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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) […]

Blowing Circles While Scuba Diving: Madagascar

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This was captured off the southwest shores of Madagascar while I was getting my advanced PADI scuba diving certificate.  If you ever want to go diving in Madagascar you should head to the north coast and also the southwest coast as these will provide you the best spots for clarity and seeing the most fish.  On […]

Hungry Hungry Hippos at Maasai Mara, Kenya

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The actual crossing location for the Great Migration is at the river where these hippos were just lounging.  The wildebeest follow the rain flow in the region and when things get scarce they cross the river in order to find more food and the rainfall of course.  Once thing that surprised me was the fact […]

Plaza Colon: Dominican Republic

Plaza Colon: Dominican Republic

This picture is taken at Plaza Colon in the capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo.  There is quite a bit of history in the DR that many people don’t know about.  The remains of Christopher Colon are supposedly buried here in the old city of Santo Domingo, this hasn’t been confirmed but the Dominicans […]

Panoramic View of the Iguazu Falls: Argentina

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Welcome to the Iguazu Falls in Argentina!  Many people don’t realize the size of the Iguazu Falls until they actually see the entire park.  What you are looking at above is a picture from the lower trail on the Argentina side of the falls.  This is also where you are able to access the boat […]

Gondar: The Camelot of Ethiopia

Gondar: The Camelot of Ethiopia

Welcome to Gondar, the Camelot of Ethiopia.  This real life Camelot is from the Ethiopian dynasty that ruled the region in the 17th and 18th centuries.  While Ethiopians proclaim that Lalibela is the 2nd Jerusalem of the world, Gondar is the center of Orthodox Christianity.  The castle complex is extremely interesting and they had lion cages and […]

The Dead Sea Mud: Israel

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The mud bath at the Dead Sea in Israel was something I was not leaving without.  If you ask the entire Once In  Lifetime Crew I was the last person on the bus because I had to walk the entire coast and search for the mud so I could see what kind of magical properties it […]

The Inca Bridge near Mendoza, Argentina

Inca Bridge

The Inca Bridge was not built by the Inca civilization, it is actually a natural land formation.  There was a luxury hotel built at the nearby hot springs (with the same name) that actually had thermal baths available in every room.  You can find the Inca Bridge near the border of Argentina & Chile and roughly […]

People of Ethiopia: Priest in Lalibela, Ethiopia

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Lalibela, Ethiopia is the self proclaimed 2nd Jerusalem of the world.  Lalibela is a very small town in the middle of the mountains in the northern part of Ethiopia.  All of the churches are built out of stone with some even being built inside of the stones in the area.  The town is so small […]