TRAVEL DIARY: BARCELONA — BACK ALY BLOG

In case you haven’t noticed the gram blowing up with photos this past week, my family and I made a journey to Spain for our first family vacation in ten years. Granted our family has grown since our Disney World endeavours, so it was eight of us in total. This made manoeuvring difficult but sangria […]

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Weekly Adventures — Another Point of View

It’s been a nice past week with a few adventures here and there. Between the beach, shopping, Uni, waterfall trip, and a weekend trip it was a good week! Wednesday Yesterday we took a short drive to Buderim Falls which was about 20 minutes up the rode (unless you got a bit lost like […]

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The Fascinating and Troubled Floating Village of Kompong Luong, Cambodia — Writes of Passage

I’ve been putting off writing about our visit to Kompong Luong, a large floating village on Tonlé Sap Lake in Cambodia. Maybe it’s because I was somewhat uncomfortable being there. Also, my knowledge about the community is poor, so I feel ill-equipped to write about it. And, my photos, taken in the bright glare of […]

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Why Traveling Abroad is So Important — THE THREE YEAR EXPERIMENT

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” – Gustave Flaubert I was recently chatting with a friend who’s considering spending a few months in another country with her family. It’s a big decision and she’s not sure if it’s the right one. Couldn’t their travel bug be […]

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The Cuisine of Spain — Reaching Wanderlust

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Of course, one of the most important parts of any culture is the food. You cannot know a culture a part from its food, it’s all a part of the experience. I have had the pleasure of living with a Spanish host family that cooks me the many wonderful dishes of Spain. It has been […]

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How Living a Zero Waste Lifestyle Helped Us Save for Our Move to Spain — Girl For A Clean World

I am by NO means a financial expert, heck, I don’t even have a retirement account, but I would like to share a few tips on how Fernando and I saved for our big move and paid off my debts in one year’s time. Living a low impact lifestyle was an integral part of saving, […]

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Cochamo — Yuki Kuroda

It was my first time in South America. When I heard about Cochamo, a place for granite multi-pitch full of cracks and corners, I knew I had to visit. Cochamo is in Chile. It has been a popular destination for Chilean hikers and is starting to become a popular international destination among climbers. I originally […]

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Our Trip to Ireland and England – Part I — Bob Boze

Part I – An overview of where we went and why. Details of our excursions will be in separate posts of Parts II and III. Our trip planning started almost a year ago. That would be back in June during Casey’s first visit to San Diego. While I was showing her around, one of the […]

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A Day Trip to Torres del Paine, Chile — Why Waste Annual Leave?

A day trip of a lifetime – a travel blog lowdown on visiting the Torres del Paine National Park in Chile from Argentina

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Travel Is About More Than The Destination. — Bemused Backpacker

 

When you are travelling the world visiting awesome tropical islands and majestic mountain ranges, glittering megalopolis cities and mysterious jungles, take some time to appreciate the journey too, because the journey is what real travel is all about.

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