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She is a traveler who writes and a writer who travels. Born and raised in Zagreb, Croatia, She has lived, worked and traveled on all the continents, except Antarctica. Based in New York since 1999 and now splitting time between New York and Croatia, she has worked in the travel space since 2000, first as an editor for Rough Guides and editorial director of ShermansTravel.com

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Guest post: Seattle
In this week's guest post, we explore the restaurants of Seattle with Fletcher Findley, a recent graduate of the University of Washington School of Law. Fletcher is a Seattle-based blogger-to-be, an avid traveler and a self-proclaimed foodie. Read on to discover Fletcher's restaurant favorites.
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Brooklyn, my beloved
With all my frequent travels, I don't get to spend enough time at home in Brooklyn these days. Yet when I do, I'm always reminded of how much I love my borough. So I've decided to devote the next few posts to Brooklyn, my beloved.
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Dazzled by the Grand Canyon
On a recent trip to Arizona, hosted by the Greater Phoenix CVB, I had my first encounter with the Grand Canyon. I had been preparing myself for the rendezvous with the great chasm carved out of the rocks of the Colorado Plateau. Surely though it can't be such a surprise after all the pictures I'd seen. I knew what to expect. Or so I thought.
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Global glimpses: Mexico City, Mexico
In May 2010 I made a short three-day visit to Mexico City. I spent a Friday night in Distrito Federal with my artist friends Sandra and Pedro, who lived in the historic core of the capital, just a few blocks from the Zócalo.
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Global glimpses: Machu Picchu, Peru
It had been my dream to visit South America for years before I finally made it in 2001. It was a three-week jaunt around Peru with a friend. Two days before our flight from Lima back to New York, en route from Aguas Calientes near Machu Picchu to Cusco, our train broke down. So we decamped and waited for hours. and hours.and hours.
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