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Off on the road again. 

Since the theme of this blog was supposed to be about travel. And, travel by adults. I decided, once again, to try and take my own advice. 279 more words

Travel

Repatriation

A year ago, I was on year three living in France. I was married, integrated to society with my own set of friends, had a bank account set up and even had a decent job working in a boarding school. 930 more words

Ex Pat

And Now for Something Completely Different

We left the Galapagos Islands for the opposite end of the spectrum: Mexico City! A city* of 9 million people, with a metropolitan population of around 22 million, Mexico City is a booming metropolis filled with parks, plazas, museums, shopping malls, world class entertainment and fantastic restaurants. 910 more words

Ex-pat

London Called...and I answered

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I recently moved across the pond to London from the good ole U S of A. 611 more words

Grad Student

DEAR SPAIN

Dear Spain,

I miss you most when the weather turns cold. For most of my life, whenever the weather would get cooler, I’d think of football stadiums and Friday night lights, of church festivals and school carnivals, of homecoming dances and bonfires. 562 more words

Good Letters

Running Down A Dream

So this is a kind of rambling post about my clichéd American dream in the light of recent events

Running down a dream, that never would come to me … 953 more words

Life

The Gravity of Love:

The last couple of months living abroad in Germany have been hard- but not for the reasons you may think: it’s not the culture differences, the barriers to making new friends, the new work environment, or even the frustrating grammatical rules of the German language. 1,246 more words