Exploring Santiago’s Culinary History with foodTrip Chile

They say it sometimes takes leaving your home country to fully appreciate it. This saying couldn’t be truer for our tour guide and one of the founders of foodTrip Chile, José Miguel Domínguez. As my friend, Natasha, and I began our Santiago food tour, we learned quickly just how well traveled José was. Having lived everywhere

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#Korea Week 4 – Home for a Moment

#Korea is a weekly series on my blog documenting my time leading up to and during to my year in Korea. Check out the original post for a longer explanation here. WEEK 4: April 30 – May 6 What a week it’s been! I do have some actual news related to Korea, so here are those

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My Favorite One Piece Swimsuits for Summer Travel

So, I haven’t really gone swimsuit shopping in a few years. I had a black ruffle one piece that didn’t quite fit but did a good enough job for the one or two times I needed it in Korea. Between training for this half-marathon and planning different warm weather trips, I’ve had one piece swimsuits for

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Atacama Desert Stargazing : A Truly Magical Experience

As someone who generally disliked science in high school, I will say the astronomy portion of my ninth grade Earth and Science class was one of my favorites. I actually enjoyed memorizing the different moon, star, and constellation names because they were all based on Greek and Roman mythology, and I was obsessed with the shenanigans of

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