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Exploring Boston: Part I

Fresh from my semester exploring Europe, I vowed to make the most of my final months on the east coast by taking full advantage of the city. In the the last three weeks I’ve left the comforts of Comm Ave and ventured into new parts of Boston. Here are some of my favorite gems I’ve […]

Year in Review and Goals

2011 was an exciting year full of growth and new changes. Professionally, I matured in leaps and bounds as I learned about global communications and technology in Silicon Valley and Europe. Emotionally, I learned how to live in a foreign environment outside my comfort zone. Physically, I started seriously exercising and trying exotic foods (pigeon, […]

Bonjur Paris

A few weekends ago I traveled to the city of lights: Paris. Waking up at 4am, my friends and I boarded a 6:30am EuroStar train to Paris, France. Next I enjoyed a delicious coffee in a small cafe off a cobbled street. As we explored the small side-streets of Paris I helped myself to a […]

Madrid: Viva la fiesta

This past weekend I flew to Madrid, Spain! By far, it was the most relaxing, delicious, culturally diverse and magical weekend I’ve had during my semester abroad. Christina and I arrived at Tasmin’s late Friday night. After dropping our bags, Tasmin shared delicious Manchego cheese and bread. Using this rare opportunity to catch up face […]

Rediscovering my guitar in London

After a particularly busy Monday, I came home to my London flat and had a sudden urge to play guitar. Borrowing a gorgeous steel string from a kid on my floor, I excitedly hurried to my room to practice. But I immediately discovered, I was rusty. My fingers fumbled. My hand cramped. The lag time between thinking […]

Halloweekend in Dublin

Over Halloween weekend, I traveled to Dublin, Ireland! Arriving late Friday night, my friends and I ventured into Temple Bar area and I drank my first Guinness beer. Little did I know it would be my first of many Guinness’ over this weekend. On Saturday I visited the famous James Joyce bridge and the actual […]