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Whoa, whoa, whoa, no I didn't forget Oslo Part 2!

The Santa thing was just so exciting I decided to jump ahead. I don’t want to sound dramatic but I will anyway. EVERY day since I left the north has been AMAZING. 609 more words

Paris Food Tour

At Unexpected Wanderlust, each blogger comments on 25 blogs every day in an effort to get our blog out there in the blogging community. I’ve noticed that the articles I click on the most are the ones with lots of pictures of tasty food. 994 more words

General Travel

Have Feet, Will Travel

Traveling is a way of life, as many travelers would tell you. It’s not just about choosing a destination, booking the flight / train tickets and planning touristy things to do before you begin. 417 more words

Cultural Experience

Getting the Most from Travel "Experts": The Travel Agent

This is Part 1 of 5 in a series featuring our tips on how to get the most from various travel “experts”.  Click here for my thoughts on “experts” in general, and stay tuned for Parts 2-5. 647 more words


Getting the Most from Travel "Experts"

Earlier this year, a book entitled The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor came onto my radar.  The title initially caught my eye because it applies to so much more than global poverty reduction (the subject of the book, which is a great and important read, btw). 508 more words


Heavy Heart on Horseback: My Pilgrimage Through Mustang

Mustang lies in the north-central part of Nepal, bordering Tibet (now sadly referred to as China).

The Kingdom of Mustang​ in Nepal​​, despite the connotation,​ has nothing to do with mustangs​!​ ​Mustangs are in fact, truly American, feral horses. 1,868 more words


Getting Arty with Anja

On my second day in LA my Swiss roomie Anja suggested we go down town to the Art district, initially, I was not too keen on the idea, as I was feeling a bit dusty from the night before   308 more words