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Guide Book Vagabond – Tom Brosnahan

Guide Book Vagabond – Tom Brosnahan

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Tom is an old school travel writer, guide book author – the kind that went to the destination, walked all the streets, drew the map if there wasn’t one, learned the language, and checked all the prices – and what is incredibly cool, is that he is also a pioneer of the new school of travel writing and online guides.

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Romance and Wine in the South of France

Romance and Wine in the South of France

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Many of us think we need to travel to Paris or Champagne to experience what France has to offer in the way of wine travel. I’ve been to both, and they were great, but I find the small, less known wine regions featuring family owned wineries to be much more intriguing.

Vagobond in Bulgaria – Part 3 – Sofia Statues and Parks

Vagobond in Bulgaria – Part 3 – Sofia Statues and Parks

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Travel around the world can’t be considered complete without visiting at least one former or current communist nation. I’ve been to a few of them now though many would argue that China is about as communist as the USA. As an anarchist, it strikes me as sad to think of the hope that went into the monuments and art of communism and the tragedy of death and despair that usually emerged from it.

Vagobond in Bulgaria – Part 2 – Sofia Places of Worship

Vagobond in Bulgaria – Part 2 – Sofia Places of Worship

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Travel around the world and try to write about it as you go and you are sure to miss something. One of the hardest parts of travel for me is finding the time to just stop, chill out, and write about my adventures. I wonder if travel insurance covers that?

Vagobond in Bulgaria – Part 1 – Sofia Tourist Sites

Vagobond in Bulgaria – Part 1 – Sofia Tourist Sites

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During the time I traveled in Sofia, I managed to see and do a huge number of things. I can’t fit it all in one, two, or even three posts. To sum up, let me just say that Sofia was a great place for me to visit. On the one hand that’s cool, but on the other, when the first act of a play is awesome, it makes the rest a bit harder to appreciate.