I Want to Travel the World: 50 Memories in 50 Countries

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I want to Travel the World

We just crossed the border from South Africa over to Namibia. I am over the moon with excitement for what this trip through the Namibian desert will bring. However, it is also a milestone for me because I have now set foot in and traveled through 50 countries! I know that numbers don’t matter and many travelers choose not to “count countries”, but I have always found that setting a goal pushes me to travel the world. Long ago, I told myself I would see the world. Having traveled to 50 countries I have now been in more than 25% of the … Read More

The Tomato Festival in Spain: La Tomatina Not Shown in Photos

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The Bad Side of La Tomatina

I got nervous as we arrived right before the massive trucks packed with vegetables drove through the crowded streets.  Young, old, guy and girl alike waited for the signal that would start the food fight.  I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I’m pretty sure I just paid 10 Euros to get my first black eye from a tomato. La Tomatina: The Tomato Festival in Spain Unraveled I put on the worst of my travel clothes, knowing that they would probably go in the garbage at day’s end.  We had been in Valencia for four days, with the La Tomatina festival … Read More