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It has not been a good week in Paris. Pains me to think we live in a world where (admittedly juvenile) humor can cause such destruction. I’m all for freedom to practice one’s faith (or no faith). But if you’re trying to force it down somebody’s throat, you’re doing a bad thing. Or as Rotterdam’s […]

No, this is not another one of my travel stories. With the year coming to an end, it only seemed fit to reflect on what the past 12 months have been like. 2014 had its ups and downs, with many, many downs that left us shocked and devastated, be it the Malaysian Airlines incidents or […]

Don’t want to be like the dust that settles. Last winter I decided to travel all over Europe with some friends. Excitedly, I began with an excel sheet. My budget. Train/flight connections. Accommodations. And Spain, Germany, and Italy. Maybe Austria for Christmas. And New Year’s in Paris. I could easily do that in ten days. […]

“We threw our hearts into the sea, forgot all of our memories” This September I was practically homeless. I had been living in Rotterdam South last year which didn’t just make the commute to the university super long, it basically also killed any possibility of a social life. I mean, it’s bad enough I don’t […]

Hi. I’m Bhagyalakshmi, from India. This is a page out of my Rotterdam Diaries, from when I first moved here in 2013. I wasn’t sure about what to post for my first blog, but the editors suggested that the tale of my first day in Rotterdam, and all the comedic misadventures that befell me were […]

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