Archive for Category: "Foreign Correspondent"
The age-old adage is true for me, too: the way to my heart is through my stomach. For this reason I naturally fell in love with Italy. Italians from every region will tell you proudly that “qui si mangia bene” or “you’re gonna eat well here.” And they’re all a little biased as to which region has the best culinary traditions.
Travel has opened many doors for me along with all of the other benefits it has provided. Australia has an amazing coastline, so I’ve had the opportunity to get out on the water like never before. From swimming to surfing to snorkeling, I think I may have done almost everything I can in the water
“La mujer en casa y el hombre en la plaza.” This Spanish saying roughly translates into, “The woman stays in the house, and the man stays outside.” It emphasizes that both sexes should maintain their separate spheres, but that men get all of the freedom and privilege.
Before I left for Morocco, one of the common pieces of advice I got was, “be careful.” Clearly, going to Morocco is not like going to London or Copenhagen especially in terms of living there as a young American woman
It was another gorgeous day in Costa Rica when I walked down the dock towards the boat that would take me through the infamous Crocodile Man Tour. The bar was set high. I had seen pictures from friends and heard tall tales about this tour. Let me tell you, it did not disappoint