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The Dirty Secret About Travel

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It doesn’t come up often in the perfect Instagram shots, the #livelaughlove tags, the cutesy captions. Even when I’m talking to friends back home in person, recounting my trips, I hardly ever bring it up. It sounds too much like a humblebrag, a lucky person problem. It is. I get that. But anyone who’s traveled often or for long stretches of time probably knows what I’m talking about....
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Pandemic Must-Reads

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In what feels like 5 years worth of breaking news compressed into a week, Coronavirus has officially been declared a pandemic, the entire NHL got suspended, Europeans can’t fly to the US for 30 days (but Americans living or currently visiting Europe can because, as we all know, our rabid patriotism makes us naturally immune to carrying viral contaminants across borders), and of course, blah blah something...
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So I Moved to Lisbon

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Everyone I’ve talked to lately, whether before, during or after my transcontinental move, keeps asking me why. “Why do you want to live in Lisbon?” I have a few different answers, but mostly I just wind up asking a different question altogether. Specifically: “why would I want to stay in the United States?” Wanderlust aside, I have some big issues with my country of origin. Healthcare I’m freelance, so I pay out of...
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Where I’ve Been

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This was just a fun quick creation from a link that a friend posted. See where I’ve been around the world. Create your own visited countries map or check out the JavaScript Charts. The world […] The post Where I’ve Been appeared first on A Re-Discovered Life.
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The Georgian Supra

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Attending a Georgian Supra is on the top of all Top 10 lists of things to do in Georgia (the country). Find out what a Georgian Supra is and what to expect. The post The Georgian Supra appeared first on A Re-Discovered Life.
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Nazuki: The Georgian Bread on the Side of the Road

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Finding bread on the side of the road in Georgia. #Nazuki #georgiafood #spendyoursummeringeorgia The post Nazuki: The Georgian Bread on the Side of the Road appeared first on A Re-Discovered Life.
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A MINI GUIDE TO SAN MIGUEL

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San Miguel de Allende is a charming and colorful city located in the central highlands of Mexico, approximately 3.5 hours drive from Mexico City. Characterized by its colonial baroque architecture, its unique Disneyland castle-like Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel, and its thriving art scene, the city has drawn attention for decades from both Mexicans and foreigners. San Miguel is historically important as the birthplace of...
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KALINA’S BSAS FOOD GUIDE

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Meat, wine, meat, wine, pizza, meat - the typical food song of the Buenos Aires dining scene. Portenos (people from Buenos Aires) have traditionally been meat eaters, but a new generation of foodies is slowly emerging throughout the city, seeking unique worldly flavors, tasting menus, and veggie focused dishes. Here is my short list of where to dine now in Buenos Aires (as of June...
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10 BUENOS AIRES CAFES

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Although Portenos (people from Buenos Aires) have long enjoyed leisurely afternoon cortados with friends or while reading a newspaper, finding a quality brew was near impossible just a few years ago. The norm has been an overly watered down, burnt bean coffee with a somewhat rancid and unpleasant taste. At long last, baristas and a craft coffee culture have arrived to Buenos Aires with cafes...
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A MINI GUIDE TO BUENOS AIRES

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Long considered the "Paris of South America," the stunning cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires blends European grandeur with Latin spirit. A mix of grit and glamour, bright colors butting up against concrete greys, greenscapes and hardscapes, old and new, Buenos Aires is a city full of character where its unique energy and passion are palpable. Although there are key sights and destinations to check off...
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