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Cobblestone streets of Puerto Vallarta lend to the charm of the historic city center. Although some would call them dangerous due in part to their uneven surface and ability to form potholes, the original use of cobblestones during the early days was quite practical. 387 more words

Puerto Vallarta

Earth Tones

Since we arrived in Germany almost 2 months ago, we’ve slowly started to explore the area of Wiesbaden. A popular place is the downtown area, where you can find a multitude of shops, cafés, and restaurants lining the cobblestone streets. 529 more words


Vive México

Technically, I’m on holiday. But the Strava art obsession never really rests, and I’d’ve been really quite sad to have spent two weeks in Bucerias without adding at least one more piece to my Strava doodles collection. 153 more words


Don't Cry For Me, Puerto Rico: My Final Postcard

If you want to use Google Earth to find me, just enter 18.44 N and 66.01 W.  That’s me, sitting at the beach bar waiting for an order of nachos. 677 more words

Everyday Events

That Dewy Morning

They beat me
and dragged
into a grave
they said
to bury me
there were so
many hands
I went limp from
And then you came… 78 more words
Photography And Art

RTW Trip Cordoba, Spain Day 23: Cute streets, the Mezquita, and a Bullfighting Restaurant

Europe is filled with charming cities with old buildings and character.  After visiting several cities, you realize you can only take so many photos of little, cute alleys.  162 more words