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Off the Beaten Path: Eating Through El Pitilall

Earmuffs, Koh Tao. I really, really liked Puerto Vallarta. The quaint Emiliano Zapata neighborhood swept me off my feet. The fried-to-perfection fish tacos at both Marisma and Mariscos Cisneros lifted me up to another planet while the still salty ceviche brought me deep into the blue. From meeting travelers while listening to Jazz at El Patio […]

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Ballin’ Out in Bangkok

Hey there! It’s been quite an interesting few months over here and I can’t wait to update everyone about what I’ve been up to. If you’ve been following on facebook or instagram, you’ll know that my original plan to go to Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam has gotten, well, sidetracked to say the least. I’ve fallen in […]

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Sharing My Homestay Love

Earlier this week I wrote about facing your fears around homestays. Feel free to head over there first! “Quieres comer algo?” [Do you want something to eat?] rang through the halls of our quaint two bedroom apartment in the Jewish and Peruvian wholesale district of Once, three to four times a day. A true Jewish grandmother, Adela would […]

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Facing Your Homestay Fears

When I first arrived to Buenos Aires to study abroad my junior year of college, I was assigned a homestay. The apartment was in one of the most gorgeous neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, filled with lush green parks, adorable coffee shops and the city’s very own Chinatown. It was far from my classes and other neighborhoods […]

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Let Travel Change You

A few weeks ago I wrote a guest blog post about how to Slow Travel Argentina. As I wrote, I started experiencing some revelation. On a surface level, I came to the conclusion that my most meaningful travel experiences have occurred when I spend more time in less places. It made sense – more time somewhere naturally means […]

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