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    13 2014 October

    Eating With the Locals in the Philippines: Three Ways to Experience Manila’s Food Culture

    If you’re new to this blog, or to my travel stories, then you need to know something about me before reading further.  I am not a foodie.  It’s not that I don’t like to eat.  I love eating, and I enjoy trying new, unique, and...

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    05 2014 September

    All Good Things Must End: Lessons from 18 Months on the Road with Tears on My Keyboard

    Watch the video above first, then read my recap to find out all you’ve ever wanted to know about my trip! (If you’re looking for Alissa’s video, click here) It’s been a long trip, so let’s start with the statistics.  Here are the numbers I racked...

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    06 2014 June

    D-Day Then and Now: Normandy After 70 Years

    In May, Alissa and I spent four days in Normandy exploring all the D-Day memorials, cemeteries, and ruins from 70 years ago.  In honor of the 70th anniversary of the invasion, I put together my best Then and Now shots from those times.  Enjoy!  -Dan...

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    29 2014 May

    Part 2: 27 More Amazing Travel Photos That Will Infect You With The Travel Bug

    Only two months after I published my first 27 Amazing Travel Photos article it became the most popular article ever on this site.   So I decided to publish another 27 of my favorite travel photos that will help you get an itch to travel.  Each photographer is linked if you...

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    26 2014 May

    A Walk Around Auschwitz and the Ruins of Pure Evil

    “Oh my god, have you like, done Auschwitz yet?  It’s like, sooo sad.”  This is what the 19-year-old girl at our hostel asked me during breakfast yesterday.  I wasn’t really sure how to react to her question.  Have I DONE Auschwitz yet?  What a weird...

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    18 2014 May

    Then and Now: Poland’s Tragic WWII History

    The photo above is one of my favorite photos from WWII.  Warsaw was completely destroyed by Germany at the end of the war, and the photo is of the statue of Christ Bearing His Cross laying in the middle of Warsaw’s rubble.  Something about this photo...

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