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Unlocking Ushuaia’s Secrets – The Portal to Tierra del Fuego

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The first few days of my Argentina trip had been spent exploring Buenos Aires, socializing, dealing with jet lag and adjusting to the reality that I was back on the road.   For me, it was the southern city of Ushuaia where I mentally perceived my Argentinian adventure as truly beginning. I didn’t know what to expect.  I ...

Backpacking / Europe / Hosteling / Scandinavia / Travel

A Burgeoning Love for Bergen and Norway’s West Coast

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The ancient seaside city of Bergen is one of Norway’s best known destinations.  Situated in the heart of Norway’s spectacular fjord country the city offers a rich history, pristine location, spectacular seafood, and perfect starting point for those interested in a breathtaking voyage down one of the region’s nearby fjords.  The city which dates back to approximately ...

Backpacking / Central America / Food / Hosteling / Travel / Travel Tips / Uncategorized

Caye Caulker – Belize’s Hidden Gem

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When I talk about Belize – Caye Caulker (pronounced Key-Caulker) – is the place that quickly comes to mind as my favorite.  The somewhat sleepy island village is a backpacker’s dream.  Beautiful water, exciting day trips, two delightful hostels, dirt roads, golf cart transportation, cheap prices and delightful people leave just about everyone who visits smiling.

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Food / Tips & Tricks

Fish, A Frying Pan and $9

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Howdy all,

I’ve decided to follow up on my previous post in which I shared my technique for cooking a live Dungeness crab, shrimp, squash and salad for $15. For today’s project I chose salmon, sole, yams, and a side salad. Total project cost is about $9. In usual form my focus is on simplicity, price and how to use ...