In 2011, I had the opportunity to live in Paris, France for four months during a study abroad exchange program at the IÉSEG School of Business Management.
Two years ago, I spent my Thanksgiving holiday at a tiny French restaurant in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, cramped at a three-by-three table with four other American expats.
Experience the vibrant colors, sights, and architecture of Barcelona, Spain, where I spent an amazing weeklong vacation back in October, 2011.
“…It was only when I began to travel and look and live beyond my home that I understand my responsibility to others.”–Angelina Jolie
Candy makers in the South Korean neighborhood of Insadong enthusiastically demonstrate how to make the sweet treat called Dragon’s Beard, otherwise known as Chinese cotton candy.
I was slowly realizing that there’s no such thing as strangers in Portland, just future friends and neighbors that have yet to be introduced…
Last weekend, I needed an escape from the daily grind of NYC. My exact thought was, “I need to go somewhere that is the opposite of New York City.”