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His site brings a unique perspective that is hard to find online. He is not a backpacker, nor did he leave everything behind to see the world. He is just a normal person who has learned how to get the most out of the travel experience. He is like many people; he has a house, live in the ‘burbs and am even owned by three beautiful dogs, but he also made travel his profession.

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Origin story: my inspiration to leave the 9-5 and follow my passion
The other day I was participating in a Twitter chat of all things when I shared part of a story about my trip to the Galapagos that happened 6 years ago this month. I realized then that I have never fully shared the details of that trip; an adventure that led not only to the creation of my website but also to the most dramatic change I've ever made in my life.
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20 things every smart traveler should know
I've been thinking a lot about what makes a good traveler lately, and usually those thoughts have gone into higher levels of personal philosophies and self-improvement. At it's base though, no matter where we go there are a few things we should all know to not just make us better travelers, but better people. Here are a few I thought of, I'd love to hear what you think should be added to this list.
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Honest luxury travel: what it is and why it's important
I think a lot about travel, probably too much if we're being honest. It's my passion though and I feel mostly justified in my preoccupation, which is kind of how this post came about. It's also a reaction though to a lot of questions I get about how I travel, why I choose certain places to visit and how I get the most out of the travel experience.
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15 tastiest travel food experiences of 2016
I write about food a lot on this site, but with good reason. I firmly believe that it's the most important aspect of the travel experience, forming some of our strongest memories through taste and smell. It's also the fastest way to learn about a new culture and what the people value.
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