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Though I've been traveling before I could walk, I first became intensely attached to a place after visiting Oaxaca, Mexico with Northwest Medical teams where I volunteered as a translator for the doctors and nurses. The people had so little, yet laughed and showed immense joy and gratitude. It was humbling.
In 2005, I moved to Geilenkirchen, Germany where I learned to travel in my everyday life. Even in my tiny village there was always something new to learn and do and see. After 3.5 years there, I moved to Valencia, Spain where my heart now calls home though my feet have moved on. Spain changed me, and its people became family.
I've learned that "travel" is a perspective and the beauty of a place is found in its people. But people are everywhere, so I can "travel" where I live as well. I see Maryland now, not as home, but as a destination for me to explore in depth before moving on.
Where will I be in the next two years? Only time will tell, but I'll be moving on, traveling in between, and discovering a new place.
I collect a lot of things, but as far as small, inexpensive ones, I love my sugar packets. I bring them home and put them in a a jar for people to use when they come for coffee. Is always a fun memory and conversation started since the packets always... See More
...see. If you happen to be in Italy on January 6th, try to squeeze in one of the local celebrations. In Tarquinia, they have a beautiful parade with the three kings, camels, and La Bufana (the witch that brings gifts... See More
When in Portland, you must try some foodtruck food... it's amazingly good. Walk down to the city block at 9th and Alder for an entire city block parking lot lined on all sides with food trucks and several spilling over onto side streets. Also, it's n... See More
1. I don't advise driving in Paris. Outside of Paris is fine, but driving within the city center is terrifying and I don't scare easily. I've driven all over the US from one coast to the other, in cities like San Francisco and Valencia, Spain and Ber... See More
If you were to add another market/region, I'd suggest heading west to see the markets in Cologne. There are actually five markets to see there and you can take a small train to each one. This market can get insanely crowded though, so to enjoy it, go... See More
Because you said both "warm" and "March," I'd suggest Valencia where you can lounge on the Blue Flag beaches during the days or sail from the port where the America's Cup has competed, then head into the city to experience the night life in El Barrio... See More
Barcelona is an extremely touristy, international city that is flooded with people year-round, so the locals, especially business owners in popular districts will be comfortable enough with English. You'll be fine with what you know. If you want to l... See More
There is plenty to do in Oregon alone, so beyond that, it's completely up to where your interests lie, what your budget is, and how much time you have.Let's start in Portland since that's where you'll most likely fly into.In Portland: Eat and drink. ... See More
I'm not sure about the almond milk, but my absolute favorite coffee shop in District of Columbia is the Baked & Wired in Georgetown (Washington DC). They use Portland's Stumptown coffee and an Oregon Chai as well. Try a handpie. The desserts are equa... See More