All posts tagged travel

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My Upcoming 2017 Travel Plans

I’ve been depriving myself of travel lately. You know when you go on a diet and you say you can’t have chocolate anymore? And then you find a chocolate bar […]

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On Turning 30: A Birthday to Remember

After turning 30, people often look back on their twenties and report that they were the years of self exploration and personal growth, for being wild and free. Many say they were […]

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How to Be Single and 30

If you haven’t seen the new movie, “How to Be Single,” you should grab your girlfriends, sneak a bottle of wine in your purse, and go. Just go. Not only […]

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I’m Tired of Traveling

I’m tired of traveling. I never ever thought I’d hear myself say that. I certainly never dreamed I’d ever put it in writing and share it with all of you. […]

10 Little Known Attractions in Rome

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Guest Post: 7 Manmade Wonders of Singapore

Gone are the days of pirates and Ancient World trade games; Singapore is a bustling sea metropolis with manmade treasures for miles—and they’re definitely worth a visit. Be you a […]

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On Returning to Thailand

Every time I look at a world map, I get a bit overwhelmed at the number of countries I still have yet to see. I know I’ve been fortunate to […]

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Stranded Roadside in Cuba: A Hitchhiking Adventure

In my previous post, I wrote about all things cool in Havana, including the classic 1950s American cars that color every city road in hues of blue and green and […]

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Guest Post: Visit Chinatown in New York City

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A highway in Central Oregon.

The Other Side of Fear: What’s Next?

I recently read my writing out loud, to a crowd of people, in a room more suited for an Italian orchestra than a Master of Arts Thesis Reading. I stood […]

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Guest Post: Five Unusual Accommodations in Mongolia

Mongolia itself is an unusual country. It’s a country that is roughly the same size as Western Europe, with a population of only about three million. Between one-third to two-thirds […]

Guest Post: Learn a New Sport While Traveling

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Lake Agnes, Colorado

9 Things To Do in Northern Colorado with Photos

With the change of every season, I get a rush of excitement. While others mourn the loss of sunny days and warm weather, I try to stay positive about the […]

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My New Affinity for Rock Climbing

The first rock I ever climbed was as tall as some of Bangkok’s skyscrapers, a limestone pillar jutting out of Thailand’s western shore, overlooking the turquoise sea. I was playing […]

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