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A Photographic Journey through Belgium’s Christmas Markets

I’ve just returned from one of my favorite trips yet – a week long exploration of Belgium Christmas Markets in each of Bruges, Ghent, and Brussels. I’m a big fan of wintertime travel, and while most calendar events do little for me I’m admittedly a total sucker for the holidays. This particular trip was easy [...]

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Fly Fishing Vancouver Island

fly fishing vancouver island

Spey Casting As the ferry pulled out of Horseshoe Bay in a thick shroud of fog I knew we were close to what I had been looking forward to for a year. Heading to Vancouver Island is always special for me because of its unique vibe, beautiful scenery and phenomenal fishing. The fresh ocean breezes [...]

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Things To Do In Parksville-Qualicum Beach

The off-season Where is Parksville-Qualicum Beach you ask? Parksville and Qualicum Beach are two communities on the East side of Vancouver Island in British Columbia.  Together they have a population of just over 20 000 but in the summertime that number grows exponentially when people from all over come to experience their wonderful beaches and [...]

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Soggy days in Dublin are still camera-worthy

After our BlogHouse event in the southern part of Ireland, I went back up to Dublin to hang out, get some work done, and also have the chance to see some of my good blogging friends at a travel blogging conference that going on conveniently right there in town. Dublin is a great little city. [...]

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Visiting One of the World’s Highest Lakes

Tilicho Lake

My alarm goes off. It’s 1:30am here in Tilicho Base Camp, and it’s time to get up for what’s sure to be one of the most memorable mornings of our lives. I packed a small bag full of camera gear last night, and I’m ready to go. Danielle, my girlfriend and travel buddy, has agreed [...]

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8 reasons to visit magical Tanzania

A couple of days ago, I was thinking about why I decided to go to Africa in the first place. [...]


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