Ruta de la Paz (Route of Peace) in El Salvador

Visit the heart of the Ruta de la Paz (Route of Peace) where heavy fighting took place during the Civil War in El Salvador.

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San Salvador, The Heart Of An Endearing Country

San Salvador, the capital of Central America’s smallest country, El Salvador, is a vibrant and colorful place to visit.

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Video: A Walk Through The Morning Market In Luang Prabang, Laos

Video of walking through the locals’ open-air morning market in Luang Prabang, Laos.

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The Best Two Websites For Purchasing Travel Insurance

Find out why you should buy travel insurance and which websites are the best and least expensive places to buy it.

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The Top 5 Markets In Southeast Asia

Here are the best five markets to visit in all of Southeast Asia.

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The Hadzabe Tribe – The Last Full-Time Hunter-Gatherers In Africa

The Hadzabe are a hunter-gatherer tribe in Tanzania who exist off the land much like they have done for thousands of years.

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The Ngorongoro Crater

The Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania is the largest intact caldera in the world and has a permanent population of over 30,000 animals.

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Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti conjures up images of immense natural beauty with a wide array of exotic animals existing in a natural state relatively unchanged by human intervention, and these photos support this. What an amazing place!

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Photo Essay: Colorful Nicaragua – Part 3

Visiting Nicaragua now is like visiting Costa Rica 20-30 years ago, and ere are some photos of two of the best places to visit in the entire country – Ometepe Island and San Juan del Sur.

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Kenya – Nairobi to Mombasa

My partner and I got back from our amazing trip to Kenya and Tanzania last week, and I still can’t fully comprehend all that we saw during our time there. As you can well imagine, both countries are full of wonderful photo opportunities. Here is a quick set of shots that covered my time in [...]

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Photo Essay: Colorful Nicaragua – Part 2

Here is Part 2 of a three part series of photos I took in Nicaragua (see Part 1 here, see Part 3 here). With such a rich and colorful culture it’s pretty hard to not constantly be snapping away with your camera when you are there. Enjoy! Muñecas (dolls) at the locals’ market in the [...]

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Photo Essay: Colorful Nicaragua – Part 1

I had high expectations for great photo opportunities when I went to Nicaragua, and I certainly wasn’t disappointed. Between the rich culture, the natural beauty and not being overdeveloped yet for tourism there were plenty of opportunities to get some interesting shots. Just like I kept hearing, Nicaragua is in many ways much like what [...]

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Photo Essay: The Texas Hill Country

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Texas, it’s not the old school, Hollywood-inspired perception of solely a bunch of flat land with tumbleweeds rolling around in the wind. Texas is a massive state, over 25% larger than France, and this enormous size makes room for several different ecosystems, one of them being the [...]

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Photo Essay: The Streets Of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Admittedly the Temples of Angkor near Siem Reap are the absolute must-sees when people visit Cambodia. They are some of the most amazing ruins in the world and certainly should not be missed. However, the capital city of Phnom Penh has its charms as well, so if you have an extra day or two I [...]

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Top 10 Things To Do In Luang Prabang, Laos – Part 2

In last week’s post I covered the first five of the Top 10 things to do in magical Luang Prabang. As I have said before, this is my favorite little city in all of Asia, and that’s saying a lot! If you ever have the opportunity to go there, I really can’t recommend it enough. [...]

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