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Wanderlust

Keep searching for something wonderful, always believing its waiting just around the corner. It’s what I miss most about being in new places. I miss the sense of discovery, the constant search for the unexpected – and the certain knowledge … Continue reading

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Wanderlust

When I travel, I always bring …my address book. i love sending postcards and mementos from the road, especially when I’m aboard. Nothing  says ” I’m thinking of you” like exotic postage. – Tayari Jones Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks … Continue reading

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Tourism

What’s the one place you always take people who come to visit you? 

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True Hope

Not long ago I visited the Empire State Building with a friend. The line looked short—just down the block and around the corner. Yet as we entered the building, we discovered the line of people stretching through the lobby, up … Continue reading

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Strangest Restaurant Spots?

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
Reading this story, I have hands down been one-upped. Have you? This story has two parts; one making you ponder the obvious question “where’s the weirdest place you ever had a meal?”…

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