USA

On the banks of the Mississippi

New Orleans....

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Arizona Landscapes

I went to Arizona, but I didn’t make it to the Grand Canyon, which was an epic fail, but was largely because I needed to deal with...

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Pueblo Grande, Pheonix

I went out to Phoenix, Arizona, last week to hang with my lovely teman-teman from Jakarta, Trish and Chad.  While I was visiting them,...

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Beignets at Cafe du Monde

Eating some beignets at Cafe du Monde in New Orleans’ French Market district is one of those things you really just have to do when...

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Merry Christmas from New Orleans

I’m currently in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Merry Christmas from the Big Easy.  It’s a really cool town and I will write more...

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Baby, it’s cold outside.

Corner of Monroe and 14th NW… just down the road from me. Today DC got its first real snow of the season… my yard was covered...

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IHOP- Things that make you go, hmm??

An IHOP (International House of Pancakes) opened in my DC neighbourhood of Columbia Heights, and I decided I’d better go and have an...

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Down and out in DC

A homeless man asleep on the pavement on K St, or lobbyists row, where the powerful have the offices from where they campaign on the...

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Famous New York City Foodstuffs

Everything bagel with scallion (spring onion) cream cheese.  Bagels are amazing. Pastrami ruben with pickle.  Yes, that is a lot of meat...

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NYC Barbershop

This barbershop group were singing up a storm outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.  They were pretty great and a lot of people...

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If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere

Times Square, New York City.  Full of tourists.  Full of people trying to get the tourists to come and see their off-Broadway show, even...

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DC’s Moody Metro Stations

One of the first things I noticed about DC when I arrived here were the cool metro stations.  Brutal concrete structures, they have so...

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