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October 19, 2014 , 11 Comments

  The thick doors of St. Mark’s Basilica close behind us, shutting us off to the whir and clamor of the throngs of people in Venice and we step into the [...]

Chiang Mai Moments: The moto ride

October 15, 2014 , 8 Comments

Welcome to a new series on d travels ’round, Chiang Mai Moments. This series will profile small moments in time during my life  as an expat i ...

Are tourists ruining Venice?

October 14, 2014 , 38 Comments

In front of me, a sea of people spans in all directions, even as the gray clouds above us threaten to burst. Deep in the heart of San Marco Square, [. ...

Where to stay in Boracay

October 14, 2014 , No comments

  Editor’s Note: This post is provided by The Boracay Beach Hotel and Resort Accommodation – online guide to Boracay Island’s pre ...

  • Falling in love with Ljubljana: Part Two
    October 2, 2014 , 22 Comments

    Ljubljana, nestled in Slovenia, is the capital of the small Central European country. Combining Mediterranean beauty with art nouveau and baroque styles, the city is a potpourri of worlds, all [...]

  • 35 lessons to learn in life
    September 30, 2014 , 36 Comments

    Well. I’ve done it. I’ve hit 35. And, in my infinite wisdom, I have been sitting here thinking all day about lessons to learn in life. Lessons I have learned [...]

  • The Medieval Škofja Loka
    September 12, 2014 , 4 Comments

    It’s hitting that magnificent Golden Hour when we arrive to Škofja Loka (Slovene for Bishop’s Meadow), a medieval city only 25 km from Ljubljana. The day has been a long one, starting [...]

  • The rush of Vintgar Gorge
    August 27, 2014 , 21 Comments

    There is a whisper of water that gently mists my face, speckling my glasses as I make my way towards the quiet roar a few feet away. I breathe in the [...]

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