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Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
The waterfront in Piran is beautiful, as is the country, but Slovenian tourism is not ready for the big time

I explained why I don’t like living in the U.S. anymore to the manager of Hostel Val in Piran: the work, work, work; money, money, money; buy, buy, buy mentality that...

Karst mountains frame the gorgeous emerald-colored waters of Lake Bohinj

It was drizzling by the time I arrived at Vintgar Gorge, but not enough to discourage me from making the hike. Truthfully, the gorge had not even been on my radar....

Hungarian Parliament Building in Budapest

I lugged my backpack and suitcase up the steep metal steps of the train in Bratislava, Slovakia and collapsed into my seat. Two and a half months earlier I had arrived...

Poznan's pretty Old Town Square, illuminated by night

Poland wasn’t even been a blip on my radar when I decided to wander around Eastern Europe this year. I knew I’d be visiting the Czech Republic, after which I intended...

A few days ago a friend sent me a link to the new video created by Peru to promote tourism in their country. I expected another fluff piece but what I...

World Peace Pagoda

UPDATED FEBRUARY 1, 2016 AUTHOR’S NOTE: Many have asked me if it is wise to travel to Nepal after the earthquake of April, 2015, and the subsequent blockade at the southern...