July 21, 2017
There is a Giant Shoe Museum in Seattle’s Pike Place Market premium
Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington is famous for fresh flowers, fruit, and fish, local arts and crafts, and mouth-watering goodies, but did you know that it’s also the home of the World Famous Giant Shoe Museum? Since childhood, I’ve been fascinated with wonders, curiosities, the odd, and all things bizarre. I think it’s what […]
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Just Chasing Rabbits
July 21, 2017
Planning a Trip with the Pinterest of Iceland: A Review of Travelade premium
This post was brought to you by Travelade. “Hey friends! Heading to Helsinki and can’t wait to hear your tips on where to eat, stay and play…” How often do you see posts like this on your Facebook feed? Maybe my friends are particularly travel-obsessed, but I see them all the time. In fact, I […]
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Alex in Wanderland
July 21, 2017
Instagram Highlights From My First Trip to Kyrgyzstan premium
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 […]
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Land Lopers
July 20, 2017
Vietnam: Hot and Sticky in Hanoi premium
Stepping out of Hanoi International Airport feels like falling face-first into a volcano. In contrast to the freezing airports and air-conditioned airplanes we’ve been trapped in for the past 20 hours, everything has become humid, muggy, and intense.  Shattered from sleeplessness, wrapped up in hoodies, and loaded with backpacks, we — Karen, Dominique and I — […]
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Illumelation
July 20, 2017
Exploring High Ridge Manor: a Bed and Breakfast High Above Paso Robles premium
Views from the balcony along the back of High Ridge Manor.   Are you hunting for a “Bed and Breakfast” in Paso Robles that is away from the crowded downtown, but close enough to the wineries to enjoy tastings? This was exactly the kind of place we were looking for when we stumbled upon High […]
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Traveling without a net
July 20, 2017
My 6 Favorite Moments On and Off Germany’s Martin Luther Trail premium
I’ve been fortunate enough to visit Germany many times over the years, yet no two trips have been the same. Thanks to the width and breadth of experiences found throughout the country, there’s plenty to see and experience to fill still many dozens more trips. Most recently though my mission was clear, to follow the […]
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Land Lopers
July 20, 2017
Colorful Bazaar in Osh, Kyrgyzstan premium
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Land Lopers
July 20, 2017
3 Days in Fort Myers Florida – The Perfect Itinerary premium
Looking for the perfect long weekend getaway from the cold northern winter or just a little bit of sunshine anytime of the year? Why not head to Fort Myers, Florida? There are so many things to do in Fort Myers and the surrounding islands, it… The post 3 Days in Fort Myers Florida – The […]
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Getting Stamped
July 20, 2017
Gay Bogota: our guide to the best bars, clubs and hotels premium
Ever been to a club with 8,000 other gay boys with 13 rooms spread across 5 floors? Neither had we, until we went to Theatron club in Colombia’s capital city, Bogota. The gay scene here is all about this infamous mega club, which is the largest in Latin America. It’s like no other place we’ve ever […]
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Nomadic Boys
July 19, 2017
Taking the Gallery to the Alley: St. Pete’s Street Art Scene premium
If you already read my gushing love letter to St. Pete, Florida, you know that one of the things I loved most was the city’s vibrant museum and gallery scene. The city is bursting with the work of true creative geniuses, hailing from around the block to around the world. Many cities have impressive art […]
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Alex in Wanderland

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