Posts Tagged ‘New York’

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Escape From New York: Tracey’s Travels

Tracey Gonzalez and her husband, Angel, live and work in midtown Manhattan. What little free time they are afforded is spent traveling, searching for new destinations and “where to eat next”. Their photos alone will explain their fondness for food. Travel and food – such a great combination.

MyKugelhopf

MyKugelhopf is the blog of Kerrin Rousset, a New Yorker who moved to Z├╝rich halfway through 2008. On her blog, Kerrin indulges and combines two of her great passions in life: travel and food. It’s mouth-watering stuff.

Semester Abroad in Mongolia: Interview with Evan Buxbaum

Mongolia isn't the first place that comes to mind for most students thinking about studying overseas for a semester. But for Evan Buxbaum, Mongolia was exactly the kind of place he wanted to spend his semester in 2004.

In the years since his time in Mongolia, Evan has finished university, travelled around the world on his own, and finally returned home to New York, where he works as a writer, actor and director.

TravelBlogs caught up with Evan to hear more about his experiences in Mongolia and the rest of the world.

Novoarte’s Travel Blog

Julie is a passionate traveller moving back and forth between Puerto Rico, New York and Mexico City. (Interview with Julie)

Cultural Immersion: Interview with Julie Schwieter Collazo

Like many travellers, Julie Schwieter Collazo loves to immerse herself in foreign cultures – by reading more about the places she's visiting, learning the language, and by meeting the locals. The opportunity to see – and experience – another culture first-hand is one of the main inspirations behind her travels.

Originally from the southern United States, Julie lives back and forth between New York and Mexico City with her husband, Francisco. Until recently, they also lived in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

TravelBlogs caught up with her to talk more about her experiences living in foreign cultures.

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