Tag Archive: Spain

What will you remember?

On 18 May was the International day of Museums, and I hope you managed to celebrate this day in which there is free admission to museums worldwide. Wouldn’t it be delightful if all… Continue reading

Where is your placenta buried?

Or translated to the Seri language: ni quih zo’ hant ano tiij? This staccato phrase is how a Seri would ask another where they were born because before the advent of hospital births,… Continue reading

Mistaken Identity

A post inspired by peppers, Marilyn Monroe, and Grayson. Padrón peppers (“Pimientos de Padrón”) are my most favorite thing to eat in Spain. Last month was the festival to celebrate this vessel of… Continue reading

Engaged

I was absolutely engaged when I was reading “Memoirs” by Pablo Neruda. When I read the first page, I let out a sigh as if to say “Oh no…” — because I knew… Continue reading

Introvert (R)Evolution

When with the OMS in Geneva, I would sometimes forgo lunch or coffee breaks with friends to spend some time alone on the building’s 8th floor. The first thing I do when I… Continue reading