Category Archives: Travel

Don’t Cry for Me Cervinia…

Just a quick update since it’s been a while and a lot of you are asking…  We just got back from mid-term vacance.  Yes, another two weeks off at school.  Vive la France! The first week we set off for

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Don’t Cry for Me Cervinia…

Just a quick update since it’s been a while and a lot of you are asking…  We just got back from mid-term vacance.  Yes, another two weeks off at school.  Vive la France! The first week we set off for

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Count on Me

Friends and family – we miss you.  We miss you with the intensity of an August sun and the craziness of a New York winter snow storm.  Leaving our well-established routine and most-loved ones was and remains among the toughest

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Count on Me

Friends and family – we miss you.  We miss you with the intensity of an August sun and the craziness of a New York winter snow storm.  Leaving our well-established routine and most-loved ones was and remains among the toughest

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Amongst the Rice Paddies

On our last night in Indonesia, about 5 weeks after our arrival, I dreamed deeply.  I dreamed of rice.  It was puffy, white.  It fell slowly – like large flakes of dry snow during winter. Ever so softly the rice

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Amongst the Rice Paddies

On our last night in Indonesia, about 5 weeks after our arrival, I dreamed deeply.  I dreamed of rice.  It was puffy, white.  It fell slowly – like large flakes of dry snow during winter. Ever so softly the rice

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French School – Week 1

Just a quick update from Aix.  The kids returned to school this week and let me tell you that between France, French and our round-the-world extravaganza, it’s been quite the transition.  Out with the old and in with the new.

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French School – Week 1

Just a quick update from Aix.  The kids returned to school this week and let me tell you that between France, French and our round-the-world extravaganza, it’s been quite the transition.  Out with the old and in with the new.

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Notre été de Mécontentement

There are periods in life where it seems nothing goes right and everything goes wrong.  That’s just life.  I get that.  I may not necessarily like it, but I get it.  I also know that what differentiates people is how

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Notre été de Mécontentement

There are periods in life where it seems nothing goes right and everything goes wrong.  That’s just life.  I get that.  I may not necessarily like it, but I get it.  I also know that what differentiates people is how

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Ode to Skinny Grays

My fam left New York in Janvier for France. We turned right, not left.  Yes, intentionally. Running shoes and gray flip-flops were my only prance; We began working our way on t’ward Italy. Hawaii our first stop, and then we

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Ode to Skinny Grays

My fam left New York in Janvier for France. We turned right, not left.  Yes, intentionally. Running shoes and gray flip-flops were my only prance; We began working our way on t’ward Italy. Hawaii our first stop, and then we

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G.O.R.E.

This is our Great Ocean Road Experience. Coming from Wall Street I guess it is fair to say that Armon and I are used to managing risk – to the upside and the downside.  What else can you say about

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G.O.R.E.

This is our Great Ocean Road Experience. Coming from Wall Street I guess it is fair to say that Armon and I are used to managing risk – to the upside and the downside.  What else can you say about

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