I've been thinking recently about the multiplicity of identity. Though I have always been one to imagine a wide variety of futures for myself, in the past few months I've been ricocheting between possible lives at a rate astounding even for me. A last minute trip to Edinburgh made me want to connect to my … Continue reading Meeting the North Atlantic
I have never spent a longer time planning a trip than I did for Iceland. I fist had the idea the summer after sophomore year while in Greece and I can't believe that it actually worked out and that I got to go, it was an amazing trip, so let's get into it. The specifics … Continue reading Trip in Review: (N)Iceland!
It's fantastic, but don't take my word for it... The best garage door. This entire house is decorated with Valkyries in black and white and gold. The only word I know hear is úlfrin meaning wolf, which is not the greatest help. I don't know if this is an ad or not, … Continue reading The Street Art in Reykjavik
Ahh, another double week review, but at least this one is coming out on a Sunday, which means I'm finally sort of getting back into rythmn. As you probably know by now, last weekend I was in Croatia to avoid overstaying my visa, if you want to read about that in depth make sure to … Continue reading Back on Track: Week in Review 22/5 – 5/6
Last weekend I was obliged to leave the Schengen zone. My French visa finally expired this Sunday, so if I wanted to stay in Germany (yes please) I needed to leave and return with a bright and shiny new visa (jk it's just a new passport stamp). Anyway, despite knowing that this day was coming … Continue reading Trip in Review: Westeros (Dubrovnik)
It's really summer now, June has come, even the last lingering schools have finished, and in Athens, the digging season is about to get underway. One year ago I was about to start my first dig season at the Athenian Agora. So not only was it my first time ever doing real archaeology, something I'd … Continue reading Digs and Nostalgia
Spend even one nanosecond researching Berlin and you'll be familiar with the hype. Berlin is cool. 'Berlin is poor, but sexy' that one was actually said by a former mayor. And of course, that Berlin is young, and exciting, and innovative. So what's the city like beneath the hype? Is it really that unique? … Continue reading Berlin, Berlin, Wir Fahren Nach Berlin