Episode 2 is here! For those of you who missed the first episode, you can watch it here.
The videos within this series focus on a different topic for each episode, but they all cover thoughts on Puerto Rico through the perspective of a non-native. This vlog series is a funny/ranty look at certain aspects of Puerto Rico through… Continue reading
DMVs and their equivalent everywhere are terrible, but I feel they are all awful in their own unique way. After 9 months of living in Puerto Rico, my expiring Missouri driver license forced me to take on the Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas (DTOP), or the Puerto Rican equivalent of the DMV.
A few days before my Missouri license… Continue reading
I’ve written a lot about my weird, totally high maintenance, but ultimately totally lovable dog, Padfoot. Padfoot traveled with me to Argentina, and then back again. I never really got the feeling that Padfoot liked Argentina much. He seemed a bit more high-strung while we were there. When I considered the consequences of moving a dog to Puerto… Continue reading
I recently started volunteering in Luquillo, Puerto Rico, which is close to where I live. I joined a group that helps protect the endangered sea turtles in the area, which are mostly Leatherbacks, or Tinglares in Spanish.
I basically got into this volunteering thing because
1. I like volunteering.
2. Who doesn’t want to hang around baby turtles?
3. I… Continue reading
I have lived in Puerto Rico for 8 months now. Within a few months of living here, I decided I wanted to do a Puerto Rico Vlog, or rather a vlog series that involves me discussing (and ranting) about certain things that I see and experience here in Puerto Rico. It’s been a slow start because I’m not a video… Continue reading
I never thought New Orleans would be a heaven for a booknerd, but I could not have been more wrong. Just outside the drunken streets full of bright colors, loud noises, and partying, there is a treasure trove of new and used books just waiting to weigh down your suitcase.
After New Orleans, I made a pact with myself to… Continue reading