Equal parts nomadic and nesting in nature, I was raised in the United States, but have called Europe home for more than a decade. Through travel to more than 60 countries, I’ve shared meals with locals in Moldova, Tunisia & Vietnam; been invited to play a harmonium at a temple in India; and went on the front lines with a Japanese team training to clear unexploded ordnance from rural Laos. Passionate about the power of citizen diplomacy, I share tales about the people and places that have left a stamp not only in my passport, but also upon my heart. Slow travel, food & wine, and art & culture are common themes. So too is the Mediterranean island of Malta, where my husband and I are currently based. See moreabout me.
On the northern coast of the Maltese island of Gozo, mounds of snow-white salt sparkle under the summer sun in salt evaporation pans. About 300 of these pans cover a section of Gozo’s northern coast, called the Xwejni Salt Pans. It’s believed that such pans have existed here since Roman times. Read More.