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  • Carlota Maura
    Published 3 years ago
    Against All Odds: Tandeka's Story

    Against All Odds: Tandeka's Story

    The Sun beamed and I could feel the hard heat on the back of my neck. The grass shuffled, and we all stood there, quite still, quite petrified, before a beast we knew could tear our heads off in a matter of seconds. It isn’t easy to explain how, as I stood there knowing how deadly her fangs piercing on my skin would be, I felt no impulse to run as fast as I could. All I wanted was to stand there, looking at her for as long as I could, and take in the beauty of her mere existence. As I knelt before her, I felt alone. In my head, the others disappeared, and I felt her gaze upon me.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Spa Break Destinations Down-Under

    Spa Break Destinations Down-Under

    Modern life can often feel a bit stressful. You’re running flat-out, trying to juggle your career, your friends, your family — it’s not often that you get to take a few moments out for yourself, just to relax and unwind, to decompress and get ready to get back in the game and do it all again.
  • Samantha S.
    Published 3 years ago
    Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Scotland
  • Benjamin Hecker
    Published 3 years ago
    Right on Red State: Florida Wildlife

    Right on Red State: Florida Wildlife

    Everything in Florida WILL try to kill you. Alligators, mosquitoes, Floridians, they all have the capacity to kill you.
  • Kim Hastings
    Published 3 years ago
    Traveling the Oregon Coast

    Traveling the Oregon Coast

    Come closer. I need to share something. The Oregon Coast may be this country's best-kept secret for a summer trip. I know, Oregon is so renowned for rain its best football team is the “Ducks.” It is nearly rain free during the summer months. June-September is a magical time to see a magical place. In fact, the real rainfall doesn't even begin until after Halloween.
  • Benjamin Hecker
    Published 3 years ago
    Right on Red State: Florida Weather

    Right on Red State: Florida Weather

    Florida is hot. It's an undeniable fact, yet tourists feel the need to point it out. Floridians, and people who live in Florida, but don't want to be labelled as Floridians, are well aware that it is hot outside. Don't feel the need to remind them for the sake of small talk. They all know the statewide high temperatures are caused by Florida's proximity to the equator, and the low elevation making Florida very close to Hell.