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Bremen’s Delectable Delights

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Bremen Food

When the folks at the German Tourism Authority reached out and invited me to explore Bremen as their guest as part of the #citybreakgermany campaign I found my curiosity piqued.  This post and the two that precede it are done in partnership with Bremen Tourism who suggested my itinerary and arranged/provided all lodging and accommodation.  The premise for the visit? ...

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Late Autumn in Bremen – Weekend City Break

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Bremen by Alex Berger

When the folks at the German Tourism authority reached out and invited me to explore Bremen as their guest as part of the #citybreakgermany campaign I found my curiosity piqued.  This post and the two that follow are done in partnership with Bremen Tourism who suggested my itinerary and arranged/provided all lodging and accommodation.  The premise for the visit? Get ...

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The Big Cats of the Serengeti

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Lion Rock by Alex Berger

The four days I spent in the Serengeti were full of incredible experiences. One of the things you always dream about is the opportunity to spend time with big cats. From shy cheetahs to lazy lions or the ever elusive Leopard, there’s something captivating about the alpha predators of Africa. At the outset of my safari I hoped I’d spot, ...

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Roaming Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park on Photo Safari

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An Elephant Toothpick by Alex Berger

Enshrined in a patchwork of Tanzanian villages and cattle-trodden Masaai lands, Tarangire National Park rests like a sprawling gem just a few hour’s drive from Arusha.  With the perennial waters of the Tarangire River feeding the plans and animals throughout the park year round, it’s the perfect location for a National Park. Tarangire also provides a fantastic mixture of climates all ...

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A Visual Tour of Iceland’s Westfjords

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Puffin Westfjords by Alex Berger

Is a four day solo road trip through Iceland enough to properly explore the country?

Absolutely not.

Is it, however, enough time to run up into the largely deserted Westernfjords, roam brilliant empty fjords, see puffins, and then hop a ferry down to Snaefellsnes for a taste of more waterfalls, extinct volcanos and gorgeous Icelandic horses?

Absolutely.

I’ll talk a ...