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  • The Story of The American's Creed

    The American’s Creed ‘I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers area derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic; a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect Union, one and inseparable; established upon […]

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  • Why Go to California

    Why Visit California Everyone knows California for its beaches and Hollywood but there is a lot more than that to experience in the Golden State. There is fun and adventure and some spectacular unexpected beauty and history. If you are looking for something other then theme parks and celebrity sightings, here are some hidden […]

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  • Personal Tour of Seattle's Pike Place Market

    The Pike Place Market in Seattle has turned into a major tourist destination for the city. The sign and the brass pig are iconic. I wanted to show a different side of the Pike. The Pike Place Market is full of history, colorful local characters, and even a few ghost stories. This is the […]

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  • How To Get Over Driving Anxiety

    Whether or not you have a license, you can still suffer from driving anxiety. There are many different types of reasons why you’re experiencing driving anxiety or vehophobia (known as a driving phobia). Some of these reasons might include past negative experiences (road rage, trauma, getting lost, panic attacks), driving alone to an unknown […]

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  • Outer Banks Lighthouse Trip – Currituck

     Where in the World R We Going? This trip to the Outer banks weekend continues our NC Lighthouse Quest. Currituck Lighthouse in the Outer Banks is my favorite. We still will blog again about the Cape Lookout Lighthouse when we take a visit to Fort Macon and New Bern, NC, so please keep checking […]

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  • So, what's Glastonbury really like?

    So, what’s Glastonbury really like? From the most amazing choices of food to silent discos and more stages than you can count on two hands, Glastonbury is an incredible experience which, if possible, you should experience at least once in your life! If you want to read about my first Glastonbury experience in 2017 […]

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  • Your Visit to Gold Bug Hot Springs

    I had never been much of a backcountry or multi-day hiker until I worked for an adventure travel company last summer. My coworkers there introduced me to the skills, equipment, and knowledge I needed to get into backcountry hiking, and I found out that-contrary to

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  • 3 Days In Marrakesh: What You Need To See And Do – Pots + Planes

    Dreaming of travelling to the beautiful north African country of Morocco? You should go! What an interesting and colourful country! So much to see and do…the desert of course, but also mountains, the seaside, the history of the old, the beauty of the new…the shopping…in a week we barely scratched the surface. If Marrakesh […]

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  • Simon's Hostel Stalker – Tales of Travelers

    This story speaks to the true crime fanatic in me. The storyteller is one of my great friends, Simon. I met Simon through a pal that I worked with at Travel Joy Hostels (RIP) here in London. Simon and I bonded over our hostel living lives and our shared love of travel and I […]

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  • Travel around the world – Portugal

    My list of visited countries has extended by visiting this beautiful and colored place called Portugal. I have to be fair, it wasn’t on my soon-to-visit list of countries, but it became top of the list when a good friend of mine (Andreea) went there for a semester for master’s degree with Erasmus. Therefore, […]

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