Tagged with travel

beginning of many things

beginning of many things

Can I write a blog in 15 minutes? Here goes. Already the end of summer and I feel like I just was writing about the beginning. I last posted about nights in Crete and yet afterwards, there was a ferry to the Mani peninsula, drives around the coast of Greece, a taxi on the highway … Continue reading

skinheads in speedos

skinheads in speedos

Samantha and I are in a beach bar in Santorini with little laptops they gave us for ordering cocktails before 5pm — welcome to Greece! Just kidding, the laptops are free for us to use but it’s the first time in a long time I’ve had unlimited internet access and what else would I do … Continue reading

namo! ecchice!

namo! ecchice!

I was silly to think I would have time to blog. But I am journaling all the time and the many pages would be so much to copy here. Samantha, however, writes in bulletpoints in her journal and we decided to name it “the bulletpoint journal.” So here is the beginning of our bulletpoint journal … Continue reading

so close to freedom

so close to freedom

I finished my last exam of undergrad and now ready to study for GRE and finish planning my trip to Italy and Greece (departure May 10!) and even maybe emerge from the hole I’ve dug in my room where I’ve been studying for 72 hours. Social life? Oh, yeah, I want mine back! Before I … Continue reading

Two months, two days til we fly

Two months, two days til we fly

In South Padre Island, Texas for Spring Break, I am back in one of my favorite places in the United States– flat horizons, beaches, horses, cowboys, and ranches. It’s the only place I can windsurf at the flats then horseback ride at the ranch then go for a jog along the water under palm trees … Continue reading

The Life of an Idea

The Life of an Idea

The best ideas come to me when I am traveling. For example, in Boston Logan International airport on my way to Switzerland two years ago, I scribbled in my notebook as the words flowed out for my documentary. Why not do a documentary on sexual assault at Carolina? I was a sophomore with no idea … Continue reading