life and kind of international life. However, don't be dazzled because I am here to share my six years worth of traveling, studying and ultimately trying to come up with better jokes in English, which, let's be honest, it's not working, but I'm just trying to enjoy and explore complicated thing called life.
If this is something you are looking forward to or think that this is the most boring thing that you've ever heard. But like, you can give it a try because this girl sounds cool. Hop on the street, walk and let me tell you a thing or two about it. My name is Urana and I will be your international pedestrian for this small but very influential walk. Or at least I hope so.
God, I miss it. Can someone bring me to you? This was way too complicated. Hello.