I think we’re going to have a good tour. Now, if only we could find out whose chicken that is…
Time to explain where the name comes from.
Here's the second batch of door knockers from Old Town Alexandria. This batch has more of an ocean/nautical theme.
Old Town Alexandria: If you were looking for DOOR knockers, you came to the right place.
What I'll miss most about Old Town Alexandria when I’m in Haiti – just walking around.
I’ve gotten a lot of questions lately about Creole, and since this blog has been shifting focus from Nicaragua to Haiti, I thought I’d share a short FAQ.
Spring is finally here. But I didn't enjoy it until this weekend. The reason – I passed my French test!
Portland was like Brooklyn, but with nicer people and more rain. All the beards, bikes and small-batch local breweries you could want, except everyone was so friendly and the prices were incredibly cheap.
Last Saturday I went to a cooking class to learn how to make crêpes - in French! I don't think that crêpe-making will be on the final exam, but it's much more delicious.
I learned a great phrase this week in French class: Il fait un froid de canard. Translation: It's duck cold!
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