Archive for September, 2007

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Just Another Day in Paradise

This September 11, Derek and I were without the sad remembrances that surely took place in America today.  Indeed, we seem to be without the company of Americans altogether. We’re on a Thai island called Ko Phangan at a quiet beach called Thong Nai Pan Yai.  Because this island can be accessed only by ferry, […]

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Sunday, September 9th, 2007

A Beauvilliers – Oui, Oui!

I’ve had a passion for food that has bordered on gluttony for many years.  To feed that passion (pun intended), I’ve always sought out new restaurants and types of food – from elegant meals in 5-star restaurants to a $0.50 curry dish on the streets of India.  For me, a trip to Paris is pure […]

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Friday, September 7th, 2007

A Moveable Feast

Although we arrived in Paris only yesterday, Derek and I have already begun to understand what Hemingway meant when he called this city a “moveable feast.”  Finally liberated from our pre-wedding diets, we have spent the last 24 hours in a near-constant state of consumption.  As I write this, we have just wiped away the […]

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Tuesday, September 4th, 2007

The Final Countdown

Well, we’re officially hitched now (huge thanks to all who made the trip to Petoskey; we couldn’t have imagined a better wedding weekend…), and we’re slowly getting used to the feeling of wedding bands on our fingers.  As we near our last 24 hours on American soil for a long, long time, we’re already making […]

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