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- What It Feels Like To Explore A New Place: Favignana, Sicily 4 months ago Ed. Note: Hi! I’m reposting this while I’m getting ready for a massive post. Enjoy! I just realized that in my heated fervor surrounding an epic day trip to Levanzo last year, I forgot all about poor Favignana. It’s one of the three Egadi Islands accessible by boat from Trapani, Sicily (the...
- On Anniversaries and Milestones 1 year ago October has been a month of anniversaries and milestones, and I’m not sure why they feel connected to me. Which means that the universe is telling me to write about them. So, here we go. Let’s see where we end up! First, yesterday was my parents’ wedding anniversary. They’ve been married...
- On Embracing Your Preconceived Notions 1 year ago Did you know that I went to Berlin two years ago? I did. I spent a little over two weeks there, on the cusp of winter. It was unbearably cold, and dark; it looked like 9:30am all day until night fell in mid-afternoon. I arrived in darkness after an 11-hour train ride, during which I […]
- On Homesickness 1 year ago Ed. note: I’m reposting this after a wave of recent homesickness, but it was originally posted on June 28, 2011. There are these weeds in Rome – I’m sure they’re in other places too, but I’ve only ever seen them in Rome – that have long stems that look furry, but they’re prickly. If...
- My French Supermarket 1 year ago Here is a map I drew of my Carrefour supermarket. The one that has random American products and where the stunning checkout girl came out to me. Because our apartment has only a dorm-sized fridge with no shelves inside, I am forced to go here at least every other day. It is full of nooks […]
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