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I Dream of India: The Most Interesting Country in the World

Of the 53 countries I’ve traveled to, thus far, I can say without hesitation that India has been the most interesting. It was, from the moment I crossed the border from Nepal by foot, an assault on the senses in both good and bad ways. The food, the running riot

What’s It’s Been Like to Travel Under 3 US Presidents and Donald Trump

In the period of fifteen minutes this summer, while walking around the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, I witnessed two things which perfectly showed just how much who is president can impact how it feels to travel as an American. The first was a tour guide who pointed to a nearby

14 Ways Travel Has Changed Over the Last 20 Years

The other day I walked groin first into a poll while touring around Prague's Old Town. Sadly, this was not the result of me staring up at all the beautiful architecture in what I consider to be the most beautiful man-made city in the world. It happened because my eyes

Instituto Franklin: es lo que hay

A little over a year ago I enrolled in a program. The goal was to live in Spain, work as an ESL teacher, and obtain what was called a Master’s degree by the program. The courses were through Instituto Franklin which operated out of the historical Universidad de Alcalá facilities. There

11 Thoughts on Machu Picchu

I just returned from a tough, rewarding and thought provoking trip to several South American countries this summer. For me, like many people who travel down that way, the highlight of the trip was a visit to Machu Picchu in Peru. After going to see one of the modern seven

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