Monthly Archives: September 2014

Technology + Art in Taos

Yesterday, my grandparents volunteered for this art exhibit called Paseo. Basically all up and down Paseo del Pueblo, the main road through Taos, next to each huge orange X, there is an art installation. We had a map that told … Continue reading

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Happy birthday

Hey guys, this week is a special week for my Nonna and my Mom! Their birthdays are coming up and we’re all excited🎉😀. I made a video dedicated to them using the same application that I used to complete the … Continue reading

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My turn!

All around the world kids argue about little things such as: ‘It’s my turn’, ‘I go first’, or ‘You’re as wrong as it gets!’ Usually, in America, we kids use the game ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors'(♠️📃✂️). In Italy, children use the … Continue reading

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Nostra ultima settimana in Triora

(Can you figure out what the title means?) This week there was something special in the air in Triora! One of our friends organizes an annual music course, ‘Triora Musica’. This year the participants sang music by William Byrd who … Continue reading

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Soccer tricks & skills

Hi guys! I’m back in Triora and I just completed a soccer tutorial. Click here to view it.

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The snakes and me

Hey guys, I’m back in Marrakech with the snake charmers. Who’s going to scream at this picture… it’s just a little cobra, and a few boa constricters! I’m happy for the growing of my fan base. Remember, if you want … Continue reading

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Farewell Fez

On Thursday, we had to skip the souks and head to Carrefour, a large French supermarket that supplies a lot of the Mediterranean. We were looking for gluten-free breakfast stuff for me. We had to walk into the newer version … Continue reading

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Remote Rome … Very Volubilis

Today, Mom and Dad hired a taxi driver to give us a round trip to Volubilis and Moulay Idriss. Remember when I wrote about the Colosseum in Rome? Well, thanks to my visit to Volubilis, I have more Roman history … Continue reading

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