The First Hike Of The Year
A little recap on our first stretch of the legs in the woods.
What You Don’t Need To See In Paris (and what you can do instead)
Want to avoid the tourist hot-spots in Paris? Here are a few examples of fun alternatives to the main sites.
Is Paris Safe Right Now?
The last time I wrote here, I was telling you how difficult I found it to pack for two people in one carry-on for the winter in a city of elevated fashion (kudos to Rachel for the fitting term.) I don’t have much to add to it, other than, well… it worked. When I returned…
Packing For Paris
Tomorrow, we’re flying out of Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) heading towards Charles de Gaulle in Paris. With a little over 24 hours until we start the drive to the airport, it’s about time I start thinking about what to pack (I know, I know, that’s way too far ahead of time and I’m too…
March Madness: Travel and Insulin Updates
A quick recap of our upcoming travels and big news in the world of diabetecs.
Top 10 Foods You Have To Try In Mexico (and Drinks!)
Tacos. 1 word. 5 letters. Publish. To be serious for a moment, Mexico is home to an incredibly expansive gastronomy. It’s so well regarded that (along with the French meal), in 2010, became the first UNESCO-protected cuisine. Current menu offerings include long-lasting traditional foods that are a blend of pre-Hispanic ingredients like peppers and maize…
Top 5 Popular Mexican Foods You Won’t Actually Find In Mexico (and 5 you will)
Before you head off to Mexico expecting to live off of your usual order at the local Tex-Mex restaurant, know that Mexican cuisine is a bit different than what you may be expecting. After spending several months in the country, I’ve put together a quick list of the top 5 popular foods you won’t actually…
Flying With Insulin?
Your guide to flying with insulin and type-1 diabetes.
Looking For A New Book In Mexico City
Three hours north of Mexico City (CDMX) is the city of Santiago de Querétaro. Here is where we spent the first couple weeks of 2023. I finished my first book of the year – Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier, one of my new favorites of all-time – and was left in need of…
Top 10 Things To Do In Centro Histórico, Querétaro
A list of top things to do in the Centro Histórico of Querétaro, Mexico
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