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RinR: And for my 600th blog post, I try to adult.


I'm trying to pack for Peru. But if you've ever traveled with me, you know my packing is like a ten hour mess, no matter what. I start by getting distracted by making a playlist for my iPod, end up... Continue Reading →

GringaDiaries: FUNando de Noronja – Days 4-6


So you might have heard of a little international emergency called the Zika virus that's really killing our buzz down here in Central/South America. Turns out mosquitos are more than the worst thing ever. They are from the devil and... Continue Reading →

RinR: 500 Days of Rio


Happy anniversary to me! 500 days ago today, I looked at my phone calendar, and it said "move to Rio and rule the world." So after very little sleep, my mom and sisters drove me to the airport in the... Continue Reading →

RinR: Amazon – Day 2 – Jungles, Piranhas, Shamans, oh my!


Let's take a minute to talk about our guide: The man, the myth, the legend, the self-proclaimed shaman Samir. Our very first night, my companions went to bed, but I decided to hang out at the shack and get the... Continue Reading →

RinR: Amazon – Day 1 – Getting there


After deciding to blog about my incredible packing skills, that 4am wake up call came just as early as I thought it would...I'm that cheap gung-ho kind of traveler that will take flights at ridiculous hours figuring I will just sleep... Continue Reading →

RinR: t g i f


Four hours with children, a few hours in staff meeting about the children, and then I don't know what you'll be on, but I'LL BE ON VACAAAATIONNNNN!!!!!! Praise Jesus for the speed with which this first quarter has flown by.... Continue Reading →

RinR: The Week in Things


So guess what I saw? A crocodile. Two, actually. My boat driver knows that I like seeing capybaras, and will often drive me over to go look at the small herd of them on the little patch of lagoa where... Continue Reading →

RinR: Eu falo português! -ish


After six months of classes, we have graduated from beginner Portuguese to intermediate Portuguese! Yay! I can't believe it. In order to pass into the next class, we each had to deliver presentations with Powerpoints for at least five minutes,... Continue Reading →

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