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Millionaire by 30

Last week I turned 28 years old and like many people, my birthday was met with a lot of reflection and evaluation about life. I was talking with my cousin who called to wish me a happy birthday and during our conversation, he helped me put things into perspective. Out of the blue he says, “well, it doesn’t look like you’re …

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7 Things You Can Still Do as a Disabled Backpacker

Flying around the globe on a round-the-world ticket, diving into foreign cultures and going on exciting adventures is a valuable life experience – and not one that’s limited to young graduates taking a gap year before leaping into the world of paid work. Disabled people can experience life as a traveller too. There are more obstacles to overcome, such as …

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What to do on a Dead Sea holiday

The Dead Sea, the lowest-lying point on Earth and one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water, has been fascinating visitors for centuries. While it’s technically a lake rather than a sea, it spans more than 800 sq km and is noted for the health-giving properties of its waters – in fact, it was one of the world’s first health …

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A Memorable Christmas in Cusco

One of the greatest things about travel is how the people you meet dictate your decisions and experiences. I strongly believe that individuals are put into your path for a reason and it’s up to you to take advantage of the opportunity and figure out why they’re there. It was Christmas Eve in Cusco and I was eating breakfast alone …

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The VIP Section at Machu Picchu

Resting high above any good night club, looking down at the shleps who fight for a spot at the bar is the VIP section. A place where the rich and beautiful pop bottles and celebrate life. Back in the day, when Machu Picchu was the most exclusive nightclub in all of the Inca Empire, I imagine Huayna Picchu would have …