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3009, 2016
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I Killed a Chicken with My Own Two Hands, Pt. 2

By |September 30th, 2016|Categories: Beach, Culture, Food, Vietnam|Tags: , , , , , , , , |3 Comments

The girl led me to a hacked up wooden block lying in the dirt, handed me a dull machete, looked me in the eyes, and made a karate chop gesture towards her throat. I didn’t really need more instruction than that, but I was deeply afraid that I’d butcher the butchering process and only chop half the chicken’s head off on the first go, forcing both the chicken and my conscience to suffer [...]

2909, 2016
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Belgians vs. Buffon

By |September 29th, 2016|Categories: Belgium, Culture, Italy, Nightlife, Sports|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Disclaimer: if you are Belgian, stop now. I apologize to your people. Watching the Euro Cup in Italy is like watching the Super Bowl in the United States, but with less nachos and more attractive bearded men. Also, most people tune in for the soccer and not for Beyoncé and a touching commercial about large horses. Even for a group stage game between Italy and Belgium in the small town of Syracuse, shit [...]

2909, 2016
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It’s Getting Hot, Hot, HOT

By |September 29th, 2016|Categories: Outdoors, Spain, Tips, Weather|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |4 Comments

Let me tell you a little bit about Spanish heat. When I arrived in Córdoba at 5pm on a Sunday, I went straight to the main square. There was no one there. NO ONE. No businesses open, no small children playing, no elderly people giving me side-eye. And then I stood outside for longer than a minute and realized why. It was a physically painful realization. I have bought a fan, an umbrella, [...]

2209, 2016
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I ventured into Antwerp’s red-light district. It went okay.

By |September 22nd, 2016|Categories: Belgium, Culture, Drinks, Gap Year, Nightlife|Tags: , , , , , |2 Comments

(Author’s note: I felt too awkward to take a photo in the red-light district. Bonus points to someone who grabs a selfie with one of the professionals there. So enjoy the Antwerp sunset!) I went to a Catholic high school. An all-boys one at that. The closest thing to a sex-ed I received was looking at pictures of infected genitalia in health class and listening to my teacher rattle off statistics about just [...]

308, 2016
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Vucciria: Your Mother’s Nightmare, Your Jersey Shore Cousin’s Dream

By |August 3rd, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|1 Comment

What do you get when you cross hundreds of macho tank top guys, disgusting street food, broken glass, and giant speakers? Vucciria. Palermo may be all beautiful cathedrals and crystal clear waters by day, but by night it’s a whole new world out there. Crowds flock to Vucciria, a neighborhood encompassing two squares joined by a narrow street and lined with bars. On Saturday nights it’s a madhouse. Allow me to immerse you [...]

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