My sister bought me a copy of the Anthony Bourdain cookbook years ago. It was the first of my French cookbooks, and it’s still my favorite. I actually have a … Continue reading Farewell Chef
I had a trip to India for work planned about a year and a half ago. This was going to be for over a week, with time at my work … Continue reading Gear Test: Travel Clothes
I have always loved to play with different tech tools. Especially when it comes to writing. When we are traveling I like to have the option to write where ever … Continue reading Tech Test: Folding Keyboard
When things have been crazy for so long, even two days of rest seems like a big break. I got up early on Saturday to run and pick up food … Continue reading Break me off a piece of that Crescent Bar
Yulia and I have lamented for years that we never plan ahead to take advantage of 3 day weekends. Hell, half the time I just show up to work on … Continue reading Beat the Heat
We are on our final day in Paris. As such, we are sleeping in. The only thing planned for today is to do a little shopping, and get packed. We … Continue reading Doing something close to nothing
The train ride back from Barcelona was easy. Nothing was on fire this time. Also, the train wasn’t so crowded, so the bar didn’t run out of drinks by the … Continue reading Mouse of Anaheim, Rat of Paris
We have been unsure what to do with our last few days in Barcelona. There are still a lot of museums, galleries, and history to se here, but we also … Continue reading Can we add a side of Cadaques to that?
There were notices posted all over the hotel about traffic delays today, because today was Barcelona Pride. This is one of the biggest gay pride parades anywhere, and the route … Continue reading Forecast: Scattered Showers of Men
We seem to be getting up later every day. It could be an illusion cast by the fact that I eat more ham at breakfast each day, and some things … Continue reading Come on down!