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TRAVEL DEEPER – GUATEMALA [VIDEO]

Here’s the result of four months of working and traveling in Guatemala as a Kiva Fellow. The scenery is incredible, the people are inspiring and the memories are forever. I’ll see you again soon Guatemala. Shots from Guatemala: Flores, Solola, Panajachel, Tikal Ruins, Antigua, Rio Dulce, Semuc Champey, San Antonio de Palopo, San Andres, Mazatenango, Marmaya and Guatemala City. If …

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New T2T Bloopers, Outtakes and Quickies

This weekend I was going through all my current and old travel video footage as I attempt to put together more featured “Travel Deeper” videos from each country (like this one from Argentina) and I realized, I have a ton of unseen footage that I should do something with. So I put together a new Youtube Channel to serve as …

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An Explorer’s Dilemma

On February 1st, I moved into a one-bedroom apartment in my hometown of Rochester to work on the launch of two new projects, plan the next adventure, catch up on video footage and see about a girl. This past Sunday marked my 29th birthday, and I found myself in the familiar birthday mindset of being confused and frustrated with my …

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6 Tips for Getting the Most from Hotel Meeting Rooms

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) reports that there are over 23 million small businesses in America. These account for 55% of all new jobs that are created throughout the country. Despite this, they only hold 30% of commercial space. This discrepancy would seem to suggest that small-business owners are conducting operations outside of their primary locations. In many of …

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Aimless Adventures at Tikal Ruins

Ancient ruins are cool, but the tours associated can also be slow and boring at times. I have a tough time sitting still when I’m put in a “tourist” type situation, so I seperated myself from the group and went off to explore the Tikal Ruins my way. Here are the highlights of our tour of the Mayan Ruins of …