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Climbing to Tiger’s Nest in Bhutan

  Today is the day we have looked forward to; the reason we flew half-way around the world. Today we are to climb up to see Bhutan’s famous monastery, Tiger's Nest. It’s a long way from the ...
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Palanqueras, the Fruit Basket Ladies of Cartagena

  I wandered along the stone walls of one of the largest fortresses in the Caribbean. Castillo San Felipe de Barajas dominates the approaches to the old city of Cartagena, Columbia by both land ...
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Five Secluded Beaches You Should Visit This Year

Photo thanks to Humphrey Muleba  With around 2.4 billion people in the world living with 60 miles of the coastline, according to information from the U.N.’s Ocean Conference, there are a lot of ...
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The Blue Mosque, Istanbul

One great photo: the Blue Mosque Photo (c) Bea Bolton
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The Salt Path

The Salt Path by Raynor Winn is a memoir about a couple who looses their home, savings and business on the Welsh countryside in an unlikely foreclosure. Then two days later her husband, Moth, who is ...

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