Weekends for Porteños

Big capital cities are usually a good place to start a trip in a new country. They’ve got international airports for your arrival, national museums to learn about the history and culture of the country, as well as restaurants, bars, and nightlife to help you power through your jet lag. But in many places, the…

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Peekaboo from Buenos Aires

From the outside, there probably doesn’t appear to be much logic to my itinerary. When last reading about Africa, one might not expect me to follow with: “Hello from the hip and happening Buenos Aires, Argentina!” But then here we are… In order to get closer to my current mindset, please listen to this playlist before,…

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How To: Be A Victim of Theft

A new type of post in a (potentially) continuing series of “how to” articles. If you travel for long enough there is a nearly unavoidable fact that you’re going to lose some things along the way. This loss could be something that’s really your own fault such as the careless act of leaving your towel…

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Camping in Northern Namibia

This past Thursday ended a 31-day camping trip across Namibia with some new friends that I had made in Windhoek. What does one do in Namibia for a month as a group of friendly strangers? Personally, I started by heading West and then South and to see some of the more well known Namibian attractions…

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