By now you’ve probably realized that I’m obsessed with anything to do with politics. Combined that with the Prince’s obsession with politics, specifically British politics, and you pretty much have the biggest #LoveNerds (as my sister likes to call us).
I’ve been wanting to write this post for over a month but have been so paranoid of something not working out. Now that I finally signed my contract on Friday, I feel like I can more confidently announce this to everyone! I’ve alluded to this on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter but for some reason, I’ve been so nervous to announce it on my blog.
When I started planning my trip to Costa Blanca, known in English as the White Coast of Spain, I ran across the company Siesta Advisor. They specialize in adventure holidays and guided excursions. After contacting Tamas, the owner of the company, about possibly doing a beach excursion, he immediately replied back that my boyfriend and I would much prefer a kayaking excursion along the coast. How could I say no to that?!
I could spend weeks praising my favorite town in the entire world: Heidelberg, Germany. Beloved by Mark Twain (he lived here for 3 months and the city inspired his book, A Tramp Abroad), Victor Hugo, Ernest Hemingway, and Goethe, the charming city avoided damage during WWI and WWII, and thus much of the city remains the same as it was hundreds of years ago. I got to call this town “home” for almost 2 years and dream of moving back here one day.
Who knew that when I wrote Relationship Mistranslations // Part 1, it would become one of my most read posts in a single day! I knew that Prince was charming ;) Well, I now present Part 2 of this series and may I dare to say that it is even better and funnier than Part 1?
I have to give credit to the Prince…he’s such a good sport about this and will even make his own contributions sometimes! The other night we were sitting in bed together and he turned to me and said, “You know, being in a multicultural relationship is way more fun than being in a ‘normal’ relationship.” I have to agree with him on that one ;) I feel like our relationship is built upon laughing 24/7.
We bought our plane tickets back to this USA this July (first time for the Prince in the USA!) and I already told him that he will be able to write a blog post on his American observations. He’s excited to finally make his mark on my blog! Without further ado, here are some of the funnier mistranslations from the past month :)