Category: Travel

All of my travel adventures!

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Culture Shock: What to Expect When Coming Back from Thailand

It’s been about 36 hours now since I’ve returned home from my two and a half week trip to Thailand. Things went rather well, and I’ll have plenty more to say about it later....

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A Trip, But to Where?

My adventures through the world are continuing. I’m about to board a flight to Laguardia Airport, and from there I’ll connect to my final destination. This is kind of a big trip, so I’m...

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A Trip to Chicago, Day 3

Monday mornings are usually reserved for grumblings and self-loathing. However, this Monday was a bit of a change, as it was the final day of our trip to Chicago. We arose early and had...

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A Chicago Weekend, Day 2

Morning came quickly, but we were in no hurry to rush into the day. We let it unfold slowly, savoring the taste and feel of 2017. Finally though, we began day 2 of our...

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A Weekend in Chicago, Day 1

New Year’s Eve is always a fun time of celebrating with friends. However, this year, Drew and I decided to take a different approach. It had been months since our last excursion, meaning that...

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Chilling at Caribe Club in Punta Cana

It started as a faint glimmer, but then quickly blossomed into full-fledged desire. Drew and I felt the travel itch. It was time to get away once more. With the pressing weight of a...

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Lake Erie Wine Country Trail Itinerary, Day 2

It was too much to record our entire Lake Erie Wine Country trip in one post, so here is part two. If you missed part one, go back and check it out here. Anyway, to...

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Lake Erie Wine Country Itinerary, Day 1

Unbeknownst to many, the Lake Erie region has a treasure trove of wineries. In fact, the area has even created a Lake Erie Wine Country trail to promote them all. This littering of wineries spreads from...

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Italy: Pizza, Ancient Ruins, and a Healthy Dose of Creepers

As soon as I started thinking about planning for my Easter break, one thought immediately came to mind – Italy. The long stretch of winter had been wearing on both my spirits and my...

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Preparing for a Pilgrimage: What to Take on the Camino de Santiago

Walking 500 some miles is not an easy feat, especially when you have to carry everything you need on your back. It really keeps you grounded and makes you realize exactly what is and...

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