These days, traveling to a far-away country is as common among college students as pledging a fraternity, and from Spain to Somalia, virtually no destination is considered out of bounds. Student travel, through gap years and study-abroad programs, has become so casual that when something does go wrong—as it did when American student Amanda Knox famously ended up tried and convicted of murder in Italy last year—it comes as a disorienting shock to students who apparently thought that the world is one big Lonely Planet-approved adventure for the taking.

Knox, however, who was found guilty of killing her British roommate in a sensational, internationally watched trial, is not the first student to end up in prison abroad—and her roommate isn’t the first to have been murdered. From students marooned in the wilds of Ghana to military evacuations in Lebanon, The Daily Beast presents seven horror stories of student travel gone wrong.

Constantino Diaz-Duran has written for the New York Post, the Washington Blade, and the Orange County Register. He lives in Manhattan and is an avid Yankees fan. You'll find him on Twitter as @ cddNY .

These days, traveling to a far-away country is as common among college students as pledging a fraternity, and from Spain to Somalia, virtually no destination is considered out of bounds. Student travel, through gap years and study-abroad programs, has become so casual that when something does go wrong—as it did when American student Amanda Knox famously ended up tried and convicted of murder in Italy last year—it comes as a disorienting shock to students who apparently thought that the world is one big Lonely Planet-approved adventure for the taking.

Knox, however, who was found guilty of killing her British roommate in a sensational, internationally watched trial, is not the first student to end up in prison abroad—and her roommate isn’t the first to have been murdered. From students marooned in the wilds of Ghana to military evacuations in Lebanon, The Daily Beast presents seven horror stories of student travel gone wrong.

Constantino Diaz-Duran has written for the New York Post, the Washington Blade, and the Orange County Register. He lives in Manhattan and is an avid Yankees fan. You'll find him on Twitter as @ cddNY .

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Once you've made it to the first floor, find a big door in a hallway in Lecture Building ( ground floor ). Travel through the glowing door from the Lecture Building, and there will a lantern that you can light to travel to the Hunters Dream.


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