Legs Would Only Get In The Way: A Q&A With Kevin Michael Connolly

Legs Would Only Get In The Way: A Q&A With Kevin Michael Connolly

  In this age we live in, seeing a legless man sitting on a bar stool would likely lead to a conversation surrounding Iraq or Afghanistan. That is, unless that man is Kevin Michael Connolly. If you were sitting next...
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The Conquest Of Tarifa, Spain

The Conquest Of Tarifa, Spain

In the year 711, Tariq Ibn Ziyad — a Berber general — landed near the southern tip of Spain with 7,000 men, at the burning edge of the wildfire that was the Arab Empire — the House of Islam. In...
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The Seven Types Of Travelers

The Seven Types Of Travelers

By the end of a trip, it’s safe to say you’re going to have pictures with strangers and a list of adventurers to add on Facebook. No matter who you meet, good or bad, likeable or unlikable, the different types...
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Q&A: An Irreverent Interview With David Farley

Q&A: An Irreverent Interview With David Farley

David Farley’s Quest to Find the Carna Vera Sacra — The Foreskin of Christ We travel for different reasons. The sun and sand. Adventure. To discover something new. To leave something old behind. To conquer fears. To conquer mountains. To...
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Saigon From The Backseat

Saigon From The Backseat

A tour of Saigon from the backseat of a motorcycle. It’s dusk in Ho Chi Minh City — or Saigon as it is still called here — and the haze of the last ounce of light from the crimson setting...
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Finding Colombia’s Lost City

Finding Colombia’s Lost City

A trek into the jungle in search of Colombia’s “Lost City.” Our group grabs the packs from the top of the Jeep’s rusty roof before we set off for Ciudad Perdida, or Colombia’s Lost City. Our guide, Tunyi, decides to...
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Fear And Bathing In Istanbul

Fear And Bathing In Istanbul

Seeking a true cultural experience, Cameron immerses himself in some uniquely Turkish hospitality in Istanbul.   Face down on the cool, smooth marble slab, I lay hot, sweating and uncomfortable. The air’s humidity has formed into huge balls of condensation....
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Where The Wild Horses Are

Where The Wild Horses Are

Some come for the peaceful beaches, others for the pristine landscapes, but what most people remember most from visiting Assateague are the wild horses — sitting right next to you on the beach. It was ironic that I was visiting...
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Granada On Haphazard Guitar Strings

Granada On Haphazard Guitar Strings

A night out on the town in Granada, Nicaragua, with a Canadian, a Rastafarian painter, and an ex-revolutionary. Does it get any better than this?   España was beautiful, young, Argentinean, and when she came up to talk to me...
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Top 10 Free Things To Do In New York City This December

Top 10 Free Things To Do In New York City This December

Already broke your budget just staying in New York this holiday season? Try these 10 tips to enjoy the city for free.   MUSEUMS 1) MoMA Normally a steep $20, MoMA (Museum of Modern Art for you acronym-hating readers) is...
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