Madrid and Cowboy Country

Big things have changed in my life, including finally receiving my degree from Aalborg University. With this piece of paper reading "You're now an 'adult'....on paper", it's time for me to venture out into this world with starry eyes and a can-do attitude (or whatever). But not without a good ramble first. Yes, before I… Continue reading Madrid and Cowboy Country

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Camping in Teton

I've teamed up once again with Ivana of Black Hummus DiariesĀ in a fresh Chicken Fried scramble of Americana adventure. This time, we tackle Grand Teton and the illustrious Yellowstone National Park. But first; some baby goats from our trip up to Colorado's Mt. Evans. I visited Grand Teton and Yellowstone for the first time three… Continue reading Camping in Teton

Malta, Off the Beaten Path

Alright, I have been holding off the construction of this post for way too long. Yes, I had a thesis to write. But I won't beat around the bush when I say Malta's not my favorite, and I probably won't be back. This is not because I did not enjoy Malta, but just because I… Continue reading Malta, Off the Beaten Path

Southern Spain Day-Trips

Fresh from Morocco (Begin the journey here), we had three days to enjoy the warm, ever sunny coast of Southern Spain. We are staying at Aunt Katka's place in Marbella, so our obvious starting point is right out the front door. Marbella is a bit of a plastic town, recently developed to accommodate the boom… Continue reading Southern Spain Day-Trips

African Music and Ancient Graves

If you are just joining now, welcome! You can read from the beginning here. Long ago, the Kings of Sub-Saharan Africa ruled over modern-day Ghana and Benin. Men from the North would come, and they would purchase these Sub-Saharan Africans and take them back through the Sahara. These slaves, known as the Gnaoua were forced… Continue reading African Music and Ancient Graves