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On November 29, 2007, he left the comforts of his home and a well-paying job in the United States for the wide open road with nothing but a 20-pound backpack, an ATM card, and an insatiable wanderlust for discovering new cultures and sharing those experiences in writing, photos, and videos. He traveled around the world, visiting 22 countries over 20 months.

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5 must see floating markets in Thailand
A floating market is a market that is located next to a body of water and vendors sell things directly out of their boats. Though some of the main waterways have since been filled in to make way for roads, Bangkok was once known as the Venice of Asia due to its extensive network of canals.
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Bangkok's 3 Headed Elephant - Erawan Museum
Bangkok is one of the most popular tourist cities in the world. The Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, and Chatuchak weekend market are just a few of the attractions that nearly every visitor has on their bucket list. However, there are also many other Bangkok attractions that are not so well known, yet equally spectacular. Located just outside the border of Bangkok in a province called Samut Prakan, is the 3 headed elephant Erawan Museum, one of my favorite sites in the city.
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Top 10 things to do in Budapest
Budapest is one of those cities everyone seems to like, so as my Eastern European rail trip of 2012 continued, I caught a train from rainy Bratislava to the overcast Hungarian capital. I budgeted four days to explore Budapest, which I'd soon come to find was not nearly enough. The city is filled with history, museums, intrigue and mineral-rich baths.
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Bondi Beach Graffiti
As we know, I'm not much of a surfer, however when I was in Sydney, I made it a point to check out the famous Bondi Beach. Behind the beach, there runs a long wall, filled with graffiti. Bali being a popular vacation spot for the Aussies, it was no surprise to see this colorful piece in homage to the Indonesian island.
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