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Appropriate Appropriation

Travelers from other parts of the world don't hesitate to wear a kimono in Japan, a sari in India, get their hair braided in Africa or toss one of those funny looking straw hats on their heads in Vietnam.
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Dry Clean Only

After a lengthy and always expensive visit home, spending several months in South East Asia was a much needed break for my budget. I was able to travel to Bali, three islands in the Philippines and up and down the coast of Vietnam while effortlessly sticking to my average budget of $50-$60 (USD) a day.
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Animals Are People Too

Travelers have a different responsibility to the world than that of mere tourists. If you call yourself a traveler, you can't get away with doing the stupid shit tourists do out of ignorance. (At least I hope it's ignorance.)
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Comparing Waterfalls

I've been lucky enough to have seen the world's most incredible waterfalls in person and just like it's impossible for me to pick a favorite country it's just as unreasonable to expect me to choose a preferred waterfall. I've always been a sucker for water; whether it's an ocean,…
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A Thanksgiving Listicle

Nothing is more American than Pumpkin flavored everything and BuzzFeed type lists trying to pass as news articles. So in an effort to keep with the holiday season while I sit my ass on a sunny beach in Africa, I am going to imagine that I'm sipping on a pumpkin spice latte. Now pretend that I practiced…
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Overstayed Welcome

Being back in the states is exhausting. I've gone 6 months without small talk and it's been glorious! -That's 6 months without the Barista asking me how I'm doing. There's something magical about not speaking the language of the country. No one bothers you. Small talk is truly the…
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I Know Stuff

As a journalist turned gypsy, I've been traveling the world and telling the stories. I've stayed on yachts, in luxury resorts, crowded hostel dorms and even crashed on stranger's couches. I've been calling myself an Entry Level Gypsy for a couple of years now, but I think after visiting…
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Solo Travel: The New Olympic Sport

When it comes to achieving your goals, dedication is always the key to success. But one of the biggest lessons I've learned is knowing the difference between dedication and stubbornness. I set out on this leg of my trip with the goal of being in Rio for the Olympics. It was the very reason I chose…
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Pura Vida

I just celebrated my two year travelversary. That's 24 months of continuous travel, minus the few weeks every six months that I call America my home again. It's been an amazing experience, but it hasn't come without its many set backs. Some so minor I didn't even bother mentioning them…
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South America By Bus

After some relatively short bus rides in Peru and Bolivia, It was time to trim the fat in my travel expenditures and opt for long distance bus trips over expensive flights. After spending three days in a Ford Explorer crammed with seven people on a Bolivian Salt Flat tour, it was time to head to Chile.…
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