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My Dedication To Every Traveler In The World

My Dedication To Every Traveler In The World

Traveling around the world in 2011 was an amazing experience for me.  I traveled to every country in Eastern Africa, completed roughly 90% of South America, and even went to very unique places that most people don’t travel to like the Guiana’s, Antarctica, Somalia, and the newest country in the world, South Sudan.  Some of […]

The Chiva Bus & Her Snack

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The Chiva Bus and the typical food cart are probably the most common things that you are going to see in Colombia.  I don’t think that you won’t see anything more common unless you are out in the countrysides and you begin to see the coffee and banana plantations.  Built Ford tough is what they […]

Thermal Pools in Santa Rosa, Colombia

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Welcome to the Santa Rosa thermal springs!  I plan on sharing more pictures of the waterfall in the background which is one of the most beautiful waterfalls I have ever seen (including Niagara, Iguazu, Victoria, and Kaieteur Falls in Guyana).  Santa Rosa de Cabal is a small town just north of Pereira, Colombia in the middle of […]

Salt Flat at the Atacama Desert: Chile

Salt Flat in San Pedro De Atacama, Salt Flat

This salt flat at the Atacama Desert in Chile is found just an hour outside of San Pedro de Atacama.  One of the things that I always like to do is rent a car and start driving to see what I find, I was even able to drive in Chile across the Alto Plano in […]

The Andes Mountains from 20,000 feet

Andes Mountains

The Andes Mountains from 20,000 feet, I still remember this flight like it was yesterday due to a huge amount of turbulence for one part of the flight.  The Andes Mountains create a tunnel of air and when the airplanes hit that tunnel of air you have a rough jolt to your system.  Make sure you don’t […]

Lonely Penguin in Antarctica

Penguins in Antarctica

The Penguins in Argentina amazed me every single time that I saw them, they are so cute and interesting at the same time.  I was able to interact with a group of penguins and get inches with the feisty chin strap penguins (click here to read post).  This specific picture was taken at Cuverville Island which has […]

The Madagascar Chamaleon

Madagascar Chameleon

This little guy was found on our canoe trip when we were sailing down a river in the southwest part of Madagascar.  I joined a tour in order to see the Avenue of the Baobabs and Tsingy Stone Forrest.  We stopped to relax at a water fall and when we sat down to eat we […]

Changes Im Making for Traveling in 2012

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I have had an aggressive travel schedule in 2011.  Something along the lines of 30 something countries across 5 continents.  I have traveled to almost every country in the western hemisphere minus most countries in Central America and have officially been the first day trader and blogger to South Sudan!  I did get arrested and […]

Gas Station in Somaliland

Somaliland

Things aren’t that developed in Somaliland, even the capital has mostly dirt roads instead of paved roads.  When you drive out of the capital and to the coast it becomes even more rural and these areas haven’t been developed at all.  The gas station above is on the drive from the Hargeisa (capital of Somaliland) […]