Meraki

  • Day 249
    Miraculously, this month I did not save all of my cultural activities for the last week and I went to an old silk exchange, a cathedral, a modern art museum, and the true quintessential Valencian experience of having amazing tapas + wine for lunch, all of which was followed by ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 248
    Only kind of got lost on the way to ~the birthplace of paella~, but it was entirely worth it when I housed half a pan of veggie paella and some sangria, and then went on a weird boat tour that just pointed out some ducks (it was only 4 euro, ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 247
    I would like it if I could always cap off the week with a free concert at a huge cultural complex designed by Santiago Calatrava, then a few tacos and a bike ride home. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 246
    Started the day with brunch with friends, worked from home (I really enjoy working from the living room of my Airbnb because there’s a small balcony that opens up to the living room so I get lots of natural light and fresh air), felt very lazy so I said I’d ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 245
    In theory the main bad thing about opting out is not having access to the workspace, but when you have friends who also aren’t working from there who open up their home to you, then get lunch with you and mid-afternoon horchata + churros with you, the lack of workspace ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 244
    I went for a run and I really didn’t enjoy it, so on the way home I popped into my favorite (designed) market for cold brew with ice cubes made of coffee (!!). ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 243
    Worked from a cafe all day + enjoyed the ability to go for a nice leisurely bike ride through the river park before finding an Aldi (heeyyy cheap groceries in an expensive country) and heading home. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 242
    Rented a bike, explored a park that used to be a river, went to orientation, saw the City of Arts and Sciences again, 12 years after I first saw it on a cruise with my family. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 241
    Today was my only day in Copenhagen to kind of check things off the list – I wanted to rent a bike (nope), I wanted to walk to the top of the stair-less tower (nope, way too crowded), I wanted to go to the Botanical Gardens (yeah, did that), and ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • Day 240
    On the 3rd and final day of the Gehl Master Class, I met Jan Gehl himself, I met couple other lovely Gehl employees, I saw a Danish rap battle, I saw an absolutely gorgeous sunset while taking turns venting about cities + urban design projects with a fellow disgruntled urbanist, ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-09-04By erinbozarth
    3 weeks ago
  • 28 Seconds in Belgrade
    Beograd, or the White City, was our second stop in Europe on our trip around the world. Belgrade is a city that grows on you quickly. Please note that at the 5 second mark, you will be treated to a throwback to Latin America, Despacito. It is inescapable.BeogradI was fortunate to have ... read more
    Source: Taylor Fiscus – fiscus merakiPublished on 2017-09-03By Taylor Fiscus
    3 weeks ago
  • 6 BEACHES TO VISIT ON MILOS
    With arguably the best beaches in the whole of the Aegean, the peaceful island of Milos is home to some 70 or more beaches distinguished by their unique natural beauty and crystal clear waters. An array of colors and interesting rock formations make each beach its own and provide a variety of ... read more
    Source: Kalina Kheirolomoom – Hello KalinaPublished on 2017-08-30By MILOS, GREECE
    3 weeks ago
  • Navigating the Czech Healthcare System
    It’s been an interesting time here in Czech. As many of you may have already heard, i busted up my face a bit by falling off a bike. I know that this isn’t the most […] ... read more
    Source: Candy Treft – A Re-Discovered LifePublished on 2017-08-30By Candy Treft
    3 weeks ago
  • A MINI GUIDE TO PRAGUE
    Often referred to as The City of 100 Spires, Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and arguably one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with stunning and colorful architecture , distinctive charm, the winding Vltava River running through, and impressive monuments scattered about. The Historic Center has ... read more
    Source: Kalina Kheirolomoom – Hello KalinaPublished on 2017-08-29By PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
    4 weeks ago
  • Day 230
    Remote tip: If you walk into a 5-star, super expensive hotel lounge and whip out your computer, they don’t know if you’re a guest or not so you can get all set up with wifi and delicious food + drinks and get treated like you can actually afford the $500/night ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-08-16By erinbozarth
    1 month ago