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Beautiful and Free: Vigo, Spain

When I graduated college in May of 2015, it was the culmination of any and all plans I had made for myself. After graduation, what was supposed to come next? I had never planned...

Guided by Yellow Diamonds

Guided by Yellow Diamonds Part 1 In the chilly, misty morning, I make my way out of my tent. I discover I have gotten a new blister, this time on the bottom part of my...

Michael George: Portrait of a Pilgrim in Le Puy

Michael George is a Brooklyn-based freelance photographer and adventurer. In 2012, he walked 500 miles on the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage route across northern Spain. This year, he returned to the Camino to...

A Love Affair with France

I went to Paris for the first time when I was 11 years old, and immediately fell in love with pains aux chocolats and croque monsieurs, the Disney store on the Champs Elysee, and...

On Homestays: Living with Foreign Families

The one thing I miss most when traveling for long intervals is a sense of home. Believe me, the freedom that travel brings is glorious, but at times I crave a bit of familiarity...

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