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Photo Essay: Barcelona

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” – Henry David Thoreau

As the first post in a series dedicated to the enchanting city of Barcelona, this photo essay aims to capture some of its many facets in an attempt to demonstrate why the capital of Catalonia should be explored at least once by any traveller.

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End of Summer, Looking Back on Puerto Vallarta

August is almost over and fall is fast approaching. The days will be getting shorter and colder and I’ll be trading in my ice coffees for pumpkin spiced lattes. 69 more words

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Laphroaig Distillery, Islay, Scotland

Sometime in 2013 I have launched a personal exploration project descriptively called  “one bottle of single malt from each distillery in Scotland”. Until recently, I just bought the bottles and tested them one by one. 604 more words

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Another unique hotel for you to try out!

There is never a shortage of unique hotels, and this (photo above) is no exception. Nestled in the Chilean Patagonian Rainforest, this magical hotel is a surprise waiting to be discovered. 28 more words

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World's Most Amazing Restaurants With a View

Amazing restaurants that marry heavenly views with multi-starred menus.

Cuz’s Fish Shack, Barbados

The fish “cutter” sandwich is a Bajan obsession, and this decades-old clapboard hut on Carlisle Bay is the place to get hooked. 730 more words

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1570 Arrogant Miles

My Pops and I drove up the States over a weekend almost two years ago.  It was a great adventure and it solidifies my love of road-trips.  Enjoy.

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Living abroad

It’s crazy to be able to say that I have lived in Europe for a few months, lived in a place where I didn’t speak the language and went somewhere without knowing anyone.

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