Day one in Egypt; one for the books. So much happened and at different ends of the crazy spectrum. Where else can you be exfoliated, temporarily blinded, rescued by a mirage, greeted by a ghost, and conned by a wanna-be doctor to the tune of appetizer, main, and sweet. 1,161 more words
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Why we love this book
Because the idea of a postcard starting a journey seems like a forgotten and lost art.
Story in a nutshell… 662 more words
Studying abroad can be deadly. It seemed like a very courageous step to take when I decided to spend a year in the United States. Only recently, news broke all over Germany that a German exchange student was shot while breaking into a garage somewhere in the States. 216 more words
Being men of letters, lovers of exquisitely used profanity and owning drinking habits that would make Oliver Reed blush, we couldn’t not be deeply intrigued by a drink entitled ‘Suffering Bastard’ which we discover when researching what to do with one’s underused Bourbon collection in the side cabinet. 800 more words