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Isolation in the Time of Coronavirus

Isolation in the Time of Coronavirus

This too shall pass. Persian adage Surprising no one, my planned voyage to Panama and Colombia was canceled at the last minute; both countries closed their borders due to the threat of coronavirus. This...

Havana, Cuba on a Budget

City Guide: Havana, Cuba on a Budget

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Turn Right at Machu Picchu

Turn Right at Machu Picchu

Mark, you can’t finish the Inca Trail and not know that this was the endpoint of a pilgrimmage. John Leviers, Turn Right at Machu Picchu Book Info Author: Mark Adams Published: 2011 Geographic Area:...

Seattle Skyline from Kerry Park

City Guide: Seattle on a Budget

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Seattle Seattle is a place of glorious contrasts. Pristine forests and gleaming skyscrapers. Grunge music and corporate giants. This Pacific Northwest metropolis of 4,000,000 is that perfect balance of...

City Guide: Antigua, Guatemala

Antigua About an hour west of Guatemala City, you’ll find Antigua. Officially known as Antigua Guatemala (“Old Guatemala”), Antigua was the nation’s capital for well over 200 years, until a massive 1773 earthquake badly...

7 Fun Things to Do in Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver is an incredible metropolis on Canada’s temperature southwest coast. Home to almost 2.5 million people and more residential skyscrapers per capita than any other city in North America, Canada’s third-largest city seems even...