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Mad Kings and Killings (Munich, Part Two)

So I went to Munich for a date. To defend the ridiculousness of that, Munich was a city I’d wanted to go to anyway and I chose it because of that.  C was flying back from the States to Rome … Continue reading

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Homesickness

I was never the kind of kid that got homesick. Summer camp, my grandparent’s house, overnight stays… it never really occurred to me to feel homesick. The first time I felt homesick was in Vietnam, and that was less homesick … Continue reading

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I Need a Pint

At least one. I have spent my week dealing with Accounting, Department of Education, Banks, Flatmates, and an obscene amount of reading on a bit of complicated international law that no one can agree on called non-refoulement. I’ve been ass … Continue reading

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Sussex & Culture

This is Sussex: I live in the newest hall, which is at the very top part of this picture. For scale, it takes me about 15 minutes to walk from my hall to the gym, which is the building in … Continue reading

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Last Stateside Updates

Time passes differently when you’re among your people – your circle of friends, your family, in your home base. When I’m traveling I try to write a blog entry at least once a week. That’s a lot harder to do … Continue reading

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The True North strong and free!

Driving through the United States, even regions allegedly similar to my own, only emphasizes the cultural difference between Urban America and Rural America. In a lot of ways, I have more in common with a middle class Delhi urbanite than … Continue reading

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A Stateside July

You would think, being largely unemployed, that I would have more time to blog and such things than I did when I was traipsing around the world. Strangely, this is not the case. It’s not that I don’t have my … Continue reading

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