Anjou can too!

Angers was home to me for three years, so I tend to talk about it a lot. It is also … More

Last Supper in NOLA

For those of you who do not know, NOLA is the nickname for New Orleans. Four years ago, one of … More

Layover in Copenhagen

At first, I had booked my flight from Paris to Iceland, with a layover in Copenhagen. It was my first … More

L’hippodrome

I was one of those girls who wanted a horse growing up. I was lucky enough that my grandmother took … More

Philly Love: Episode 2

This is the second installment of Philly Love, a series of posts that highlight my favorite parts of a city … More

Perennial Observations

When teaching English in a foreign country, you find yourself teaching about your own culture. Learning a language isn’t simply … More

You Köln Do It

My family is primarily of German descent. My grandmother, or Oma, was born in Cologne, Köln, auf Deutsch. When my … More

Lagos de Oro

I visited the Museo del Oro in Bogota, Colombia in 2016. It is an impressive collection of gold items, from … More

Polo in Clover

This past weekend was St. Patrick’s Day, a festivity that despite having Irish roots, has much more history here in … More