Travel opens a door in learning to deal with difficult situations; which means it isn’t always fun and games (this is difficult for me to admit). Based on representations of my social media, I’m sure it seems that way because yes, much of the time it is enjoyable. But in reality, long term travel is much like … More Whatever Angers Me, Controls Me
Why can’t I find you? It’s Christmas Day 2015. I’m sitting in a hostel in El Calafate, Argentina. Instead of hearing Christmas music and the sounds of family, I can hear the lady who works at reception speaking in Spanish to some of the guests and the same U2 song that has been … More Where are you Christmas?
I realize calling the magnificent Perito Moreno Glacier “a block of ice” is probably kind of offensive and doesn’t actually do justice to how I felt standing in its humbling presence. But Dan and I have been cracking bad jokes since we arrived in El Calafate and it only seemed fitting for the title. I … More Two Bobbleheads and a Block of Ice