Today I’ll be attending the marriage of two of my longtime best friends, Christina and Davin. Enclosed is a video that I edited to play at the wedding. It’s basically our entire 5 year relationship summed up in 4 minutes.
Tejo – the national sport of Colombia. This pastime involves alcohol, throwing rocks, and explosives; need I say more? Here’s a video recap of my time playing tejo.
Does a perfect person truly exist? One without a single imperfect thought running through their head – a perfect embodiment of kindness, gratitude, and unconditional love?
Ask me last year, and I would’ve doubted this. But after visiting Villa de Levya, I am a believer. Meet Martha de León, the owner of Hostel Colombia. Or, as I came to know her, Mami.
It’s official – I made it out through midterm week alive! From endlessly memorizing Chinese characters for weather/food to analyzing the structures of Chilungu and Populuca, this week has been crazy. But now that I have, it’s SPRING BREAK TIME!
The premiere of the final African-themed Travel Channel special I assisted with during my year in Ghana with YES Abroad is fast approaching! This post includes the airing date as well as several photos from the shoot.
I am elated to announce the following dates for two African-themed Travel Channel specials that I assisted with during my year in Ghana with YES Abroad.
After a one-year hiatus from Thanksgiving, I am elated to be back to celebrating my favorite holiday with my family, friends, and kitties. So much in fact, that I helped prepare three different ice creams, banana-chocolate wontons, cranberry sauce, and a whole lot of deliciousness. Photos inside.
In Ghana, I visited two malls: Accra Mall and Melcom. The former is two stories with a movie theater, Apple store, and mainly primarily designer clothing stores. Melcom is a four-story behemoth comparable to a Walmart. Shortly before opening for business yesterday, the building’s foundation collapsed.
After visiting home last weekend, I returned to Gainesville with some chocolate bars. It’s not that chocolate is difficult to find in Gainesville, it’s just that it’s difficult to find good chocolate when the only nearby supermarket is Publix. So I packed a bag containing the following two flavors, and began my return journey.