I’m Going to Asia. Today. Wait,...

20th Jun, 2014

It’s occurred to me that I’m not the best communicator. It’s not that I don’t communicate, mind you. I’m constantly telling people things. Sometimes it’s stuff that I probably shouldn’t…

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Gratuitous Kissy-Face Photo, Ravello,...

19th Jun, 2014

Sigh. Yes. Another kissy face photo. Why? Because I’m leaving for Cambodia on Friday, and I won’t see him for nearly three weeks. Because it’s one of my favorite pictures…

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Dinner On Our Hotel Balcony, Amalfi

18th Jun, 2014

The evening after you get back from Ravello, and your cab driver has just ripped you off to the tune of 20 euros, you will not feel much like spending…

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The Cemetery in Amalfi: A First Failed...

5th Jun, 2014

  Honestly, if I think about it, it’s a miracle Rand and I end up anywhere. Because so many of our outings are just disastrous. Rand will get it into…

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The Castle That I Don’t Remember

29th May, 2014

Going to the castle made me sad. Not because I didn’t have fun. I had a lovely time. But I knew it was all going to be over soon. My…

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Warning Signs in Italy

27th May, 2014

My family has trouble following directions. I’m not entirely sure if it’s a my family thing, or an Italian thing. Sometimes it’s hard to tell.   Like┬átheir total disregard for…

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The Archaeologists in My Aunt’s...

22nd May, 2014

I wish I had taken more photos of the archaeologists in my aunt’s yard, but I was too busy marveling at the fact that there were archaeologists in my aunt’s…

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Marciano, My Second Cousin, and The One...

21st May, 2014

Yesterday, I may have exaggerated slightly when I said that I found my aunt’s home all by myself. I was caught up in the poetry of it, of the idea…

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In Frigento, Behind the Green Door

20th May, 2014

  “What’s the address?” Rand asked. I shrugged. “No idea.” “Is it on this street?” “I think so? The door is green.” (I feel it pertinent to note that nearly…

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