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Visiting Antigua, Guatemala? Here’s THE Guide
visiting antigua

Antigua, Guatemala Once the Spanish capital of Central America for 200 years until mostly destroyed by a giant earthquake in 1773, Antigua has been beautifully restored and today is thriving and full of energy. For foodies, coffee aficionados, and architectural … Continued

Moximon Chanting – Listening Pleasures
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From the Santiago port we were lead to this year’s Moximon shrine… In the southwestern highlands of Guatemala, the Mayan community of Santiago Atitlan celebrates the deity named Moximon. Each year the deity is moved to another home in the … Continued

Visiting Lake Atitlan? Here’s Your Guide
visiting lake atitlan

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala This incredible freshwater lake in southwestern Guatemala is becoming world famous for postcard good looks. Surrounded by picturesque volcanos and dotted with Mayan villages, this place serves up heaping portions of relaxation, adventure, and culture, all in … Continued

Visiting Tulum? Here’s Your Travel Guide
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Tulum, Mexico This sleepy beach and jungle village on Mexico’s Caribbean Coast is famous for the 700-year-old Mayan ruins that tower over turquoise seas and white sands below. Today Tulum has become an international destination for those that love beautiful … Continued

Visiting Oban, Scotland? Here’s THE Travel Guide
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Oban, Scotland In the summer months, this sleepy fishing village on Scotland’s west coast comes alive as the population can explode to over 20,000. And with travel mag centerfold good looks, easy access to the region’s wealth of beautiful islands … Continued

Visiting Treviso, Italy? Here’s THE Travel Guide
visiting treviso

Treviso, Italy Relatively untouched by the throngs of tourists from nearby Venice, Treviso is an unspoiled, traditional Italian city. With fresco-painted medieval buildings, deep blue waterways, and countless local artisans, Treviso is a place to slow down and really absorb … Continued

Visiting Sifnos, Greece? Here’s THE Travel Guide
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Sifnos, Greece Known for a vibrant foodie scene and traditional pottery, the beautiful little island is only 35 square miles and is home to less than 3,000 residents. This is truly a place to sit back, relax, and unwind. Let’s … Continued

Visiting Rome, Italy? Here’s THE Travel Guide
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Rome, Italy Ancient Rome “wasn’t built in a day”, but it was eight times more populated than modern-day New York and covered over 580 square miles. The Eternal City was founded in 753 BC by Romulus and is today the … Continued

Visiting Phuket, Thailand? Here’s THE Travel Guide
visiting phuket

Phuket, Thailand Thailand’s largest island (pronounced “Poo Ket”) is roughly the size of Singapore, and is best known for some of the most beautiful beaches and craziest nightlife in SE Asia. Welcome to the Pearl of the South. Let’s visit … Continued

Lard Yai Weird Food Challenge, Phuket, Thailand
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The Lard Yai Sunday Walking Market Weird Food Challenge #3 from Phuket Town, Thailand On Episode #3 of Weird Food Challenge, things get serious at the Lard Yai Sunday Walking Market, when Josh and Krissy start eating fried insects, including … Continued

Visiting Florence, Italy? Here’s THE Travel Guide
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Florence, Italy An astounding one-third of the world’s art treasures exist in this 40-square mile capital of Tuscany. Florence was the first city in Europe to have paved streets and they were walked by legends. Did we mention that Da … Continued

Visiting Bangkok, Thailand? Here’s THE Travel Guide
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Bangkok, Thailand The traditional Thai name of Bangkok is “Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Yuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit”!!! Now that’s gotta be a Guinness record! This is the … Continued

Visiting Amalfi Coast? Here’s Your Travel Guide
visiting amalfi coast

Amalfi Coast, Italy This breathtaking stretch of Italian shoreline has become famous as the backdrop of countless Hollywood films. Upon first look, there’s no wonder the region has become the stuff of legends. Brightly painted fishing villages are stacked neatly … Continued