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7 Vagobond Posts You Should Read

7 Vagobond Posts You Should Read

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At the end, each blogger nominates 5 other bloggers. Nobody nominated me (probably because I’m an asshole) so I wrote to the source and she nominated me. (You see sometimes being an asshole works.)

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10 Incredible Things to See in the Louvre – Cultural Travel

10 Incredible Things to See in the Louvre – Cultural Travel

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With massive mazes of corridors spread through eight cultural departments including decorative arts, antiquities, sculptures and paintings. You could spend a lifetime there and that doesn’t even include the huge line.

Kakaako Graffiti – Honolulu Hawaii’s Gritty Urban Chic Neighborhood

Kakaako Graffiti – Honolulu Hawaii’s Gritty Urban Chic Neighborhood

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Long ago, before white people came to Hawai’i – the area called Kaka’ako which now sits between Honolulu Harbor, Downtown Honolulu, and Ala Moana Shopping Center was a place where Hawaiian royalty lived – it was a rich agricultural landscape of terrace…

Kamaka Ukulele Factory Tour – A Family Business with 101 years of Experience in Hawaii Ukuleles

Kamaka Ukulele Factory Tour – A Family Business with 101 years of Experience in Hawaii Ukuleles

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Fred Kamaka Sr and his brother Sam Kamaka, Jr – the sons of legendary ukulele maker Sam Kamaka, Sr. All three are inductees in the Ukulele Hall of Fame. The children of Fred and Sam still run the Kamaka Ukulele Factory where…

Vagabond Explorer – Sir Richard Francis Burton

Vagabond Explorer – Sir Richard Francis Burton

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Explorer Sir Richard Francis Burton was quite possibly the greatest vagabond in history. In his lifetime he lived diverse cultures, broke boundaries, and did most of it without much in the way of resources or travel money.He is this week’s Extraordinary Vagabond.