Monthly Archives: April 2014

Around Every Corner

Buenos Aires, Argentina – Walking around the streets of Buenos Aires is like visiting the Louvre, but without all the French people. Around every corner is someone’s creative prowess splattered all over a wall. Some of the art it is

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In the predawn hours on a sweltering day in September, a crowd of shadowy figures gathers in an old decrepit rail yard, waiting for their salvation. The sun hasn’t even begun to rise and the sweat has already started beading.

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Giant Steps in Silence

Siem Reap, Cambodia – Leaving town early in the morning, I pedaled swiftly along the road, inhaling fumes as cars whizzed dangerously close by. For some reason, I thought that riding a bike was a good idea, despite almost hitting

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