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Traveling Europe with a Dog

We recently told family and friends that I’m pregnant! We are both nervous and excited for August 2015 when this babe makes his or her appearance. We hope to learn to become travel experts with our little human, but in the meantime, before we acquire baby expertise, I’ve received a few questions about how we […]

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A little romantic wandering on Valentine's Day

A Taco Binge in Paris

Since moving to Morocco, where there is a massive shortage of authentic Mexican food, finding Mexican eateries where we travel is always a thrill. I heard rumors about an authentic Taco Shoppe in Paris and when my friend-of-a-friend gave me her Paris tips (the same friend who provided the Copenhagen list) she confirmed the rumors. […]

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Copenhagen in Three Days

In November we embarked on our second annual Thanksgiving in Europe weekend adventure in search of Christmas and all things merry. After reading more than a few articles on the fantastic microbrewery scene in Copenhagen and the legend of the Mikkeller brothers, I knew it was meant to be. I received a gift from a […]

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A mojito pit stop with a view

Tenerife: Lessons Learned in Tourist Traps

I had wanted travel to Tenerife for several years and finally made it there last week. I had some pretty high expectations and had heard nothing but praise for the island, but ultimately, Tenerife and I didn’t make a connection. Giant complexes of time-share apartments, mega hotels, “authentic British pubs”, and shops selling plastic key […]

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A Mexican Nunnery + Fresh Tortillas in Casablanca

I’m trying something a bit different. This will most likely be less interesting to the family and close friends who are my main audience and who are kind enough to read about my ridiculous wanderings. I’m creating a “Morocco Living” compilation of my special and not-so-special finds. This is especially for those who don’t want […]

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Stole a photo of these two gentleman while they sat and read the paper together and people watched

Roadtripping Portugal: Two Days in the Alentejo

At the onset of this latest road trip, I had no specific destination for Portugal in mind. I always want to go further and see more than is practical, but after the not-so-surprising ferry delay, I aimed for finding a place that provided less time traveling and more time sipping sangria. Thanks to the Rough […]

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