Cucina Enoteca | Local Adventures Travel

For this week’s local adventure linkup, we went out to lunch at Cucina Enoteca, a great restaurant at the Irvine Spectrum. It was my first time here and I really enjoyed the food; I am definitely planning on returning again soon. We went for lunch to share a cheese plate and the fig/Gorgonzola/pecan pizza which was just absolutely delicious. Our waitress was really sweet and...

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The OC Mix & Surfas | Local Adventures Travel

My mother, much like me, enjoys going to new restaurants and places and further discovering some of the exciting things our local area has to offer. A few weeks ago, she discovered Surfas, a restaurant supply store which serves wine and cheese plates as well as cooking classes. Our trip up to Costa Mesa was a bit last minute, we had other plans but had...

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Fireworks in Dana Point Harbor Travel

This year I didn’t want to miss either the 4th of July nor Bastille Day, so I decided to get a jump on our countries’ celebrations. Two years ago, my husband and I had the opportunity to go see fireworks from a boat in Dana Point Harbor and it was the best fireworks experience I have ever had. We watched the sunset from the ocean,...

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Weekly Wishes July Goals Eurolinguiste

This month was incredibly busy, so even though it felt like June snuck by, I have a pretty good feeling I know where the time went. I managed to get quite a bit done this month, but I still feel like I’m just barely keeping my head above the water and I’d like to start to see that change this next month. My July Goals...

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Lovely Letters June Linkup Eurolinguiste

This month I participated in my first ever snail mail linkup hosted by the lovely Esther of Esther & Jacob. The theme for this month’s linkup was “Summer Reading”  which was a challenge because for many, reading can be very particular. But I suppose that might be because I took it quite literally and thought “books” rather than “anything related to reading.” After having received...

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One Year, Déjà ? | Eurolinguiste Celebrates 1 Year Eurolinguiste

Today I’m celebrating one year of Eurolinguiste.com as blog! I first began using Eurolinguiste as a moniker while I was studying for my degree at Queen’s University Belfast because I had decided that my previous username was a bit outdated and I wanted something that fit who I was at that time. It’s been three years (June 12, 2011) since I’ve moved to Southern California...

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A Day of My Life in Belfast Ireland Travel

This post is part of Esther and Jacob’s Local Adventurer Link Up. I know it’s bad form, but I wanted to start with a disclaimer – the following post would have been a local adventure for me a few years back, but I’ve since moved from Ireland to California so it is no longer technically a “Local Adventure” even though it once was. I’m still...

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Eurolinguiste

I earned my Master’s Degree from Queen’s University in Belfast Ireland where I studied music and ethnomusicology. I look back on my time there fondly although I must admit that it was a struggle living alone in another country away from my friends and family (although I made a lot of great friends while I was there). In fact, I often awake after dreaming of...

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