If You’ve Never Been to Bosnia, You Should Go.

Banja Luka, Bosnia. You know that saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover?” Well that is most certainly true for this place. I’m not going to lie my first thoughts about traveling to Bosnia were, “Whoa. Where are we going? Why there?” I was a little shocked because from what I know of it’s…

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Finding France

If I was asked to sum up my experiences in France with one word, that word would be-interesting. Traveling through Paris one time, I was alone because John had a couple more games to play in Germany before he came home for the holidays. Me, alone. I was excited to go home, but I would be lying if…

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For the Love of Food and #ThrowbackThursday

So in all honesty, John and I have been back in the States for about a month now. But in honor of #ThrowbackThursday I’m reminiscing about the impeccable food I had back in Europe. Strolling in the crisp air to the Oebel bakery, a short walk from our flat, was the quickest way to satisfy…

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AmsterDAMN.

I always knew John to be spontaneous, but not “pack right now because we’re going to leave soon” type. That was until he bought train tickets to Amsterdam literally four hours before we were to board. At that moment I was starry-eyed and tickled purple (I don’t like the color pink so it’s my own…

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No Matter The Differences, We Got The Love

Living in Germany thus far has been very different, but nonetheless a learning experience so that equals fun! John and I are always enjoying and exploring our new city, something new at every corner it feels like. With that, let’s start with our homely yet inflated suburb of Rodenkirchen. The scenery is spectacularly diverse. Rodenkirchen…

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