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David Černý’s wicked public art in Prague [PICs] | Matador Network
Check out my latest article on Matador Network! David Černý is my fave!
"The joy of traveling is in the novelty, the exotic and inherent difference of buildings, food, landscapes, customer service standards. More than that, it’s a privilege, an opportunity that should be savored before we’re thrust back into a zone of familiarity."
Excellent travel read!
Second article on Matador Network! If you love Prague you will love this article! How to explore Prague like a local | Matador Network
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST FOR ONE YEAR OF TRAVEL? | danielbaylis.ca
Awesome article! Very pragmatic approach as well. I will keep it in mind!
Ahhhhhh! My first highlight post on Matador Network has been published! I am so excited to be working with such a cool travel writing outlet. Everyone, please join the network, “Czech” it my article, leave a comment, and let me know what you think!
A night out in Prague with Becherovka | Matador Network
I’ve started a collab with the Matador Network, which is an awesome travel writing/photography website you should totes check it out! I’ll be contributing some highlight posts on their website but for now take a gander at my blog, it’s way cool! Leave some comments, send me a message and join the network yourself!
Most people find they have more free time in the summer - I have the opposite problem. A combination of a new workspace, a summer class, a graduate assistantship and some sweet (paid) ghostwriting assignments are going to keep me very busy for the next five weeks. There may be a vignette here and there but please don’t think I’ve fallen off the face of the earth! Your favorite travel “glimpses” will be back in no time.
MANY THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE! I love you all…
"It’s not being an unenthusiastic traveler to recognize that familiar touchstones give us a needed breather on the road, the better to help us dive back, with gusto, into cultures not our own."Daisann McLane, National Geographic Traveler (via katznjammer)