Monthly Archives: July 2012

In nearly my second month of in Alaska and many Alaskan adventures under my belt, I have to say that I’m loving it. Yes, the rain, mud, gear, and temperatures take some getting used to, but I’m acclimating quite well. As Alaskans say, it’s not bad weather, it’s bad gear. Thus, I have become a.
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I’m a repeat offender when it comes to all things Spanish. And, although very distinct from Castilla and Madrid where I lived for two years, I was impressed each and every time I visited Barcelona. After various visits, I think Barcelona is absolutely wonderful, vibrant, artistic, and culinary hotspot (Really great tapas and cava on.
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This post in my series of Alaskan Adventures is yet again another first for me. Up until this summer, I had not seen whales in the wild, landed on a glacier via helicopter, or hiked through a temperate rainforest before.  So, what’s to stop me from another first – exploring a fjord? With the opportunity.
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Welcome to the fourth in my Alaskan Adventures series! Previously, I have explored some of my newly found adventures whether the Mendenhall Glacier to hiking many of the hundreds of miles of trails just around Juneau to last week’s July Fourth parade and fireworks. This post I gear towards Alaskan wildlife. I have to say.
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As in exploring any culture or area, I believe that holidays, food, and music tell you a lot about the area and its people. So, why treat Alaska any different than I have treated my other travels and adventures to unique places like Spain, Italy, Chile, Argentina, Turkey, and others? So here’s my take on.
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