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Best Waterproof Duffel Bags

If you love traveling in the outdoors, mountaineering, kayaking, camping, or doing anything in the middle of Mother Nature, you really need a great, waterproof duffel bag. We camp a lot year-round when we’re home in South Florida, and having a waterproof duffel bag is something Tracy and I always take with us. No matter if we’re camping, biking, kayaking, or spending a weekend… Read More

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Best Wheeled Duffel Bags

Traveling is a lot more enjoyable when you have bags that make sense – bags that are easy to carry, easy to store, light, and durable. For us, one of the best solutions to all of this are wheeled duffel bags. The best wheeled duffel bags for travel are typically ones that store a lot, without being overly heavy and hard to lug around…. Read More

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Notes On Seeing The Bright Side Of A Dark World

The stunningness still hangs. Seeing the fat man with the hoodie, holding a purposeful cup out at us, thrust like a sword as we strode past in the early-afternoon hours. It was a grey, wintery Friday in Paris, but we saw what can only be described as unalive, deliberately positioned animals as hugging at his side. The lapped-over arms of the deceased made me… Read More

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Anthony Bourdain: A Personal Tribute

I was a second-semester freshman in college in Tennessee, working as a cook at what can only be described as a simple on-campus food station. Mostly easy dishes, Italian favorites that could be quickly and easily concocted like Chicken Penne Pesto and spaghetti with a sad, forlorn marinara sauce. University students constructed a queue at the station and gave their request, and I’d crank… Read More

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The Law Of Attraction And Creating A Life Of Travel

“What do you really want to do?” The question was frequent in those first few days when Tracy and I began dating, without a pot to piss in or anything of value to our names. At the time, we didn’t have a concept of creating our own reality, or of traipsing the globe on some extended, euphoric jaunt, but it was a rather a consolatory… Read More

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Regional Mexican Cuisine: 12 Must Have Dishes In The Yucatan Peninsula

If you live in the United States, chances are you’ve had Mexican cuisine where you live. Chances are good that the food you had was actually pretty good, and even further possible that you can name a handful of truly delicious meals you’ve had at such a restaurant. The chances are slim, however, that what you indulged in what a traditional Mexican dish, but… Read More