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Cats of Istanbul

Every time I visited Istanbul, I noticed all the stray dogs and cats in the streets. I generally think nothing of it and simply dismiss it as a normal thing, because Greece is not...

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Welcome to Istanbul: City of Two Continents

Call it what you will. Some people say it’s Istanbul. Others say it’s Constantinople. It doesn’t matter. Whatever you want to call it, it’s one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I...

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More than just the Acropolis

Three weeks ago I landed in Athens. No, not the original one in Georgia. The cheap knock-off in Greece, the one with the decrepit, old buildings. It’s been almost three years since the last...

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Brasilia and its surroundings

This past November I visited Brazil for a few weeks. I was looking for a destination to work remotely from, so never having been there before and having a friend to visit made it...

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The phoenix shall rise again!

February 18th, 2012 It’s been too long since you last heard from me. Well, this is going to change very soon. My travel blog is about to come back to life, so stay tuned...

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A Day Beyond Measure!

I just came back from attending the annual TEDx Austin event. If you don’t know what a TED event is, read up on it now. No, seriously. Now! Stop reading the crap I write...

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Can you find me?

It doesn’t take much for me to get addicted to any new activity I may be introduced to. If I enjoy it, I will go neck-deep into it. Extra points if it involves interaction...

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It’s not all about me.

A year and a half ago I had invested in printing, mat-boarding and framing a number of photographs. The purpose of that was to setup a booth at some of the art markets around...