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Five Texas Getaways to Inspire Your Summer Vacation Plans

Sure, some of you will scoff at the idea of ​​posting a list of possible summer vacation ideas because we’re essentially the middle of summer. It’s for this reason that this list will focus specifically on Texas getaways because if you’re looking to make the most of an ever-narrowing travel window, the Lone Star State is the place to be.…

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Collecting Rocks, Minerals and Gems in the USA

Collecting rocks is educational and fun for many people. Some people treat it as a hobby and others as a career. As amateurs, it is fun to open rocks to see a hidden mystery. Will the unknown revelation be a mineral, a crystal or a gem? Opening a rock to reveal an unknown treasure is exciting. Start by collecting rocks…

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Muslim?

The holy month of Ramadan is approaching and I am nervous. I am always nervous when the month comes. Nervous because I might pass out during a working day at the restaurant from lack of food and water during daylight hours. Nervous that I’m going to give in to temptation sometime during the month that seemingly lasts forever. But I’m…

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Do you want to earn money writing a travel blog?

Everyone says blog to make money. And in this process they start selling domains, websites, web hosting, SEO, and e-books. Do Blogs Really Make Money? Today I will explain how to make money writing a travel blog. I will not give free advice on where to buy your domain, website or hosting. And I will not encourage you to buy…

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When the Mississippi flowed back

Tectonic events such as a 5.8 earthquake in California and a volcanic eruption in Washington, caught our attention. But they couldn’t match the New Madrid earthquakes from December 1811 to February. 1812 that caused the mighty Mississippi River to briefly flow backward. Consider the statement from Firmin La Roche, a French fur trader from St. Louis. France had sold the…

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Aix en Provence – Our favorites

Aix en Provence is often known as “the city of Cézanne”. It is difficult to miss the emblems of the “Steps of Cézanne” on the sidewalks of Aix; These symbols take tourists to some of the sites most famous for Cézanne’s artistic inspiration. The problem with watching your feet to follow the little emblems is that you can lose some…

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In Hamdog

A “hamdog” is a fast food creation in Australia that has become popular there. The concept is to make a hot dog-sized depression in the center of a burger before grilling and grilling a hot dog separately. Then you place the grilled hot dog in the depression, which will cradle it when both meat products are placed on a single…

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Ghosts and Legends: The Spirits of the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon of Arizona is an amazing sight. The size of the barrel is enough for any observer to pause and take a moment to reflect. In such an inspiring location, it is no wonder that over the years the Canyon has attracted its fair share of local folklore and legends. Stories like these add an interesting dimension to…

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City, Waterfalls and Jungle – AFS Argentina

Arthur Fromer ranks Argentina at the top of the world destinations to visit and these diverse vacations did not disappoint with their passion and scenic wonders. We started with several days in Buenos Aires, a vibrant capital with a European flair and a Latin flavor similar to Madrid. Our hotel was right in the center of the city and our…

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