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Two Years Away – My First Visit Back to Arizona

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With my Master’s thesis handed in and the clock ticking down on my time as a student, I finally set aside the funds to return to Arizona. It seemed like a perfect opportunity.  My schedule was largely open, consumed only by applying for jobs and PhD positions here in Denmark.  My brother, the author of davidberger.net, who ...

Central America

Diving In Feet First – 36 Traveling Boot Photos From Around the World

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It’s Thanksgiving back home, probably my favorite holiday of the year.  It’s a holiday about people, about coming together, and about taking a moment to focus on all that is positive in our lives. The people, the opportunities, the friends, the family, and yes, even the challenges.  As I reflect on what I’m thankful for travel comes to mind as a major ...

Europe

A Quick Metro Rant – Basic Information Everyone Seems to Have Forgotten

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Photo by Stignygaard

Life is full of unspoken rules.  These rules can be hard to figure out if you’re an outsider. Yet, when followed they tend to drastically improve the flow and efficiency of group activities.  When violated, you not only risk drastically reducing the system’s efficiency, but also pissing off a large number of people in the process.  Here ...

Hosteling

A Video Tour of Northern Arizona

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If you’ve been following my recent posts exploring Northern Arizona, I hope you’ll take the time to watch the following videos. They contain excerpts shot during my trip through Flagstaff, up towards Cameron and Tuba City before striking back south across the desert to the Little Colorado and across to the Grand Canyon for a spectacular sunset.

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