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Hostel Living is Some of the Best Living – Camino de Santiago

The kitchen was packed with just about every nationality you could think of. Not a really a big kitchen but still plenty of stove top and ovens for everyone to cook what they needed. Raluel, a Spanish man from our newly forming group, offered to make lentil soup with potatos, carrots, and garlic. Meanwhile, a […]

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Day 3 – Camino de Santiago

We started the next morning’s walk in silence. Each of us slowly branched off from the group until we were all walking alone. It happened quite naturally and was quite nice. It gave for moments of self reflection and was a calm awakening to the morning. Soon we all connected again and then dispursed. This […]

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Day 2 – Camino de Santiago

Sleep. Probably one of the most important things your body needs. Especially while traveling and especially when walking 20 to 30 kilometers. That being said, when you are sleeping in a hostel with over 100 people you are bound to have at least a few people that snore and ruin the sleep patterns for everyone […]

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Venice, Italy

Venice, Italy After hardly getting any sleep on the train I FINALLY made it to Venice. Next was the hard part, navigating the narrow tiny streets from one side of the island to the other, then take a ferry to another island to my hostel. To say the least, I got lost as all hell. […]

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Ich bin ein Berliner

Some travel by bus, some by train, and some by plane. This time, I chose to travel by Bla Bla Car. It’s kind of a funny name but it’s a great idea. It’s basically Uber meets Couch Surfing. How it works is people who are driving a long distance, for example, from Hamburg, Germany to […]

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Copenhagen, Denmark

I awoke to the captain announcing that we were preparing for landing. I checked my phone and noticed that slept through the entire discography of Death Cab for Cutie and the majority of the 7 hour flight. Before too long I would be stepping foot in my first foreign country. I still wasn’t nervous, perhaps […]

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Quit Your Job, Chase Your Dreams

Three months ago my roommate, Erica, asked me what is your word for 2015? “Don’t think about it, what’s the first word that pops into your head.” “Adventure.” I blurted out without any thought or hesitation.   Fast-forward a few months to right around mid to late February. My job was starting to get to […]

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