Why Costa Rica is the Perfect Destination for a Warm Weather Vacation

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If you are looking for awesome adventures and beautiful beaches, then look no further than Costa Rica. This tiny Central American country really has it all when it comes to having a wholesome, warm-weather vacation. I first fell in love with Costa Rica when I visited in 2011 while I was still in college. Between […]

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The Biggest Revelation I Had When I Started Traveling

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I must add a disclaimer before I begin this post – it may spoil your current idea of happiness, as it were. However, this is not meant to do that, but simply provide perspective on the conflicting thoughts that you begin engaging in when your world becomes a composite of much broader views as a result of […]

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Travel Food Stories: Bali, Indonesia

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How I Started On the Path of Travel This is a special post, because it portrays my very first independent long-distance travel experience, which was a completely transformative one and got me hooked on travel for life. Bali for me was an otherworldly journey of mental alignment, hiking volcanoes, cultural exploration, and exciting cuisine. It all […]

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Travel Food Stories: Peru – Food of Cusco and the Sacred Valley

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Welcome to the Andes During my recent trip to Peru, I got to visit three different parts of this beautiful country, with very different landscapes and ingredients. Cusco, situated at 11,000 feet in the Peruvian Andes was once the greatest capital of the Incan empire and now boasts beautiful influences of Spanish architecture, like the […]

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My Relationship with Traveling the World and its Meaning

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The time has come for me to present you with a non-food oriented piece of my mind and to create some context as to why I am so dedicated to incorporating a travel aspect in my food blog. To better paint the picture, I have, as of this moment, at the not-so-tender age of 27, […]

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Travel Food Stories: The Cayman Islands

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The food of the Cayman Islands is as big of a melting pot as its current population, which is roughly 50% “natives” and 50% expats, consisting of people from all over the globe. It is any and all kinds of fusions of world cuisines, mixed in with Caribbean staples such as plantains, conch, seafood, and […]

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