An absolute excursion of Colombia!
After I wrote my last travel review, I tried to write about my journey from Copenhagen to Brussels to London. But I couldn’t get past the first few sentences. I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while now, but I could never muster the words until yet. I hate being the cliché, but […]
I think Denmark and Germany tied as my favorite places in Europe. Arriving into Copenhagen, I was shocked by how many Swedish people I met. Apparently, it’s easier to fly into Copenhagen and catch a quick ferry ride over to south Sweden. Another thing that surprised me was how good-looking everyone was. You ever feel […]
I’ve been slacking, I admit it. As you can probably understand, getting back into the rhythm of school is never easy. (especially when you skip a week of classes to travel around London, U.K). But I’m back! And man, this one’s about New Year’s in Prague. I stayed in Prague from December 30th to January […]
After I left Italy, I couldn’t decide where to head next. An old friend, whom I had met in Barcelona, suggested that I visit Germany. So I hopped my happy self over to Düsseldorf in west Germany, and stayed there from December 28th to December 30th. Logistically and financially, a terrible move. But absolutely worth […]
This trip has been absolutely wild. I was in Milan from December 26th to the 28th. I never shy away from living out of a backpack. The military has made me perfectly capable of it, and I’ve learned to pack efficiently. So I began this trip on Christmas night. Thankfully, my night flight went smoother […]
I know. Trust me, I know. You’ve been missing KoffeeWithKam posts. Maybe you decided to stop drinking coffee? Probably not. But these past few weeks have been absolute hell, with constant projects and exams that warranted my attention. So while studying for my exams, I decided to visit coffee shops. Do you people-watch like me? […]
“The limit does not exist.” -Cady Heron How do we quantify intelligence? Many of us have preconceived notions on what we find intelligent. Most of us view surgeons as the pinnacle of intelligence, capable of performing surgery under stressful conditions. Some find engineers intelligent, since they hold the ability to solve complex calculations in order […]
It’s been an interesting week. Take some time to relax, and enjoy today’s blog post.
What a G. You’re kinda getting old, mother.