My little Batgirl eyes a stick of candy floss that is as big as she is! Don't worry- she didn't eat it all herself. She had some friends to help her out!
Last year, to the day to be precise, I left for Italy with Auntie L and her friend Stirfry. I was excited because I had been wanting to go to Italy for, well, ever. But I was also very nervous. It was the first time I was leaving the girls for more than a couple … Continue reading Dahab, Egypt- The Greatest Place You’ve Never Heard Of
I have been hearing about the Farmers Market for several years and have never made it out to Budaiya for a visit. I blame it on two things- I didn't know where it was and apparently you have to go quite early on a Saturday morning or parking gets impossible. The Rugby Star and I … Continue reading The Bahrain Farmers Market- Sunday Photo
The first time someone said, "Hey, you wanna go get some falafel?" to me back in 2002, just after my initial move to the Dominican Republic, I remember thinking, "What the falafel is falafel?" I had never heard of such a thing and wasn't quite sure if it was a food, a drug, a drink or … Continue reading A Little Taste of Home
I've found another link-up... and apparently I'm an expat blogger now.My friend and fellow blogger (and sometimes running buddy when we aren't feeling too lazy) Becky and I were talking a few weeks ago about being an expat and what it means. We discussed the quote I mentioned way back in our Expat Blog Challenge … Continue reading Five Things I Love About My Expat Life
One of the most fun and often frustrating parts of moving to a new country is figuring out what you can and can't buy... and where to find it. In the US, we are accustomed to a one-stop shopping experience, especially with the explosion of Super Walmarts and Targets. What? I can get groceries, a … Continue reading Where Can I Get Pom-Poms (or Where I Shop)