Philosophy

5 Reasons Not to Drink Alcohol When Traveling

Drunks in the Meadows (Alcoloh Blog)

I’m not against drinking alcohol. I like my glass of wine with a meal, and I’m never going to say no to a good sangria or even a shot of the local whiskey or rakia. However, there are some good reasons why you should lay off the booze while you are traveling. This might come as shock to many. It …

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Mayonnaise is Not a Liquid! And Most Fear is Irrational

Giant Burger with Mayonnaise

It’s well known that restrictions are very tight with what you can take on an airplane. Obviously, pointed objects or other weapons are a big no-no. Since 9/11, airports have also cracked down on liquids, creams, gels, pastes and aerosols. I’ve been stopped more than once to remove something from my bag, and more than once I’ve disagreed with their judgment (like the …

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The Search for the Perfect Cup of Coffee

I’m not a big coffee drinker. By that, I mean I don’t have to drink a cup every day when I wake up. However, I do like coffee, and I’m always on the lookout for that perfect cup. As a travel blogger, I tend to spend quite a bit of time in cafes. If I had the choice, I’d probably pick …

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How I Lost my Smile in August for All the Wrong Reasons

Selfie without a Smile by Storr Waterfall

At the end of July, I wrote a blog post in which you might have noticed I had had a little injury. Well, that little injury was a lot worse than I thought, and eventually led to me losing my smile. Another title for this post might be “Why You Shouldn’t Travel without Traveler’s Insurance.” In 2015, I only had one accident …

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Here’s What I Didn’t Do in Amsterdam

Amsterdam Central Square

As I go through my travels, I’m constantly leaving activities in my wake which I didn’t get a chance to do. After all, that’s the Law of the Traveler. Amsterdam was no different, but the activity I didn’t do was by choice. For four days, I stayed at a friend’s house 45 minutes north of Amsterdam, catching up on my …

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