I am up before dawn and packing my bags. Surprisingly, it was just after 9 am and I had beaten the sun up. I double checked my hostel room and headed upstairs for breakfast. I had some of my favorite local Icelandic yogurt while I did a quick weather check. The weather report was clear but I had learned over the last six days that the weather could change in an instant. I walked out of my hostel and into the bitter Icelandic cold. The sky was just starting to get light as I gassed up my car for the next stage of my Icelandic Winter Road Trip. I had a little over two hours drive ahead to get to Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon.
Who doesn’t love pie? Who doesn’t love an excuse to eat more pie? Every year, math fans from around the world gear up to celebrate their favorite Pi related holiday. That’s right math fans and pie fans gear up every year to celebrate π. π is a magical number that is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Pi is an irrational number that has been calculated out to 2.7 trillion digits. Most Pi fans just go with 3.14 which stands for March 14. My favorite pi day was it 2015 when the date was 3.14.15 which happens to be the first 6 digits of pi. At 3.14.15 at 9:26 am, the first eight digits of pi were displayed on clocks. This event happens once an every 100-years. Here are 14 traditional pies from around the world to celebrate Pi day.
In early October 2013, I received the email that every college senior hopes for. It was an offer letter from my first choice company. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. The offer opened a whole new world. It wasn’t just an offer, it was an offer for an international mobile position. I was asked to expatriate in West Africa. Two roads stood before me: the well-worn safe route of taking a job in the US or the uncharted territory of being an expat. Sorry I could not travel both,