We've arrived in Europe for our three month stay. Prague, or Praha -- in the Czech Republic, or Czechia is lovely.
July was my last month with my roomie Shireen, who I feel is just one of those people who is so amazing, I will always be a fangirl. We lived with Yosh directly next to the TV tower that had giant babies crawling up it. I'm not sure I even ever took a photo of it.
Prague had so many highlights
I walked everywhere in Prague, and the gorgeous buildings and abundant parks made these walks even more delightful.
We went on a hike, and to a massive Olympics stadium pool a couple of times.
We celebrated Independence Day in our backyard with sparklers and fire dancers.
We visited all of the breweries including my new favorite, Pivovar Raven.
I went on a solo underground tour, lunch, and beer museum day, which everyone should do when they get the chance.
Lise and I went on a See You Later lunch and we ordered all of the vegan desserts.
Leah and I went on a See You Later dinner and ordered all of the frozen margaritas.
We went to a street food festival, the zoo, and the Letná beer garden overlooking Prague.
Erin B and I went on our first lunch date!
I had my first facial on Remote Year, and my first ever sugar wax.
I got my hair done for the second time on Remote Year; it was markedly better than my first experience.
We did yoga in our backyard, and one time we even did Beer Yoga in the city of beer.
We worked in the old Danish Embassy.
I went to so many all-vegan restaurants, and I didn't even go to all of them AND I finally found a giant bucket of nutritional yeast.
I started a new job with people I have loved for a decade.
I went on 1,000 fantastic walking tours with Marco, the Naked Tour Guide, including one track where we watched the film Anthropoid.
I listened to Mike as he and his Ikigais had a month full of goodbyes for the end of his Remote Year program, and I missed him a lot.
I toured an entire church full of decorations made out of skeletons, which was my favorite thing ever.
Meraki started watching Game of Thrones together when the seventh season debuted.
Our picnic in the park got rained out, but we persisted.
On that note, I'm still getting to know people in Meraki, which is a blessing in so many ways.
29 Seconds in Prague
Merakis in Prague!