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Lets go to the beach

Mexican tourist areas are known for their beaches–here are the closest beaches in Cabo San Lucas.

Medano Beach:  The main tourist beach of Cabo.  Directly in line with Lands End most of the resorts of Cabo have rooms overlooking Medano.   417 more words


Lake Atitlán

Lake Atitlán: a massive shout out to the hostel La Iguana Perdida

When we finished relaxing at the amazing Zephyr Lodge in Lanquin (see my other post), we decided to go to Lake Atitlán. 639 more words

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Getting to Caye Caulker From Belize International Airport

Caye Caulker is a little island just off the coast of mainland Belize, there are no paved roads and the main method of transport on the island is golf cart or bicycle!   839 more words

Worldwide Destinations

Doubling down on equity and social justice

King County’s ambitious program to extend fairness and opportunity to all is rolling out to departments and agencies.

ESJ goal areas

  • Leadership, operations, and services…
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Metro Transit

Never a Dull Moment on the Dal Lake

Staying on a houseboat on Dal Lake was a unique experience. At first it felt a bit stifling as I could not go to a cafe for a cuppa whenever I wanted to as I had to wait for a shikara or water taxi to take me to the shore. 595 more words


Cruising down to Chinatown Chicago 

I’ve been living in Chicago for about 5 years now, and I have not fully explored all that this Windy City has to offer. Every time I venture further out into the city, I exclaim how large it really is. 467 more words


Another country's war story

Rotterdam, Netherlands: Day Four: Tuesday 27th December 2016

Today is our final day in Rotterdam; earlier in the week we had spied the docking point of the local river taxi. 364 more words

Rotterdam, Netherlands