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A sober reality

I haven’t written all summer because I have been at a loss for words. Besides that first day I wrote about, I have found that being a woman here has been an uphill battle in a way that I never … Continue reading

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A look at harassment

So I have been in Sri Lanka for almost a week (one-week tomorrow to be exact.) Granted, in this week, I have been entirely in Colombo and mostly working. However, I have been able to explore the city a little … Continue reading

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Back on the bike

So for two months I have not been able to ride my Moroccan motor bike. Most of that was due to my extended trip home, and since then, the battery has been very dead. However, as I was sitting in … Continue reading

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Culinary adventures

One of the most interesting aspects of life after college is food. At school, I had a hot plate and a microwave, but a majority of my culinary activity was limited to Annie’s Mac & Cheese and Moroccan Mint Tea. … Continue reading

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A grain…no a bag of salt

In my postings of Morocco, this year and last year, I realized that I haven’t given a view of the mishaps and the problems that always seem to make their way into the day. Although I love Morocco, and I … Continue reading

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