Sucre, Bolivia- In the past, Wade from Vagabondjourney.com has asked me to transfer my blog and start writing on his site. In the past I’ve said no. There was something appealing about having my own space on the internet. When Wade asked me again and set-up all the groundwork to make it an easy transition [...]
In the past, Wade from Vagabondjourney.com has asked me to transfer my blog and start writing on his site. In the past I’ve said no. There was something appealing about having my own space on the internet.
When Wade asked me again and set-up all the groundwork to make it an easy transition over to Vagabondjourney.com I decided to go for it. It’s still my own space and the biggest perk of the change being that I was able to get off Blogger and start using a WordPress framework which gives me more control over the look and feel of the blog. I might even get a few more readers out of the move.
So What does this Mean For You?
For you it shouldn’t mean much. If you currently subscribe to this blog through e-mail you should still receive e-mail updates. If you ‘followed’ my blog in the past this should also all be transferred over. If you have bookmarked my blog you will just have to update the bookmark. If you don’t you should still be redirected automatically to the new site.
Cubicle Ditcher is now www.cubicleditcher.vagabondjourney.com!
If you have any issues viewing the site or are no longer receiving updates let me know and I’ll fix it as soon as I can. Over the next few weeks you will probably notice a few more tweaks here and there.
What Else Have I Been Up To?
|From Sucre 2011-05 – Recoletta neighborhood of Sucre|
Just living. No traveling. I’ve decided to take a break from moving around for a bit and park myself here in Sucre. I’ve enrolled in a Spanish school and have been taking four hours of private 1-on-1 lessons a day. In the past week I’ve gotten a greater comfort in speaking and have been enjoying becoming more culturally immersed in the city. I’ve been trying to cut out as much English as possible but I still haven’t been able to cut it out completely. Alan has been here for the past week but leaves on Monday. Once gone that should cut out the majority of my current English speaking.
Other than Spanish lessons and studying I don’t do much. I’ve developed my routine of strolling down to the market for breakfast and lunch served each day by the same señorita. Walks around the city and sitting in the park reading occupy my afternoons. Every day is sunny and in the mid to upper 60’s without a cloud in the sky. Life is good.
A Few Photos of Sucre
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