This is a story about a goofy girl, her witty husband, and their adventures as expats and travelers! Originally from the United States, these two are now living in Germany’s former east in the hip, musical city of Leipzig. In their spare time, they travel around Europe taking in the sights, the culture, and the food and share the best of what each city has to offer with YOU!
Thank you, Fans!
The world’s most amazing spectator sport
Switzerland Summer Travel Tips
German-American culture clash (and crash!)
Travel Diary: Bavaria!
The parking catastrophe
The Best of the Holy Land: Jerusalem
When Legida hits close to home
The Best of the Holy Land: The Negev Desert
The Best of the Holy Land: The Golan Heights
The Best of the Holy Land: The Dead Sea
The Best of the Holy Land: Tel Aviv-Yafo
Visiting Poland’s Crooked Forest
Visiting eclectic Amsterdam!
Interview with an Expat: Kate – a Canadian in Spain
A taste of German Music – 2015 Hits!
A short trip to Düsseldorf!
Tips for European Travel
The Spanish Steps in Rome are a big waste of time
Travel Diary: Rome!
How to eat your way through Rome!
That time my husband and I became soccer hooligans at the RB Leipzig game!
Day/weekend trips from Leipzig
Christmas (market) time is here!
Celebrating the holidays away from home
Baking with Becky: Brownies!
The German movie experience
Living with a concentration camp in your backyard
Getting a German driver’s license
5 instances of reverse culture shock from my trip back to the US
Interview with an expat: Allane Milliane – A Brazilian in Germany
Prague: Come for the architecture, stay for the beer!
Baking with Becky: Cookies!
It’s spargel season!
Leipzig’s West Side Story: A review from an American perspective
Settling in: My first two weeks in Germany
Interview with an expat: Lies Veldeman – A Belgian in the UK
No ifs, ands, or BUTTS!
How moving abroad is EXACTLY like preparing for the apocalypse!
Interview with an expat: Craig Markovitz – An American in Germany
How to see Berlin in a day!
Absolutely NOTHING comes easily
10 things I learned on my short trip to Germany
Getting a washer and dryer
Some sentiments are universal
The new guy at the office
Impressing a new boss
Minor adjustments to an old routine
Apartment Hunting – Part 2!
Countdown to Leipzig!