Photo Friday – A Cyprus That Could Have Been – Karpaz, Cyprus

July 5, 2013

A Mosque And A Church In Karpaz

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A Week At An Indian Ashram

July 2, 2013

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After finally reaching the ashram a day late due to some confusion with two cities having almost the same name near each other, I arrived at the ashram, called Ananda Marga. The first thing I noticed was the uniform the monks wear. It’s an orange robe, orange turban, and they all have long beards. As […]

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Catching A Train To The Wrong City In The Middle Of Nowhere

June 30, 2013

My Savior And Angel

It’s an honest mistake to make. How many cities could be named Bokaro in India? The answer, of course, is more than one and here’s the story (and if you’re curious, within 43km there are three different cities that start with the word Bokaro). As an Indian you have to reserve train tickets far in […]

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Photo Friday – Taking The Plunge – The Caribbean Sea

June 28, 2013

Taking The Plunge - Taken 13-Dec-2011 - The Caribbean Sea

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Stories Of Happiness Pursuers – Jonny Blair

June 25, 2013

Loving Antarctica

The Pursuit of Happiness is something innate to all humans, but we all go about it in different ways. In this series of articles people from every walk of life share their experience of making the decision to be happy, grabbing life by the horns, and taking the plunge into a happier and healthier life. If […]

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The Best Of Myanmar In Pictures

June 23, 2013

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Click here to see the pictures full-sized for a change.

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Photo Friday – Expensive Sofa – Nicosia, Turkish Republic Of Northern Cyprus

June 21, 2013

Expensive Sofa - Taken 14-June-2013 - Nicosia, Turkish Republic Of Northern Cyprus

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Burmese Kindness Series: Here, You Take My Sandals

June 18, 2013

My Foot Gloves

Myanmar, without a doubt, was one of the most interesting places I have visited. Apart from the beauty of the countryside and omnipresent temples, the wonderful people make this place unforgettable. In this series of articles, I share five short stories of small acts of kindness to give an insight into the heart of the Burmese […]

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I Wish We Could Have A Conversation…

June 16, 2013

Always Smiling

While in Latin America a funny thing happened. The more I traveled, the more I enjoyed it. Peru exemplifies this, as my 2.5 months there were some of the best in my time in Latin America. Although Peru is a wonderful, amazing place, another thing was at play: language. By the time I got to […]

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Photo Friday – Amphitheater Concert – Kyrenia, Turkish Republic Of Northern Cyprus

June 14, 2013

Amphitheater Concert - Taken 8-Jun-2013 - Kyrenia, Turkish Republic Of Northern Cyprus

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A Book About Achieving Freedom

June 11, 2013

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What does freedom mean to you? It’s a tough question. When I was younger I think my answer would have been much more skewed to the financial aspects of life. Back when I had my first job in the corporate world, an intern at GE Appliances in Louisville, Kentucky, I thought I had it all […]

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Tips For Dealing With Worry

June 8, 2013

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As Afa, the beautiful Jack Russell I’m blessed to be living with here in Cyprus, barked and barked at this cat, I couldn’t help but think about how we humans do the same thing. I highlighted the cat in the picture, but it’s still barely visible. In real life I had a hard time finding […]

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Photo Friday – Love At First Sight – Nicosia, Turkish Republic Of Northern Cyprus

June 7, 2013

Love At First Sight - Taken 5-Jun-2013 - Nicosia, Turkish Republic Of Northern Cyprus

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Burmese Kindness Series: Getting Hijacked By Stealth Bike Repair Ninjas

June 5, 2013

Fixing My Bike

Myanmar, without a doubt, was one of the most interesting places I have visited. Apart from the beauty of the countryside and omnipresent temples, the wonderful people make this place unforgettable. In this series of articles, I share five short stories of small acts of kindness to give an insight into the heart of the Burmese […]

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Change Your Paradigm – Different Is Beautiful

June 3, 2013

Be different and stand out in a crowd

On my first day at Inle Lake it was too late to take a boat tour of the city. Instead I rented a bike and cycled around the outskirts of the town. I had a destination in mind, but at one point I decided to cycle down an unpaved road to see where it led. […]

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What Is Your Greatest Fear?

June 1, 2013

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Maybe I had morbid friends, but this was a question I got a lot in high school and college. I think the first time I was asked I didn’t have an answer. It wasn’t something I thought about. But as time went on I did have an answer: ending up alone in life. Yes, being […]

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