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Wednesday Photo Nights #4 : Kiyomizudera and Kinkaku-ji, Kyoto, Japan

Wednesday Photo Nights #4 : Kiyomizudera and Kinkaku-ji, Kyoto, Japan

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Wednesday Photo Nights #3 : Teotihuacán, Mexico

Wednesday Photo Nights #3 : Teotihuacán, Mexico

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Ziplining in Orocovis, Puerto Rico … [Toroverde Nature Adventure Park review]

Have I mentioned that I like zip lines? I’m going to put my affinity for them along with waterfalls and sky cars. Here is the list of the top 4 lines in the world and so far I’ve done #1, 3,4. Pronutro zip 2000 : 2,000 meters/ 6,561 feet. It is located in Sun City South Africa. It descends 918 feet at a speed of 100 mph. Hoonah Icy Straight Point, Alaska: 1,625 meters/ 5,330 feet long. The zip line in Hoonah Icy Straight Point, Alaska takes 90 seconds to complete a 1,300 foot vertical drop at 24 degrees. La ... Read More »

Wednesday Photo Nights #2 : Djemma el-Fna, Marrakech, Morocco

Wednesday Photo Nights #2 : Djemma el-Fna, Marrakech, Morocco

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You’re bored in San Francisco … 25 links to cool, cheap and random stuff going on in San Fran

I always have a tough time finding stuff to do in San Francisco … NOT! Here is a love list completely copied from the San Francisco CS group. I always get asked for lists of things to do in all the cities I’ve visited … so this is a start to those lists. Who said that you can’t find anything to do on a Monday night … well it’s tough if you live in a crappy city … true story! People In Plazas - free musical concerts in San Francisco public spaces. The List - great list of concerts, gigs, ... Read More »

Wednesday Photo Nights #1 : Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica

Wednesday Photo Nights #1 : Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica

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I made Chicken Soup and I’m happy to be home … some thoughts on long term travel

After the last couple of years of working and travelling, I’ve met a lot of people on the road. Typically, once I’ve told them about where and how much I’ve travelled, I get responses and questions in the following ilk “Man, that is fantastic, I wish I could do that” “You’re so lucky to be able to do that” “You must have the best job in the world” “Does work pay for your travelling? How can I get a job like that?” To most people, they think that I have the best job in the world. Essentially, I get paid ... Read More »

Swim, see and photograph Magens Bay in St. Thomas …

There are very few places in the world where I actually think that a morning jog would be awesome, especially since this Trini does not do the “cardio ting”. That being said, I think if there was a stretch of beach that would inspire a run, it would be America’s finest and most reliable treadmill : Magens Bay. It’s a heart shaped, one mile stretch of gorgeous white sand, easy waves and picture perfect tourist brochure charm. Everyone talks about Magens Bay, it’s kinda like how we talk about Maracas Bay, except that Magens Bay is prettier, less over run ... Read More »

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