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10 on 10: Ten Things I Learned from Travel in Ten Years

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page” I was 15 when I first read this quote. I didn’t even know back then…
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When in Rio: How to Hang Glide in 5 Steps

“Did you realize that a single carabiner was holding your life the entire time?” a freakish friend told me as I showed him my video. I honestly never thought about it…
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How Escadaria Selaron taught me about Passion

Escaderia Selaron and the entire neighborhood of Lapa and Santa Teresa might be tagged as the home of hipsters and weed junkies but what I would remember from the place more than the brightly colored tiles that Jorge Selaron patiently and meticulously rebuilt each step. For me, it is the home of passionate people.

When in Rio: Gringo & Rio

On a humid night along the shores of Copacabana, what could an Indian, Australian, Lebanese, German, French, Moroccan, American, and a Filipino possibly share in common?
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Fearless in Favelas: The City within a City

For many, Rio de Janeiro is synonymous with Cristo Redentor, the Sugarloaf, or the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. While I agree that these places entice me to come and…