Archive for August, 2015

My List

August 18, 2015
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My List

One of the things most likely to come up in a conversation with me, no matter the topic, is my list. My all-encompassing list of activities and destinations I have yet to experience. As a traveler, this list keeps getting bigger with each Internet search and knowledge of new adventures. I’ll give you a...
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Planning Turkey & Greece

August 16, 2015
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Planning Turkey & Greece

Finally, a unique trip. Though I’ve done quite a bit of traveling the last two years, many of my destinations were repeat trips or places that didn’t really challenge me, like Paris, London, and Prague. Stepping out of the arrival doors of Beijing airport in 2002 was such a rush; despite being accompanied by...
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Adult Friendships: Making it Worth the Time

August 14, 2015
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Adult Friendships: Making it Worth the Time

It used to be that all it took to be friends was shared circumstance: you go to school with the same people or grow up in the same neighborhood, you’re bound to hang out and learn to like each other (or, consequentially, swear to be enemies until the end of time). There are fewer...
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How can I travel to Saudi Arabia?

August 5, 2015
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How can I travel to Saudi Arabia?

Cuba is now open to tourism. People are still paying thousands of dollars to tour North Korea (state sponsored, but still). And while most of the American media is spouting information regarding Syria and most of the middle east as a death trap, I find myself wondering about the answer to this question. There...
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