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Walking the Tidal Pools at Burntcoat Head Park in Nova Scotia
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Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Nova Scotia
Pristine Barskoon Valley in Kyrgyzstan
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Learning to Appreciate the Bauhaus in Dessau, Germany
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While I do enjoy admiring architecture when I travel, I never saw myself as someone who appreciates modern design. It’s fine, but normally I tend to gravitate towards architectural styles that are much older. I think that’s why I was so curious about visiting one of Germany’s most modern UENSCO World Heritage Sites, the Bauhaus in Dessau. I wanted to challenge m...

Remnants of the Detailed Burana Tower in Kyrgyzstan
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Travel News: July 31, 2017
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TSA to X-Ray Electronics Larger than a Cell PhoneTravel Pulse

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced Wednesday that it will begin implementing stronger screening procedures, including forcing travelers to put all electr...

Exploring Spain With Abercrombie & Kent – My Favorite Experiences and Takeaways
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Sometimes in life we just click with other people, places and even companies, and that’s certainly been the case for me with the luxury tour provider Abercrombie & Kent. First patronizing their extraordinary services last year in Tanzania, a few months ago I had the great opportunity to try something a little different, a small group tour around Spain.

It’s a Small World – The Power of Deciding to Disconnect
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I recently returned from a trip to Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan to be exact. Not knowing a whole lot about the country before first visiting, in my mind’s eye I had constructed something in between China circa 400AD and “Mad Max.” I don’t know why, it seems insane to me now because it is. In actuality, Kyrgyzstan has many of the modern amenities we’d all expect, although I do h...

Instagram Highlights From My First Trip to Kyrgyzstan

No, Kyrgyzstan isn’t on the travel radar for most people. Heck, most people can’t even place this Central Asian country on a map; I know I couldn’t. But almost immediately after arriving into the country I began to understand why so many people have fallen deeply in love with it. Amazing landscapes, delicious food and some of the kindest people I’ve ever met, these were just a few of the daily hallmarks ...

4 Sights in Ireland’s Ancient East You May Not Know But Should
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Perhaps the most important lesson I learned while exploring Ireland’s Ancient East in partnership with Tourism Ireland was that the term is so much more expansive than one would otherwise think. Yes, the country’s oldest and arguably most important sites are all included, but so are more modern destinations ...