Featured Photo: Sedlec Ossuary

Posted by on Nov 3, 2015 in Czech Republic, Featured | No Comments
Featured Photo: Sedlec Ossuary Hidden in the small quaint town of Kutná Hora, two hours outside of Prague in the Czech Republic, lies an eery monument to human life. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sedlec Ossuary, is estimated to house the remains of 40,000 to 70,000 people covering over 3 centuries of lives. The bones were assembled into their …
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Featured Photo: Sólheimasandur Plane Crash

Posted by on Oct 25, 2015 in Featured, Iceland | No Comments
Featured Photo: Sólheimasandur Plane Crash Situated about 2 hours southeast of Iceland’s capital Reykjavik, lies one of the country’s more unusual sights. The wreckage of a US Navy DC-3 rests in a seemingly endless field of grey volcanic sand. The plane crashed in 1973 after running out of fuel on a training flight. All crew survived, and the wreckage was left where it …
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That time I nearly drove a BMW into the Atlantic

Posted by on Oct 22, 2015 in Ireland, Misadventures | One Comment
That time I nearly drove a BMW into the Atlantic This week on Nomad Photographer, I’d like to introduce a new series about my adventures that resulted in embarrassment, tears, unneeded stress, or even physical pain. This is the first in MisAdventures, with unfortunately more than a few to follow. In my travels, I generally bounce from one high to another, meeting people from all …
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Exploring London on a budget

Posted by on Oct 7, 2015 in City Guide, England, Money | One Comment
Exploring London on a budget London is an expensive city. Let’s just get that out of the way. It’s like New York City-level expensive and even then I suspect it’s worse in some categories. Of all the cities I’ve been to this year, it is easily the most costly. There are only so many ways to save money there, but …
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Month 7 recap

Month 7 recap My time in Thailand came to an end with the completion of my divemaster training and I got back on track with my journey round the world. I also shredded my checking account in the famously expensive London and got to see friends from back home for the first time in 7 months in Edinburgh! …
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