Posts in Snippets
Dachau | How A Concentration Camp Made Me Hopeful

Traveling Myanmar forced me to think about willful ignorance and negligence. Near the border of Myanmar and Bangladesh a borderline genocide, which is how it’s presently labeled, is raging in the country. Yet much of the population is unaware of the crimes. But I can’t help but to be reminded of something I learned when touring Dachau Memorial Site.

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Chiang Mai | Thai Farm Cooking School

I couldn't eat another bite! My day with the Chiang Mai Thai Farm Cooking School left me richer in knowledge and most likely a few pounds. I felt this cooking experience was quite different, because I got to see where their produce was grown, pick it, and then lear to cook with ingredients directly form the farm. Read on to learn more about my day as a Thai chef, as well as some super easy Thai recipes.

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Berlin | The Hipster Mecca

Berlin is a hipster’s dream. The graffiti, or excuse me street art, paints the town a metaphorical red. Museum Island grabs your attention for hours, there are biergartens on biergartens, some of which are dedicated to craft beer, and you’re a stones throw away from a gluten-dairy-fun-free kind of place. All joking aside, I loved Berlin.

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Amsterdam | Beyond Space-Cakes, Fries, & Mayo

Amsterdam is cool, clean, and crisp. It’s friendly, quaint, and has a lot more to offer than just space-cakes. And it’s probably no surprise that the most diverse city in the world, would the people be just as interesting. In short, I fell in love with the rainy city. But more importantly, Amsterdam reignited my excitement for travel.

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Dresden | The City That Almost Wasn't

I’ve read Slaughterhouse Five countless times, and The Grand Budapest Hotel has to be in my top 5 favorite movies. So I initially traveled to Dresden to pay homage to my pop culture loves. However, what I found instead was a hopeful, and beautiful lesson of reinvention. 

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