Review: Slow Love

Review-on-the-Go: Slow Love by Dominique Browning is a tale of a magazine editor who breaks down in the recent economic crisis and slowly builds herself up again. Don’t be deceived by the hard cover and pretty text: this is a better beach read than anything else.

Review: The Places In Between

Review on the Go: The Places In Between chronicles Rory Stewart’s walk across Afghanistan in the winter of 2002. Part travel memoir, part history lesson, and part rumination on all things from global politics to local hospitality, The Places In Between is engaging, well-written, and definitely worth a read.

Crumbling House in Cartagena's San Diego Neighborhood

Following Márquez in cartagena

Dostoevsky had Moscow, Dickens had London, and Neruda had Valparaiso.  Many writers have painted beautiful (or beautifully depressing) snapshots of cities, making us feel like we’ve visited and walked the…

Review: A Week at the Airport

Review on the Go: Alain de Botton’s A Week at the Airport, a slim book about a week the author spent living at Heathrow airport and writing about what he…

Review: On cups and funnels

Let’s talk about a recent Go Girl hot topic- the Go Girl Female Urination device. That compact pink tube containing the Go Girl FUD has been in my purse at almost every event where I could possibly find it useful- a fashion show, the airport, and a concert or two- but I still didn’t find a time where I felt comfortable using the flexible lavender funnel…

Thailand–Foodland

Thailand has golden temples, white sand beaches, beautiful blue waters, and lush green mountains. I am not here for any of that. My sole mission is to eat everything…or at…