Last time I made a video, it took me a good seven months to finish and publish it. This one took a year and some change (pun kinda intended) to make it out of my jump drive.
Conozco poco, pero tan poco, de Latinoamérica. Hay tanto para explorar--desiertos, selvas, ruina, ciudades, glaciares, culturas distintas... No es mi patria, ni la de mis padres. No me llama a la sangre, me llama a la imaginación.
I wrote this October 27, 2015, when I was on the brink of buying a plane ticket back home. I didn't end up buying it, not because the reasoning I give below isn't valid, but rather because I couldn't imagine what I would be doing at home that would be more worthwhile than what I'm doing… Continue reading Why I Almost Decided to Come Home Early from My Carefree Backpacking Trip
I've already posted a Part I about the first five cities of our journey. This part was probably my favorite stretch of The Sister Era, all the way from Czech Republic to a couple of German cities that will be in the next post. This part of the continent is beautiful and the food is delicious.… Continue reading Superlative Awards to European Cities, Part II
It would be impossible to recount every experience I've had in the past month, so I decided to just give each city I've been to a superlative award and let you use your imagination to fill in the gaps. Most Likely to Disappoint Me with Its Primary Language: Barcelona, Spain Yes, I knew there were… Continue reading Superlative Awards to European Cities, Part I
Written September 11, 2015 My memories of Costa Rica have a soundtrack of about twenty songs. One of my favorite pastimes was staring out the bus window at the Costa Rican landscape while listening to music, and just thinking and processing. I walked down the city streets with headphones as a barrier between me and… Continue reading Taking Out the Headphones; Traveling Without Music
I would just like to inform the world that it’s everything I dreamed of and more, my life is complete. I am deeply indebted to whomever had the idea to combine my two favorite ingestible substances into one unbelievable cup of miracles.