Grandparents in BA! (and more)

Hey twitfam, It’s officially spring in Buenos Aires and this city does not have air conditioning. Not on the buses, not at the gym, not in most buildings, not in my apartment. It’s also really not an environment where people wear shorts and even a skirt without tights attracts more unwanted attention than usual. So we are soldiering on, sweating a lot… These past few … Continue reading Grandparents in BA! (and more)

Weekend Number 3 (How did that happen?)

It’s just the weirdest thing that this marks my third weekend here. I can’t believe how quickly it’s going and how much I still want to do.  This weekend was full of small worlds, connections, and lots of fun. It’s one of the last ones I’ll have without schoolwork which is super important to appreciate! I left off on friday morning. On friday, I finally … Continue reading Weekend Number 3 (How did that happen?)

If you live anywhere near Philadelphia…

Get Brunch at Cafe Lift. Some weeks at Penn seem to last forever. By last Tuesday, I was already dragging. The quickest remedy is to plan something to look forward to: in this case, brunch. Café Liftunassumingly occupies a not so prosperous section of Spring Garden at 13th and Callowhill. Walk inside and you’ll see why the walk was worth it. Insdustrial metals, a long coffee … Continue reading If you live anywhere near Philadelphia…