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Random Musings: excerpts from a forgotten journal

Vancouver, August 19, 2013 I’m not one for long posts, but the past few days have been surreal. I’m leaving in 2 days to move to Montreal and I’m apprehensive and excited. I’ve lived (on and off for 3 months … Continue reading

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The Itinerary

Cebu (and other places in between) – November 15, 2012 – February 8, 2013 Hiking trails – did not go since no one wanted to go with me and I did not want to get lost @ Sergio Osmena Trail … Continue reading

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Random Musings: excerpts from a forgotten journal

Naples (July 2012) Naples is chaos. It’s humid and hot in July. Drivers don’t know the meaning of traffic laws whilst local pedestrians cross the street without a care for their safety. The main drag is full of shops, both … Continue reading

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Berlin

Berlin (May 2012) Hey Gang, I’m in Berlin and the weather is almost 30 degrees. I arrived with a group of girls from my class and stayed in this really nice apartment complex which cost as much as a cheap … Continue reading

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The Soviet Bunker

The Soviet Bunker The dorm I shared with Jennifer was the size of a broom closet. It was claustrophobic. It looked out to a small garden. Adjacent to the building was an apartment complex with some interesting inhabitants. We lovingly … Continue reading

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Prague – Arrival

I smiled. I smiled with glee as I watched Vancouver become smaller and smaller. I wanted to jump up and down, make a ruckus, celebrate for a long time that I was finally leaving, finally going somewhere else. I was … Continue reading

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Prague – First glimpse

My introduction to Prague was through Professor Cilek’s guided walk tour. We first stopped at a monastery with a spectacular view: to the left, not very far, was Prague Castle with its beautiful gothic spires, across the Vltava river, was … Continue reading

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