TwitterTherapy – Lessons from Ms. Bond

Yes, it's Thursday and I should be blogging about Italian indigenous grapes but my head is overwhelmed with my first serious day of tweeting, retweeting and improving my Twitter etiquette. All of this was spurred by a morning breakfast with Ms. Bond aka Cynthia who I wrote about here. Needless to say, any mistakes I... Continue Reading →

Passover Wines – Changes Afoot

Today is the first day of Passover. I had my first Seder last night with my parents and my niece. We had a pretty peaceful meal with the requisite brisket, horseradish, eggs, potatoes and other yummy items. Wine as always is an issue. This year my Mother brought a wine from the Veneto, a kosher... Continue Reading →

Chile Day 8 – San Pedro di Atacama

Chile is such a long and varied country. I went from the green tones and blue glaciers of Patagonia to one of the driest deserts in the world, that of San Pedro di Atacama. San Pedro is a tourist mecca for hikers, backpackers and people coming from northern Argentina or making their way to Peru... Continue Reading →

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