Daniel Adler’s 3 Month Travel Recap, and How to Travel Around The World

It started because I wanted to live abroad, but getting my Irish citizenship in order to live in the E.U. proved too complicated. My mom was the first one in her family born in the U.S., so I’d have to go through my grandparents. And finding their marriage certificate, and getting the other necessary paperworkContinue reading “Daniel Adler’s 3 Month Travel Recap, and How to Travel Around The World”

Bedouins and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

The sun is strong, and green splotches the ochre desert sand. Eucalyptus and piney trees are everywhere. Pink tendrils bounce in the desert breeze. The Arabic under the Hebrew, on the road signs, with its dots and squiggles resembles a cuneiform, thousands of years departed from the Jewish characters. I’m a dog. I walk intoContinue reading “Bedouins and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle”