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The coastal area of highway one between Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay in California is a fifty mile stretch of beautiful coast land. It's an area of serene peacefulness. Spending a night on the beach is a wonderful experience on the coast of California, the sound of the waves is one of the most Continue Reading ...

India is a land of rich cultural history. Many forts or historical castles were built all over the country under the rule of the Rajputs and the Mughals. Stepping into these forts gives a strange feeling as if the observer is being transported back in time, and any minute now a host of queens will Continue Reading ...

spiritual headquarters Varanasi

Spirituality fills your soul when you hear or think about Varanasi. This sacred land, blessed by the holy waters of the great Ganges is indeed a spiritual headquarter for our country but there are also other places to be seen, foods to be eaten, nature to be appreciated and moreover, there is lots of fun Continue Reading ...

camping in a state forest of minnesota

After a long contemplation of thought and ideas I decided to depart from Minneapolis, which is a long over due departure. Comparing most cultures I lived during my international travels—Minneapolis has been one of the most challenging. I decided to depart with my car and travel from campground to campground, despite having a strong desire Continue Reading ...

Enjoy indian food while traveling india

Indian cuisine is made up of hundreds of regional cuisines which can be traced back thousands of years. The dishes consist, primarily, of spices, herbs, lentils, rice, bread, potatoes, and vegetables. Hindu beliefs have played a large role in the formation of Indian cuisine, as well as the influence of other cultures that have come Continue Reading ...

Budapest is a hidden gem at the edge of central Europe, close to where the Iron Curtain once used to delineate the border between the free Western world and the oppressed East. When you visit Budapest nowadays, however, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any signs of the destruction caused by the Communist regime. The Hungarian Continue Reading ...

travel bulgaria on a budget

Looking for a new place to travel to this summer? If you love exploring new lands and prefer to vacation in places that haven’t yet been tainted by the human hand, I recommend Bulgaria. Here are the top 4 reasons why Bulgaria makes for the perfect vacation spot: Gorgeous landscapes - Not yet a top Continue Reading ...

tourists sites in lebanon

If you’re looking for a place that has a rich culture, warm people and beautiful architecture, then Lebanon is the place to be. Lebanon, officially called the Republic of Lebanon, is a country that is bordered by the gorgeous Mediterranean sea in the east, shares a border with Syria on the north and east sides Continue Reading ...

albania-mosque

Albania has been gaining popularity as a top tourist destination. This country located in the southern parts of Europe is reinventing itself in terms of tourism. What helps is the fact that Albania allows travelers to get a glimpse of some of the best aspects of European culture, history and tradition because it hasn’t seen Continue Reading ...

the blue mosque in istanbul

Known officially as the Republic of Turkey, this country is located in Western Asia in the Anatolian Peninsular in the continent of Eurasia. The official language is Turkish and most of its people are Muslim. Turkey is a country that has seen so many different cultures come through its borders that when you see all Continue Reading ...

the Acropolis, the most important landmarks in Greece

I think one of the biggest reasons that people travel to Greece is the fact that most of us have heard so much about it. The land of the mighty Parthenon and the Acropolis, Greece is both exotic as well as mystical. We all have studied the ancient Greeks in our history class; we all Continue Reading ...

minnehaha creek in minneapolis

Minnehaha Park and Creek is a local favorite as it's connected to the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway's pedestrian and bike trails and has a nice seafood cafe open in the warmer months. It also has picnic grounds, a wading pool, play areas, bike and surrey rentals and one gorgeous waterfall with walking trails both above Continue Reading ...

sailboating down the nile river

The majestic land of Pharaohs and the Great Pyramids, Egypt is chaotic and beautiful. However, nowhere else in the world can you find the ambience and the wealth that Egypt offers to travelers. While most people travel to Egypt to see the Pyramids, the country offers many more wonders to explore. Not surprisingly, Egypt is Continue Reading ...

visit bitola macedonia

The Republic of Macedonia is a newly independent state, gaining its independence from Yugoslavia in the year 1991. It is located in the Balkan peninsular. The country of Macedonia is quite vast and is a wonderful challenge to take up if you consider yourself to be an avid explorer! It is home to the elusive Continue Reading ...

st. anthony falls minneapolis

I arrived in Minneapolis after just shy of 4 years of international travel. This is my first time back in the States since I departed from San Francisco in November of 2007. I can say that visiting is a cultural head rush. When person is away from their inbred culture for a longtime, it is Continue Reading ...

soaking in the blue lagoon

I rolled into Minneapolis after a long transit trip from Bulgaria. Having an eight hour layover in Berlin from Sofia, I arrived in Iceland (2*c) around midnight. Iceland, the land of high inflation has it set up that all passengers can take the ‘flybus’ to Reykjavík and be dropped off at your hotel or hostel Continue Reading ...

My international travels will be coming to a close concerning across the Atlantic travels and traveling on buses and trains with a backpack. Most of you know I will be starting a cycling nomadic lifestyle to continue my travels. I will eventually be heading to Central America and possibly South America on the bike. But Continue Reading ...

traveling the balkans

When some people hear of the Balkans and former Yugoslavia they might think of war ravaged Bosnia, and many people still view the Balkans as unsafe. From first hand personal experience traveling the Balkans is a wonderful experience that will not damage your pocket book compared to northern Europe. The very word of Balkans may Continue Reading ...

Currently, I am residing in a small town called Hisar (Hisarya) in Bulgaria until the end of August. Hisar is truly a beautiful area located on the southern folds of Sredna Gora Mountain of the Balkan Mountains. Continue Reading More @ Cycling Nomad Continue Reading ...

village in bulgaria

I decided to nest in Bulgaria for the summer. My flight was canceled from Berlin that connects in Prague to Skopje. So I decided to jump on a train to Prague, visit for a day, and then catch the flight to Skopje. Visiting Prague for a day was plenty of time after visiting many cities Continue Reading ...