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Been too long

Since I pointed the compass out of town

Too long since I raced the sun

It’s time to hear the engine whine…

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Humor

A Visit to Pulteney Distillery

I journeyed to the far Northeast of Scotland to Pulteney Distillery on the same day I’d visited its sister, Balblair. The drive from Tain to Wick took me along one of the most dramatic roads I’ve ever driven—a narrow two-lane highway (A9) all along the sea cliffs, sometimes mere inches from a massive drop, winding up and up and then plunging down. 1,000 more words

Booze - Whisky

6 Essentials Missing From Hostels That Anger All Travelers

Hostel life is great, there is no doubt about that. It is an entertaining, social, and economical way to go about traveling which many people enjoy. 849 more words

Exploring Easter Island - Ahu Tongariki & Rano Raraku

Exploring Easter Island – Highlights of Day 4
Photographs by Jean-Jacques Morin
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Photography

On the Road by Jack Kerouac

On the back of my borrowed copy of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road, there’s a quote from Bob Dylan: “It changed my life like it changed everyone else’s.” It’s a book so far entrenched into the modern American canon that it inevitably comes with high expectation. 677 more words

adventures of ddk

Three wonderful days were spent in Chiang Mai (northern Thailand) before we headed up to Laos. One of my favourite days in Chiang Mai was th day we went to an elephant sanctuary. 821 more words

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