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Florida Keys Stories Through Photos

07 | 21 Featured

Here are a bunch of photos (and a thousand or so words) to describe the feeling and stories behind the Florida Keys.

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Muskoka, Ontario: A Lifetime of Memories in Cottage Country

07 | 17 Canada

Some pictures and stories of my visit to Muskoka Ontario and the lifetime of memories it holds for me. Included: a shot of me 12 years ago on a sportbike!

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Why People Visit the Florida Keys, and Never Leave

07 | 07 Featured

I met many people in the Florida Keys who were born elsewhere, but now call them home. Here’s why, and the magnetic appeal of the Florida Keys & Key West.

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Dear Florida: What is it About You?

07 | 02 Featured

Find out why Florida is the most consistent place I’ve visited in all of my full-time travels, and why I’m going back just now.

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Trekking to Lares Hot Springs in Peru

06 | 09 Featured

With a 1,300 meter ascent, a 1,500 metre descent, and a pass at 4,700 meters (15,400+ feet), soaking in Peru’s Lares hot springs was the ultimate reward.

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Best Luggage for Long-Term Travel: Backpacks vs Rolling Luggage

05 | 26 Featured

Best luggage for long-term travel: Here’s why I use rolling luggage now, with criteria for when you should choose backpacks, rolling luggage, or a hybrid.

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How Failing on the Side of a Mountain in Peru was a Great Success

04 | 28 Featured

Failing to climb Apu Nusta in Peru was quite a cathartic and culturally enriching experience. Finding success, in failure.

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Trekking in the Andes (Part 3): Machu Picchu

04 | 14 Featured

My five-day trip through the Andes culminated in Machu Picchu: a place lives up to, and even exceeds all the hype, and challenged me on many levels.

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Trekking the Andes (Pt 2): Huchuy Qosqo, and our Quechua “Mama”

04 | 10 Featured

On day two of our trek in the Peruvian Andes, we perform a Peruvian ceremony, visit the ancient Huchuy Qosqo, and meet our Quechua “Mama” who adopts us.

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