Monthly Archives: March 2011

My Mardi Gras in France

As many of you may have worried that I didn’t get to celebrate Mardi Gras, something really big in Louisiana, I thought I’d tell you all how I celebrated the holiday. Well even though Mardi Gras originated from a French … Continue reading

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A personal account of my trip

Now that I’ve got all that tour guide/ reporter stuff done that I like to write but you hate to read here is a little more personal account of my recent backpacking trip. The trip started first class style. Literally. … Continue reading

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L’as Du Fallafel

Because it is lent I think it only too appropriate to write about my favorite veggie treat here in paris. L’as du Fallafel is something that I get every Sunday. Little is open on Paris on Sunday except the Vieux … Continue reading

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Amsterdam is a really quirky city and has a seriously interesting history that goes with it. For example it is legal for men to pee in the river but only in certain designated pee stalls (basically a hole in the ground). … Continue reading

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