Tag: Travel


Ever since the 2016 election results rolled in, I’ve been debating with myself on whether I should publish my very first post revolving around politics. I’ve decided I can’t hold back any longer. I will readily admit, I’ve been trapped in my own liberal bubble of ignorance and for a long time and refused to open my eyes to the entire half of America that...

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I stopped at the bakery before getting picked up in Dubrovnik to spend the day in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I booked the tour with Adriatic Explore as it seemed like an inexpensive way to see a whole lot in a single day. Spoiler alert, the downside is that it just made me want to return to see more! Find out what my first impressions were of...

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After nearly eight hours in the air I finally arrived at my destination. The grass seemed to be such a vivid green, the people talked differently, and the streets looked like no city I had ever seen before. It was unfamiliarly beautiful and I was so excited to go explore that I couldn’t check in to my hotel fast enough. I had made it to Ireland for...

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For a city that has more than 300 years of US history embedded into its past, it is a historical attraction that you won’t want to miss. The town was incorporated in 1635 and was Massachusetts’ first non-tidal water town. On April 19, 1775 it was the site of one of the most significant battles of the American Revolution as it was the battle that kicked off the war...

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When you see what the Northeastern United States looks like on a map, it may seem like any other small section of a large country. However, this area is packed full of the largest cities in the nation, including the capital Washington D.C. With so much going on in this small area, it is an ideal place to visit when traveling around the United States since...

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New York City is known for supplying tourists with endless attractions and events, but sometimes it’s easy to forget just how much history is on display throughout the city. From famous landmarks to historical sites that blend into the urban environment, New York has a lot to offer for any traveler with a healthy curiosity of our nation’s past. If you fall into that crowd,...

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1. Where is your current hometown and how long have you lived there? Currently, Austin, Texas is my hometown. We have moved quite a bit over the years and we’ve lived in Texas’ state capital for almost one year. 2. For many people, travel is not always feasible or desirable all year round. How do you make the most of your hometown when you are...

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Many times, travel can be very fast paced. You are often on-the-go and may be out exploring or moving from city to city in a short amount of time. However, sometimes we need to spend a little more time on ourselves. Brandon and I just splurged on a treat yourself day on Sunday (yes, that involved eating ice cream for dinner) so I’ve been in...

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1. Where is your current hometown and how long have you lived there? When I’m not traveling, I’m living and working in my adopted hometown of Saxapahaw, North Carolina. My first time passing through this little village was four years ago. I was a student at Elon University at the time, and a professor who lived in Saxapahaw brought us there for pizza at the...

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