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Caribbean fruit seller, Cartagena Columbia

Posted by on Jul, 2014 in Culture, Latin America, Picture Perfect

  Dressed in her most colorful outfit, a local fruit-seller in Cartagena, Colombia poses for photographs. I’m quite certain...

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Thailand culture and UNESCO World Heritage (sponsored)

Posted by on Jul, 2014 in Asia, Culture, Sights, Thailand GayCation

***PAID ADVERTISEMENT*** The ancient Kingdom of Thailand reaches back thousands of years, yet even today living evidence of vanished...

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Buddha is where?

Posted by on May, 2014 in Asia, Culture

“I think it’s over there.” Our taxi driver said as he took both hands off the wheel and turned his entire torso to the...

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Tokyo manhole

Posted by on Nov, 2013 in Asia, Culture, Picture Perfect

In Japan details are everything. The sakura, or cherry blossom, motif can be found in several incarnations of art and in everyday life,...

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Broadway’s Priscilla comes to Orange County

Posted by on Oct, 2013 in Culture, News, US & Canada

Orange County’s Segerstrom Center for the Arts will host the musical of gay icon book and film Priscilla Queen of the Desert. After years...

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Oyamazumi Shrine, Omishima, Japan

Posted by on Sep, 2013 in Asia, Culture, Picture Perfect

With great care and measured grace, a Shinto priest sweeps the grounds of Oyamazumi Shrine in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea town of Omishima....

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New York Broadway Week a deal

Posted by on Aug, 2013 in Culture, News, US & Canada

  Who doesn’t love a good show? As summer comes a close and the days get shorter, it’s time to consider exactly how you...

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Shisa shopping in Okinawa, Japan

Posted by on May, 2013 in Activities, Asia, Culture

Unlike most travelers, I don’t often purchase souvenirs when vising a new destination. If I didn’t control myself, my home would soon be...

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