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I definitely have a thing for stairs (and bridges, but that deserves a story on its own). I like chilling on the stairs, taking pictures on them and of them especially if they are unordinary and special in some way. That’s definitely the case with these tailed steps in one neighborhood in San Francisco. One hundred and sixty-three steps in …

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Places you thought existed only in your dreams are in fact the reason why our planet happens to be the most beautiful heavenly body in the entire universe. These spectacular sights are a treat for the eyes… a fairy tale turned into reality. They are just beyond your imagination and you absolutely cannot miss seeing …

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But we could as well have named this story “Richard and Willow, the black cat”. No, it is not a horror story about how a black cat brings bad luck to poor Richard. It is completely the reverse of this. It is about a man who has become fed up with his job at a …

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Shanghai is one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of China and the most populous city in the world, with a population of more than 24 million as of 2017. It is a global financial center and transport hub, with the world’s busiest container port. It is located in the middle portion of the East China coast and it is major administrative, shipping and trading city in the …

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Acclimate, a photographic project by Balint Alovits with the aim to document how an inhabited area is formed where natural conditions are basically unsuitable for human life. Ever since our first feature of Balint Alovits’ Time Machine project, a photographic exploration of Bauhaus and Art Deco stairwells in Budapest, Hungary, he moved to London and started pursuing …

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If you’re anything like me, you’re terrified of any animal that has the potential to sting you. Be it a wasp, bee or ant, none are welcome anywhere near my skin. A majority of the creatures that sting cannot cause you any REAL harm, other than a slight pain, numbness or an itch. But their …

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Ubud visiting temples and the monkey forest, enjoying coffee shops and vegan eateries and scouring the streets for treasures to bring home in the same market that was made famous in “Eat Pray Love”. If I had to describe Ubud in a single word it would be green. Lush surroundings and healthy food GALORE, so …

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Live Like A Local is a series I wanted to create in an effort to expand the travel section of my blog beyond where I live and have personally been. I wanted to create a resource for anyone reading who might be 1. traveling to other areas, 2. live in other areas or 3. moving …

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French Polynesia is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful places we have ever visited. Our trip (Part 1 + Part 2) specifically focused on Tahiti and Taha’a, but we are already in the early stages of planning a trip back to explore more of the beautiful islands. It is a beauty that I …

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Living in a humble van and travelling up to 100,000 kilometres around Australia is something not many people could do. Celo Codrington and her boyfriend, Mitch Cox, both aged 24, have been doing that for some years now. Together with their cosy 2002 Toyota Hiace, they live life on the road. They are driving wherever …

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