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Be True & Burn

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I went to Burning Man for the first time in 2012. It was just 4 francophones guys in a RV but we ended up forming an international camp of almost 20 people. We went not really organized but come back completely happy and tired.  ABOUT THE VIDEO Filming Burning Man is the ultimate challenge. First because it’s dangerous for your gear. And second, it is...
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Long Island (The most creatively named place since New England)

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I know what you're thinking...."Where the hell has this guy been? I've missed his hysterical insulting rants of my and others' cultures." Well, I've been in NYC. But I'm not here today to talk about the city, I'm here to talk about it's friendly island neighbor, Long Island. I recently had the opportunity to spend a couple days in a couple different location, Babylon (somewhere in the...
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ohh hey!

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FINALLY. my blog has been created and i can now stop whining/complaining/being lazy/making excuses/ about why I have yet to do it. looking forward to sharing random minutes of my life in the city (ahem, well across from the city). right now i’m just enjoying this gorgeous day and think i’m going to get back to it! happy weekend! -LC  
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The Magic Bus

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Hitchiking USA for 4 months took me and my friend Simon to places we never planned on going. It also put on our path this School Bus running on Veggie oil in which we stayed for 3 weeks across Colorado and Utah with a group of enlightened hippies. ABOUT THE VIDEO This video is so precious because it is the first travel film I ever...
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India and Amsterdam….together at last

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Once again, work has sent me to my most favorite place on earth. A place where the curry flows like ketchup and the tap water will give you diarrhea for weeks. No not Gary Indiana (hey yo), but India. I know that is a little vague cause India is rather large....so I went to Pune.....again. Never heard of it? It's only the 6th largest city...
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Burning Man

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I was trying to think of a way that I could explain burning man to those non freak crazy druggy hippies out there (you know who you are), who haven't been yet.....but I don't know that it's possible. The first moment I set foot out there, I had a feeling I have never experienced before...it was just complete sensory overload (and barely any drugs were...
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The T-T-T-T-Taj Mahal

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For the past four centuries, Indian tourism has had a shadow cast over it by one building and four syllables;TheTajMa--halFirst thing to say, it was 112 degrees. Yes, one hundred and fuckin twelve degrees...And that was in Celsius. To tell you the truth, I felt like overall it looked more impressive from a distance than up close.It looked much, much smaller when I got up...
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A visit to an Indian carnival….kind of

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I had the privelege? of visiting what one might call a carnival.....an Indian carnival. They had all the usual carnival activities that you would expect, a ferris wheel, a merry-go-round, etc. except they were all miniature sized and were hand operated. A man stood there and pushed the "ferris wheel" around. Wow, what a thrill.Then of course, we had the woman dancing with giant pots...
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Jiho

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Well, I am having so much fun here in India, that I have decided to stay an extra week. Sorry to those waiting anxiously to see me. I will tell you, its not cause of the office food...I don't have a lot of new interesting pictures because I have been working 14 hours a day, which is why I'm paid the big bucks. I will,...
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India explained

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India can be very confusing to a first time westerner; so full of magical sights, smells and cows. To help this theoretical first time India traveler, I have compiled a list of some things that will help to understand the culture, climate and driving rules, to avoid death.Cars will not stop for pedestrians (or other cars). It may seem as if they are ignoring lane...
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Month Two: Thailand

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And I thought my last post was delayed. Here I am in month nine writing about month two, but better late than never! To be honest, when you’re living such a crazy, fast-paced life, it can be difficult to stop and recount your adventures while you’re still trying to have them! But here we go: Let’s take a look back at month two of Remote Year...
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My apartment in London, England

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This month we're living in The Collective, a co-living building in London. What's co-living? It's basically a fancy term for tiny-ass apartments. However, they're tiny for a purpose - to build community.The building is 10 floors high, and every floor has a large community kitchen, as well as another shared space unique to each floor. You room being a little small means you'll be spending...
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1.7 | Goodbye Croatia

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Change seems to be the theme of this month. For remotes, we bonded over our motivation to want change. For the city, we saw it transform from a touristy beach attraction to a quiet and calm version of itself. For the restaurants we frequented daily in the first couple weeks, they disappeared. Something about them being built illegally. Five weeks into my year of travel,...
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219: The One Where Everyone Shits on New Year’s Resolutions

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People seem to react to New Year's resolutions in one of two ways these days: - Shit on them because people don't usually stick to their goals and they're in your way- Shit on them because you're "perfect" and don't need any self improvementAnd look, I try to not make commentary on people's opinions too often. I truly believe everyone has the right to think whatever...
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#55 Moments

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I don’t live in time…. I live inmoments. I always have. Moments, experiences, things that make mehappy. Time is immaterial. Time can go sopainfullyslowly you’re counting every second of it as it passes…or it can rush past youknockingyou off your feet as it flies by. My father would say this makes me a Hedonist. I don’t mind that label because…. well, moments…. those you can...
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Yoga for Healing: Treating PTSD with Lisa Yeager

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A couple weeks ago, I shared a bit of my yoga journey and how it helped me recover from depression and anxiety. Yoga was an incredible tool for me that taught me the importance of mindfulness and taking charge of my own mind. It also taught me a lot about healing the traumas throughout my life. Today, I am so honored to be introducing you...
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India and Amsterdam….together at last

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Once again, work has sent me to my most favorite place on earth. A place where the curry flows like ketchup and the tap water will give you diarrhea for weeks. No not Gary Indiana (hey yo), but India. I know that is a little vague cause India is rather large....so I went to Pune.....again. Never heard of it? It's only the 6th largest city...
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31: Lessons from Prague

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Things I managed to not miss- Iggy Pop in the Rain I don't know if any of you have noticed, but I am having the time of my goddamn life in Prague. I've seen art and architecture so beautiful it has made me contemplate time and permanence. I've seen views so stunning I've been forced to put my camera down and let the magnificence that...
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Week 3: I Got My Swim Trunks & My Flippy Floppies

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Where does one even begin? Two yachts, 18 (+ 2 skippers) people, 1 week, and enough booze to keep a small city drunk at all times. Think MTV’s Real World, just on a boat. Once again, this week was both the longest and the shortest week in one. Obviously putting 20 people with different personalities, who only met two weeks prior, on a boat is...
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Reflection: First Leg of Remote Year

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One of the most common things people told me before I left in January is that this year will fly by. This both irritated and comforted me but I’m happy to report that everything has actually gone by at a pretty good pace so far. It definitely feels like I’ve been gone 4 months, in both the respect of how much I feel separated from life back home and...
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