It’s 20:05 on a Saturday and I’m on my way home from the lab.
I’m not about to complain (seriously)- had I not been working today I’d be in my room, mindlessly watching YouTubers doing 30,000-calorie challenges, or chefs struggling to make taramasalata. Continue reading “Don’t do a PhD*”
This summer I managed to steal away from the lab to fulfill my childhood dream of driving from Europe to India. The idea that a culture so exotic and different than ours is nevertheless part of the same landmass and people like Alexander the Great, Ibn Battuta, and Marco Polo had managed to walk to Asia always held a deep fascination with me. Continue reading “Escaping the lab on the Silk Road”