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More Tea on a Saturday

JAPAN | Tuesday, 8 Mar 2016 | Views [218]

I was starting to run low on tea, so on Saturday I decided to return to Mariage Frères. Only not the Mariage Frères that I'd already been to, because that would have been too easy. Recall that the website put Osaka as ... Read more >

Tags: books, pastries, survival japanese, tea


Adventurer's Tea

JAPAN | Thursday, 28 Jan 2016 | Views [410]

On Saturday, I decided to take a train into Umeda. I’ve been talking a bit about “living in Osaka,” which is a slight exaggeration. Not quite as great as the exaggeration I make when I say I live in Chicago, but it is true for ... Read more >

Tags: city, doll, skyline, tea, train, umeda


A Saturday to call my own

FRANCE | Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015 | Views [260]

There was absolutely nothing I had to do on Saturday. No group activities or meetings with my landlady. No apartments to visit or courses to register for. Not even any homework, since the course with Christine had ended and the regular university classes ... Read more >

Tags: books, free time, shopping, tea


Theater on a Rainy Day

UNITED KINGDOM | Sunday, 17 Aug 2014 | Views [250]

I woke up to rain and the information that my family was going to the half-price hut to see if they could get tickets to shows. I was welcome to go with them, but if I wanted to take my time showering, eating breakfast, and drinking coffee, I could stay ... Read more >

Tags: fringe, musicals, referendum, scones, steampunk, tea, wilde


Books and Cups

MOROCCO | Sunday, 27 Jul 2014 | Views [408]

 After class, I met up with Cynthia and Natasha for book shopping. Natasha was looking for an English/Arabic Koran for her brother and Cynthia was looking for 1001 Arabian Nights . I just like surrounding myself with books.  It had begun ... Read more >

Tags: arabic, books, tea


Djellabah Shopping Part Two: The Vengeance

MOROCCO | Wednesday, 16 Jul 2014 | Views [398]

 On Saturday, we arranged to meet at 1:00 for more shopping. Nathan did not come with us, despite the fact that his plan for the day was also to do some miscellaneous shopping. Just not djellabas. Megan had talked with Nisrine, who had given ... Read more >

Tags: djellabah, pockets, spice, tea, turtles


Isle de Goree: Boring/Academic Side that Nisrine Needs to Write About

SENEGAL | Saturday, 28 Jun 2014 | Views [296]

 The bus took us to the ferry landing. Before I left the bus, I just stared out the window and thought “really? I need to walk through all these people with my bulging bag (we left one bag at the hotel, so we were all carrying everything we ... Read more >

Tags: lectures, money, ocean, slaves, tea


Food, Food, Henna, Food, Tea, Food

MOROCCO | Sunday, 22 Jun 2014 | Views [441]

I've now been in Morocco long enough that I'm forming definite preferences about food beyond “I like this, I don't like that.” One of these preferences is for their fried bread (I believe it's called “rif”) over the more bread-... Read more >

Tags: bear, food, henna, tea



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