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The Beers & Beans Starter Kit – Our 7 Links


We are a bit late to the game on our Tripbase My 7 Links post but here it is! We want to thank Christine from Christine in Spain for nominating us. I hope everyone finds something new or random that they missed before. Have fun browsing some of our most popular posts along with some of our lesser known travel bits. 🙂   Our Most Beautiful Post: The Flames of Florence & Six Month Somewhere…

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Win $100 And Escape To Sunny Lanzarote

Celebrating great value flights to Lanzarote, we have partnered with fly Thomas cook to offer you some cold hard cash to get out of the hum drum for some sun and beautiful beaches……… We’ve had a great year already at Beers & Beans and now we are super excited because we are hosting our first ever contest!! The best part?? It’s super easy to enter and there’s $100 CASH on the line for one of…

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Desert Wildflowers – Happy Birthday Mom!

Disclaimer: A couple people have written to me thinking that I am mad at my mother. This is meant to be a funny story. I am not mad at my mom in any way and she is the best mom anyone could ever ask for. I have already asked her what she thought of me posting this story (to add some history to the post) and she said that she didn’t mind. Tomorrow is her…

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The Female Travel Underground – Why Leave Home Without It???

Some of you may know Brooke of Brooke is one bad ass traverler who has spent time in some hard parts of the world. Can you say 6 months in the Ukraine (during winter!) and an extended stay in Kyrgyzstan while learning Russian? Currently she’s trying out the ex-pat gig while staying holed up for a while in Sydney Australia. Brooke and I have been pals for the past 3 years or so, trading…

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Balboa Park – San Diego’s Crown Jewel

t’s true, San Diego is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise. From surfing to kayaking to hiking and sailing there is always something to do in the great wide open. But what is there to do in town if you are a fan of museums & the theater? Perhaps you are a gardener with a love for plants. Does San Diego have anything to offer someone who is more interested in the finer things? The answer is…

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Oaxaca City Blues

Editors note:  The following is an entry from Randy’s Oaxaca travel journal.  This is the first in a number of posts that will detail our trip to the Mexican state for El Día de los Muertos or All Soul’s Day. (A mariachi band play their hearts out on at the grave of a loved one.) Sullen sad-eyed women sell skinny wooden plank bookmarks, while their daughters moonlight as cigarette girls in the inky night. Scenesters…

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