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After spending the last five weeks backpacking it across Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina (and Paraguay technically!), we had come to our last destination in South America: Brazil. 505 more words


West Coast, Best Coast: Portugal Edition

Okay, so I obviously fell behind on my “once a week travel blogging!” goal I set before I went to Europe. I kept it up for a while… but honestly, if I was busy working on a blog post, I wouldn’t have gotten to experience my trip to the fullest extent. 860 more words


Charming Downtown Winter Park

While walking downtown in Winter Park and visiting the Morse Museum of Tiffany, I noticed how nice and quaint this town was.  It had wide cobblestone streets lined with trees and nice architecture.   53 more words


Mexican Cobblestones (For Michael)

                                  Mexican Cobblestones (For Michael)

Michael Lai has said he would like to see the cobblestones in Mexico.  Every town and sometimes every street is different.  After a huge mud, stone and water slide in 2007, we lost most of our cobblestones and they were replaced with the compound cobblestone/concrete roads pictured below. 213 more words

Melbourne's bluestone laneways get sleek makeover

May 15, 2015

Peter Barrett

Melbourne’s maze of grungy-but-chic lanes and alleys has been attracting tourists for years. But new works being carried out by the City of Melbourne in Literature Lane, near RMIT, raise questions about the delicate balance between amenity, safety and the more nebulous concept of “character”. 450 more words