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  • Carolina Rosa
    Published 3 years ago
    Moving to England

    Moving to England

    Every time I look at my left arm I see a little memory imprinted on my skin. It was only 5 months ago that I got my very first tattoo and I am still in love with it. I plan on getting more eventually but this will always be my favourite one as it signifies a really important and massive step towards change, which I took only last year. On the 10th of August 2016 I got on a plane, by myself and with only two bags, I moved to the U.K.
  • Nathan Esme
    Published 3 years ago
    Forget Iceland, Go to Cartagena

    Forget Iceland, Go to Cartagena

    Caribbean beaches, timeless cobblestone streets, divine food, and an indescribable passion for life, fun, and visitors makes Cartagena an unforgettable trip. I visited for the first time last July with my girlfriend (who grew up there). Here are my impressions, recollections, and recommendations.
  • Trycia Lino
    Published 3 years ago
    SeaQuest

    SeaQuest

    Who loves to look at the creatures that live in the ocean? Now you do not need to live by the water to experience, and learn about the animals that live in or near the beautiful blue waters. SeaQuest is a new interactive Aquarium that has come to the shores of the Great Salt Lake in Utah. Located in the Layton Hills Mall, this new feature is establishing itself as an experience the whole family will enjoy.
  • Patrick Boniface
    Published 3 years ago
    Albany

    Albany

    It seems strange to most natives of the greater New York State that tourists only seem to flock to New York City when so much else is still on offer. A fine example is the state capital, Albany. With a history stretching back to the founding fathers of the United States, Albany has a rich heritage and a cultural heart that is ripe for discovering. So I took advice from Billy Joel and took a trip on ‘the Hudson River Line’ all the way to Albany.
  • Dan Stourac
    Published 3 years ago
    The Disconnect

    The Disconnect

    This story is far from relatable. In fact it's a dying art, to disconnect and truly be at the mercy of the world. We don't realize how much of a cushioned life we life until its taken away. I volunteered for a once in a lifetime experience, knowing I was leaving my comfort zone and my favorite job in the world to dive into the unknown and build a legacy for myself and make a statement for the people I cared about.
  • Alexis Ybañez-Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Lester, WA

    Lester, WA

    October 2016 was an odd month for me. I got married on the 14th, and was promptly wisked away on a Washington road trip of abandonded cities and their ruins.