Tag Archive: food

Tuscany: The Land of Cozy

After getting our chill on in Positano, we headed back up North toward the Tuscan sun (had to do it).   As I discussed in my post about getting to Positano, it’s not… Continue reading

A Foggy Morning in Positano

The next morning in we awoke to a heavy fog that encapsulated the upper parts of the village. It gave the scenery an eerie feeling – the perfectly “gloomy” vibe that makes virtually… Continue reading

Positano: Our First Taste of Paradise

After we had a chance to decompress and settle into our new abode, we ventured down a long and windy path of steps onto the main road that runs through Positano. If you’re… Continue reading

Napoli

From Rome, we headed to the Amalfi Coast via Naples (Napoli in Italian). The train seemed like the most cost and time-effective option to get us directly to Naples for an obligatory pizza-pit-stop,… Continue reading

Glasgow

When we were planning our little Scottish jaunt, we had a choice: only see one city (Edinburgh, according to friends and family, was the must-see), or shorten our time to see both Edinburgh… Continue reading

Edinburgh

I didn’t know what to expect for Scotland – my mental images were the stereotypical “Scottish things – rolling hills of green, heavy accents, and kilts. We flew into Edinburgh (pronounced ed-in-burr-ah) from… Continue reading

Dublin, Round One

Our first stop in Dublin was FOOD. We wandered for a bit, eventually stumbling upon a small local pub for a pint of Guinness. We had no idea that the pub also offered… Continue reading

Breakfast in Belfast

Staying in Newcastle, County Down, we were just a short jaunt from Belfast – the capital city of Northern Ireland. Although well-known for being the birthplace of the RMS Titanic (yes, that Titanic),… Continue reading

Pineapple and Painted Chickens: the Road to Monteverde

Our first morning in Costa Rica introduced us to the full-blast, no-kidding-around sunrise of Central America. It was beautiful, it was instant, and it was 5:30am. Being someone who would happily sleep 12… Continue reading

Drinkin’ With the Ticos

  Our Liberia AirBNB host, Andrés, was unavailable to meet us at the apartment, and instead left a key with the rental service and asked us to call him. One friendly but awkward… Continue reading