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Travel Blogs

My travel blogs are written from my experiences traveling around the world, and they contain all the stories, tips, and awkward situations that I have gotten myself in. I have traveled to roughly 80 countries now and have visited all 7 continents. Traveling around the world has taken me to the from desolate deserts of Africa all the way to the tropical climates of Asia and South America.

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City of Helen: Resurrected As An Alpine German Town In Georgia

City of Helen: Resurrected As An Alpine German Town In Georgia

Nestled in the hills of northeast Georgia, lies the German Alpine city of Helen. It has become well known among astute travels, for its Bavarian style buildings and nearby vineyards. Located in the southern Appalachian Mountains, the terrain has afforded the area four impressive waterfalls and numerous areas for hiking. It is the state’s third […]

Newly Open Museum Of the Bible In Washington D.C.

Newly Open Museum Of the Bible In Washington D.C.

The Museum of the Bible located in Washington D.C. opened in November of 2017. The founders of the museum, have amassed one of the largest collections of biblical artifacts and texts in the world. The assemblage of some 40,000 pieces, only became possible, through the collaboration of private donors, institutions, and other museums. It is […]

How to Experience the Best out of Bali

Best things to do in bali

Bali is an island paradise known for its history, nature, adventure, beaches, and gastronomy. It’s easy to fall in love with Bali, but it is also easy to get caught in the tourist traps. As with any famous travel destination, the country has become a hub for tourists. Lots of tourists. Because of that, most […]

The Surreal Ice Caves Of Mendenhall Glacier In Juneau Alaska

The Surreal Ice Caves Of Mendenhall Glacier In Juneau Alaska

Mendenhall Glacier is located 12 miles or nineteen kilometers from Juneau, the capital city of Alaska. The famous glacier and the ice caves are located in Mendenhall Valley. The glacier is about 13.6 miles (21.9 kilometers) long and is federally protected, along with the surrounding landscape, as part of the Tongass National Forest. It is […]