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In Search of the Best Beer in Belgium

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Bruges is not only one of my favorite medieval towns in Belgium but also one of my favorite cities in Europe. I crossed over the canal and started down the narrow cobblestone streets into the tiny old town, admiring the […]

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That Time a Group of Travel Bloggers Raised $7,500 for Charity

That Time a Group of Travel Bloggers Raised $7,500 for Charity

It all started with a bunch of naked travel bloggers. It was our first year raising money for charity. 24 of us set out to create a calendar, which we’d sell, and then we’d donate the proceeds to the charitable […]

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20 Killer Photos of Hong Kong

Johnston Road

In summer 2013, I spent six full days in Hong Kong exploring the ins and outs of one of Asia’s greatest cities. As I’ve been dreaming about Hong Kong since my childhood days of watching Cantonese films, I was able to […]

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How to Travel the World for 18 Months and Spend $1,038 on Accommodation

Travel the World for 18 Months

All in all, my journey will reach its four year mark next month at the beginning of April. For the past year and a half, though, I have traveled between nine countries and spent $1,038 on accommodation. Pretty good, if […]

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Do Something Worth Dying For

Do Something Worth Dying For

Everybody talks about living a life worth living. And while I wholeheartedly agree with that sentiment, it lacks a certain depth. What is a life worth living? What fuels it? A life worth living could be cuddling with your loved […]

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20 Killer Photos of New York

20 Killer Photos of New York

I had never spent that much time in New York, even as a Boston native. Though we were only a four hour drive apart, I never took the time to go adventuring. But that was before I started traveling. Now, I […]

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I Went to Vang Vieng and Didn’t Go Tubing: Fed Up with Tourists and the Takeover of Tourism

I Went to Vang Vieng and Didn't Go Tubing: Fed Up with Tourists and the Takeover of Tourism

After 31 days in Southeast Asia, I was fed up. It had been 11 months since my move to Greater Asia, the majority of which had been spent living like a local in China. I had become accustomed to experiencing […]

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A Lesson on Mexican Street Food

A Lesson on Mexican Street Food

Mexican food is not what you think. In the same way that America has butchered their interpretation of traditional Chinese food, so too have they debauched the art of Mexican cuisine. Many North Americans love Mexican food but, unfortunately, the Mexican […]

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How to Eat Like a Local in Croatia

How to Eat Like a Local in Croatia

So you’ve never eaten like a local in Croatia? Let me tell you, friend. You’re in for a treat! No matter where you are in Croatia, your taste buds are treated kindly. Croatia has a diverse range of food, including […]

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The Wild Side of Dublin, Ireland

The Wild Side of Dublin, Ireland

Forget everything you think you know about Dublin. This picturesque city, with its Georgian architecture, winding river, and soothing harp music has a decidedly adventurous side to it. If you’re looking for a heart pounding, death defying drive, an adrenalin-filled […]

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