A small vacation to Colorado

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School’s right around the corner! So I had to throw in a quick Colorado trip to get the full winter experience (since you know, New Mexico lacks in the snow department). Colorado did not disappoint!  We stayed in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. It’s a quaint town about 4 hours away from Albuquerque (perfect for a mini vay-cay). The […]

Fingers Crossed, Inshallah and All That Jazz

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Despite the struggle of moving apartments after a massive outbreak of mold (water-damage finally did its work, lesson learned), things are improving steadily. This might be attributable to the much-needed break I had with family in Namibia, followed by a week in London. It was so strange to be back in regions where English was […]

New Years Resolutions

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So… Instead of writing my New Years resolutions in a journal where I could bury them away, never to be looked at again, I am writing them here in the hopes that for once in my life I actually hold myself accountable for the resolutions brought on by the new year. Procrastinate less Cook more […]

Happy Holidays From Croatia

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This year is the first I have spent away from family. Lucky for me, Croatia has been a perfectly kind and accomodating host this holiday season. Here are a few snap shots from my recent Christmas and New Year festivities. Who else is glad 2016 is over? My first adult attempt at Christmas decorating Zagreb […]

Wunderbar – Tastes Better than the Old Dog Chow

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When travelling in a small group, comprised of you and two Germans, you will often be introduced or interpreted as a third, honorary German for simplicity’s sake. This is the story of a wunderbar trip to Tanger (or Tangier) and Asilah – both cities have stolen my heart. Arriving in Tanger, I was blown away […]

Festivals in Korea

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I’m not sure if it is a well-known fact, but festivals are very, very popular in Asia. There’s ALWAYS some kind of festival going on here in Seoul, and therefore always something to do. I’ve attended quite a few of them—some by chance, and others purposefully. Many of them aren’t noteworthy, but I’ll tell you […]