All I Did Was Blink.

15th Jan, 2015

I’m working on a post about a pitch-black restaurant we visited in London, but it’s taking me longer than I thought to pull together. In the meantime, I wanted to…

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A Look Back at Ashland, Summer 2014

8th Jan, 2015

  Yesterday afternoon, after a surprisingly productive few days, my brain broke and refused to yield one more word of content. I tried bribing it with promises of a new…

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Spirals and Geometry in the Eisenhower...

7th Jan, 2015

The Travel Blogging Summit that I attended in D.C. last month was held in the Eisenhower Building, around the corner from the White House, and a formidable structure in its…

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What Happens When a Sugar Junkie Gives...

16th Dec, 2014

I am a sugar fanatic. This should hardly come as a surprise to anyone who’s visited this site at least once (I have a category of posts labeled “Cupcake Death…

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The White House Wants You To Travel

15th Dec, 2014

… and I’m pretty okay with that. I am conflicted and hopeful. I guess politics will do that to you. I got home last week from my first trip ever…

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Returning to Bushman’s Kloof

3rd Dec, 2014

  People were surprised that we were heading back to South Africa. Weren’t we just there? It was two years ago, actually. And we’re going back to the same places we visited last…

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To the Ends of The Earth and Back

26th Nov, 2014

This is a photo of me and Rand, at the Cape of Good Hope.     I like the way the wind picked up my hair. The gusts were so…

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Traveling to South Africa with a...

24th Nov, 2014

We took a three-year-old to South Africa. Actually, that’s not technically true. Our friends Sarah and Eric took their three-year-old to South Africa. It was our crazy idea to do it, and…

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TicTac Comparison, Cambodia

18th Nov, 2014

I think the pack on the left cost me about $1.50 in Siem Reap, which is on par with U.S. prices, not accounting for the size difference in the packs.…

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