Mexico: Volunteering at El Rancho Del Rey
An Orange Tree in a Field of Flowers I was driving with a friend, Norm,

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South Dakota: When My Bus Was Cancelled
I was on the tail end of a Greyhound backpacking trip around the United States, meeting interesting people and hitching

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Brussels
Adventure in Brussels
After fifteen minutes of walking, the city’s business district gave way to rundown restaurants and boarded up windows. The street

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Crashing in the night
At night, back roads along Nova Scotia’s southern coast are treacherously dark and terrifyingly narrow, especially when fog rolls in

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Bus terminal portals
The seeds of my obsession with traveling by bus were sown more than a decade ago in 2006, when I

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Northampton
Can’t bottle up home
As evening sunlight fades, the charming city comes alive with twinkling lights, like those shining on the Smith College sign

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Layover
Rambles of a Two-Hour Layover
Layover Thoughts on Travel I sit in this Boston airport traveling to Iceland on a

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I am a Byproduct
Dad would pull the pallet onto the work floor with a hand jack and slap down another in its place.

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The House of the King
El Rancho Del Rey is a bright light that shines through the dust. Just off the highway in the middle

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Maybe We Were Meant to Run Away
Travel: a temporary cure to a hereditary existence. I travel, for brief respite from my pain; but, like scratching an

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Arriving in Rome
There's something about trees passing by the window, that makes me forget about yesterday, and live entirely in the moment.

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This Mexican Landscape
My heart often wanders farther then my body can travel. I develop an insatiable desire

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