Playing about Paris

What better way to begin your first eurotrip than with a trip to Paris? and no no, I'm no spring chicken when it comes to the euro game, but my Californian cousin S sure is. She planned to finally get out of the country with a three week trip to stay with me, and naturally [...]


The Troubling Tel Aviv Half Marathon

Tel Aviv track...not for beginners.. or for people who trained in the snow all winter... Honestly,  I cannot begin to say how unprepared I was for this run. THIS RUN ahhh oh my god was it hard. I swear, I had no idea. I had googled it and every where online people were like " [...]

Talkin bout Tel Aviv

Welcome to the  curiously cool city by the sea Now I say curious because to be honest I do not know why I fell so quickly head over heels for this small, extremely expensive, not-so-aesthetic bauhaus city ...but ohhh baby am I now in deep. To be honest I have so much enthusiasm right now [...]

Abroad to America

Sorry for the post abscence, but my year has started off quite stressed. I had to go to America spontaneously for, unfortunately, a funeral. I had to go to my grandparents home in Alabama. It started out with a completely complicated flight but Three countries and three layovers later I arrived in the home of [...]

Perusing about Prague

" Youth is happy because it has had the ability to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old" Franz Kafka I have read so many posts about how "magical" Prague is. Many people write about its "fairytale feeling" I must admit, that even in a frosty snowy wonderland of [...]

Taco Tues(yay)

FINALLY FINALLY FINALLY My heart is once more at ease. After being so long away, I have finally hit my hometown again and enjoyed an OG taco tuesday at one of my favourite local spots; Fish Gaucho.   The amazing Mexican fusion, tequila tycoon of the central coast. Fish Gaucho opened up a just over [...]