Cambodia Calendar Update

I was doing some house cleaning and I realized I never posted a postscript to the Skull the Troll calendar Scott Kurtz and I created back in December of 2009. If you remember waaaaaay back before Christmas, we sold a 2010 calendar of photos I’ve taken of Skull the Troll around the world, to help …

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Works of Antoni Gaudí

From the World Heritage inscription for the Works of Antoni Gaudí: Seven properties built by the architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) in or near Barcelona testify to Gaudí’s exceptional creative contribution to the development of architecture and building technology in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These monuments represent an eclectic, as well as a …

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Eating Our Way Through Valencia

This guest post is written by Lillie Marshall who blogs at AroundTheWorldL.com. We traveled together for about a week in the Valencia Region of Spain in April, 2010. All photos used here were taken by Lillie. Stalking Gary As I stared at the sixth course of our third five-star dinner in Spain, I realized: this …

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The Opposite of Travel

If travel evokes images of moving from place to place and seeing new things without a care in the world, then what I’ve been doing during the last two week since I’ve gotten back to the US has to be the opposite of travel. I’ve been living in my parents basement, visiting my father in …

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Vizcaya Bridge

From the World Heritage inscription for the Vizcaya Bridge: Vizcaya Bridge straddles the mouth of the Ibaizabal estuary, west of Bilbao. It was designed by the Basque architect Alberto de Palacio and completed in 1893. The 45-m-high bridge with its span of 160 m, merges 19th-century ironworking traditions with the then-new lightweight technology of twisted …

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