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Hi! My name is Elizabeth Wright and welcome to The Wright Table, here in Corozal, Belize. One might think that living in developing country would mean limited home cooking options to experiment with different cuisines. And while it is true that some ingredients can be hard to come by, it's more than possible to adjust and adapt any number of recipes to produce some pretty awesome dishes. Join in the fun and witness the challenges and opportunities of cooking in this paradise my husband David and I call home. Want to read about our adventures of moving and living here in Corozal? Pop on over to our sister blog, The Wright Time in Belize (http://thewrightime.blogspot.com/).
This is where I blog about my daily misadventures and ongoing projects here in Reykjavík, where I'm currently working as a physiotherapist. There will be very little about my work on this blog, though, as my patients have a right to their privacy. Instead I will be writing about my side projects and thoughts including but not limited to bread baking, hiking, politics and general geekery. Blog posts are mainly in English, but German, Spanish and Icelandic might turn up as well.
I'm an American wife, mom, and linguist, living in a little town in rural China, spittin' distance from Vietnam. Life is quite different here from the big, shiny cities in the rest of the country. No McDonald's, no airport, no Carrefour...but lots and lots of water buffalo. Come on by for a visit. You'll be glad you did.
Living in Italy...the dream.. Most of the time it really can be. I love taking photos of where we have visited, some tell more of a story than others. Posting them on facebook has been the main preference to date. But being conscious that some people just might have enough of my postings! I have decided to record my pinch me moments in photos on a blog, that way people can choose to see, I get to record more of what I want to and keep the memories alive.