Tag Archive: kay exploring

Kay`s Explorer Guide to Solo Travel (4-part guide)

In response to my previous post about not delaying travel plans, I am following up with a four-part guide oozing with suggestions to enhance your solo trip and minimize the occurrence of “crappy” things… Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day dinner 2012. Veal slathered in a orange, shallot, basil, tomato sauce. Cucumber, tomato, onion bisque with avocado.  Peach pecan muffins. And here’s the low-down: If it wasn’t my first time making… Continue reading

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Chipping away at research for Fall 2012 Euro-trip. After last meeting with Tom last weekend, the path is clearer and zoning in on specific cities to research is easier. My approach to “getting… Continue reading

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Digging HOLSTEE’s Manifesto..their signature message and the lifestyle their brand promotes. The company has a very forwarding thinking approach to their goods. The people behind HOLSTEE care about the entire lifecycle of their products… Continue reading

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It`s better to travel well than to arrive. Buddha

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If you are humble, nothing can touch you, neither praise nor disgrace, because you know who you are. Mother Teresa

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Sriracha Bloody Mary Grey Goose vodka.Organic tomato juice from Whole Foods.Sriracha chili sauce. Worcestershire sauce.Fresh squeezed lemon juice.Rimmed with sugar + ground celery seeds and cayenne pepper blend, mostly sugar though.Garnished with a celery stalk,… Continue reading

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In Buddhism, one of the Four Noble Truths is: “the origin of suffering is attachment”. Fear is the attachment to the known, to the comfortable and at worst, to complacency. We eliminate some… Continue reading

Like AirBnb? Here`s more private accommodation ideas

Check out Michelle Higgins’, a New York Times Travel reporter, great article about private rental services in the vein of AirBnb. This is great info for peregrinators* into frugal or unique experience accommodations.  Check out Michelle’s reviews on… Continue reading

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When you are going through something hard and wonder where God is, remember the teacher is quiet during a test. Note: If you are not into theism, appreciate the analogy by subbing the… Continue reading