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Photo Essay: Brussels (apartment)

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Photo Essay: Brussels (part 2)

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Photo Essay: Brussels (part 1)

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My First Belgian Waffle (in Haiku)

A series of haikus inspired by my first truly Belgian waffle . Starts like a pancake Batter pressed between two hot plates Oozing through the cracks . Crispy, grid-like, gold Distinctive large square pockets Mounted with goodness . I bite the corner Warm chocolate on my chin Every inch eaten . Unbutton my pants Discard […]

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Photo Essay: Cologne

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Photo Essay: Kaysersberg

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Photo Essay: Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg

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Photo Essay: Strasbourg (part 2)

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Walking With The Ghosts of a World War

Last week Iza’s cousin, Maxime, took us deep into the Alsatian countryside for a short hike around a historic World War II stronghold. It was midweek, and the only other noticeable signs of life were a few courageous birds brazen enough to brave the freezing rain. To be sure, we were the only humans there, […]

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Photo Essay: Paris (part 3)

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Photo Essay: Mâcon (part 2)

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Wandering Around Aimlessly

Anyone who has travelled abroad has their own preference on how to best absorb, explore, or immerse themselves within a new foreign locale. Some see the sights. Some sample food and drink. Some lock themselves in their hotel room with a 12 pack of Budweiser, a sack of Big Macs, and a 12-hour line-up of […]

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Photo Essay: Strasbourg (part 1)

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We Miss You, George

This is George. He isn’t our dog, but for about a month’s worth of van-building, Hawaii-going, and surrogate family-having in Walnut Creek, California, he certainly felt like our dog. Every time we walked in the door he barked vigorously and licked ferociously as he nestled his way deep into our hearts — only so that […]

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A Flushing Toilet and Hot Running Water

Over the last few weeks we have been focusing on what the end of our trip looks like. Why? Because we are starting to get worn out on traveling. I could be way too much time in one place, or going to a bunch of places with not enough time. Maybe it’s a combination of both. […]

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Photo Essay: Walking in Alsace

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Photo Essay: Mâcon (part 1)

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Photo Essay: Paris (part 2)

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Photo Essay: Paris (part 1)

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