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This past year I had the incredible opportunity to travel to Bulgaria for the first time. Thanks to a trip arranged by the Kosovo Houses (check out my profile of this mountain retreat on EuroCheapo), I was able to explore the … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to visit Paris near the end of last year. It was only my fourth time in the City of Light, but somehow I always feel at home there. My French is horrible, but that doesn’t stop … Continue reading
The 106thstreeters met up this past September in one of our favorite cities, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. As Vancouver is one of the first cities we traveled to together way back when, this city holds a lot of meaning for … Continue reading
The other night when most of my fellow passengers we’re dozing away in sleepy airplane bliss, I was transfixed at my window seat gazing down at New York City completely aglow. When I realized we were swinging over Manhattan, I … Continue reading