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5 Days At EDC – Day 5

We didn’t go out to any pool parties during the day on our last day in Vegas; we were too tired. Instead, we just wandered around the Strip. I picked up this very, very heavenly chocolate chip cookie with cream and sprinkles and enjoying every second of eating it. As we passed Caesar’s Palace, we […]

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5 Days At EDC 2013 – Day 1

Getting To Vegas In the year that had passed between EDC 2012 and EDC 2013, the music festival culture had quickly become all the rage, meaning that flights and hotels surrounding EDC Week had gone up in price. However, it was still several hundred dollars cheaper to cross the border into the US and fly […]

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Sailing Vancouver Coasts In Late Spring

Just over the weekend, I found myself on a sailboat. Considering my invite was from a friend who is the mature, professional type, I wasn’t quite expecting the sailboat to be loaded with 30 young party people and gallons upon gallons of alcohol. But who’s complaining? Boats of a certain size aren’t permitted to dock […]

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The Market Built on an Active Railroad in Bangkok

The Maeklong Railway Market is a rather unique attraction in that multiple trains pass through the center of the busy market every day. What is probably the most surprising part about the market is that the shops and vendors aren’t set up around it rather than right on the railway tracks. When there is no train passing through, […]

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Amphawa Floating Market and a Sunset Firefly Cruise

The Amphawa Floating Market is a series of shops, bridges, and walkways along the Amphawa Canal and is the second largest floating market in Bankok, located some 50 km outside of the city. As opposed to the touristy Damnoen Saduak, Amphawa draws mostly local visitors. I boarded an organized minivan tour on Khaosan Street that […]

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Visits To Balinese Temples

Balinese Hinduism is a form of Hinduism practiced by the majority of people in Bali and religious events are often observed in Balinese temples known as Puras. Temples of varying sizes can be found around the island, thus earning it the nickname “The Island of a Thousand Puras.” One thing to note when visiting Balinese […]

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