Before Buenos Aires, I was in Chile. Click here for my Chilean adventure recap!
I didn’t plan to go to Buenos Aires.
No, I was meant to go to Mendoza, a town that was a 6-7 hour bus ride away from Santiago. The bus was supposed to take us up the Andes and through the border crossing to Argentina. Mendoza was the first big city over the border and famous for its wine. L and I were looking forward…
Back in November (or was it December?) my childhood friend L contacted me out of the blue. She was one of my best friends in high school, back when I lived in Australia. Since I moved back to the States, we kept in touch sporadically over Facebook.
“I’m in South America,” she said. “I’ll be here till July. Come visit me?”
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Today, Ashley is taking over the blog! Ashley is the wittily sassy (sassily witty?) lady behind The Wine Stain, one of my newer blog finds that I’m obsessed over. I’m really excited that Ashley’s guest posting here today!
Ashley’s note: I was so excited to guest post for Break the Sky. Manda’s blog is so thoughtful, and I love hearing about her adventures with food. I revisited one of my favorite…
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Today’s post is from Jessica, who hails from upstate New York.
Today, Kelly is gracing Break the Sky with this humorous post on the things she’s learned since graduating high school. I love reading the lists Kelly writes on her blog, so I’m flattered that she’s chosen to share this one with us.
Earlier last month while graduation ceremonies were being held, I reflected on the things I’ve accomplished in the past 8 years (how has it been that long?!) At the…