Two Households, Both Alike in Dignity
- A couple from Tampa, Florida. He was born in Zimbabwe, grew up in South India (where his family was from) and now, after many years of study, is a Doctor of Hospital Medicine and absolutely loves his job. She is a nurse who stayed five days at Tampa General Hospital during the storms caused by Hurricane Irma.
- A couple who independently grew up in Lithuania but met in London who have travelled extensively and particularly like nature focused trips. They stay at AirBNBs and rent out their own place while they’re away, practically funding their travel.
- A couple from Moldova. She walked in on me sitting on the toilet (the lock was a weak hook and eye system) and he had the thickest and longest dreadlocks I’d ever seen on a white guy.
- Martina from Hamburg, Germany. She couldn’t believe we chose to go to Dusseldorf during our European travels because tourists normally go for the fairy castles. And why would you go to Wolfsburg? It just has factories! Car factories, we replied.
- Our host, Muriel, often says, “the locals will tell you…”, disassociating herself from them even though she came to New Orleans 23 years ago as a French teacher. She had a lot to say as we headed out on our tour, all of it interesting, but allowed us to nap on the return journey.
- Grey Skies in London (gin, rosemary, lime, violette)
- Affogato (think of all the spirits