Posts Tagged with "“the time I went to…”"

The time I went to…Barcelona

Saturday, April 21, 2012

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The time I went to…Barcelona

This is a post in the series “the time I went to…” in which I highlight international travel destinations pre-Oz. Gav’s beloved Chelsea FC beat Barcelona this past week — and the two teams meet again this week in Barcelona for a rematch. Perfect timing for me to share about the two weeks I spent […]

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At Home in Berlin

Sunday, February 19, 2012

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At Home in Berlin

This is a post in the series “the time I went to…” in which I highlight international travel destinations pre-Oz. Sydney is my home-away-from-home, but Berlin may give it a run for the money. I fell for Berlin within a few hours of arriving. For me, the vibe and energy of the city was calming […]

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6 things I loved about Germany

Sunday, February 5, 2012

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6 things I loved about Germany

This is the second post in the series “The time I went to…“. I write about travel experiences that I previously shared on my OLD blog — the one only my mom and a few friends read. Bless your hearts mom, Dennis, Evan, and Gunther. I’m sorry, Germany, but you were never on my “top […]

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The time I went to Istanbul, continued!

Saturday, January 21, 2012

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The time I went to Istanbul, continued!

This is the second post about my 2008 trip to Istanbul! When I landed at the Istanbul airport in the middle of the night, I felt so alone. I knew I’d meet people and make friends throughought the week — at least I hoped I would — but it was the first time I was […]

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The time I went to…Istanbul

Sunday, January 15, 2012

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The time I went to…Istanbul

This is the first post in a new series called “the time I went to…”, in which I will FINALLY get around to sharing about my travels pre-Australia. I wrote about them on a super old blog that only my parents and friends Dennis, Evan, and Gunther read (thanks guys!). I want to revisit these […]

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