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My budget breakdown for traveling in Ukraine. It cost me $36 a Day

Out of all the countries I’ve been to – including Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar in Southeast Asia – Ukraine is the cheapest. I was able to see ballets, eat extremely well and do everything I wanted spending less per day than what a hostel in Paris or…
Out of all the countries I’ve been to – including Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar in Southeast Asia – Ukraine is the cheapest. I was able to see ballets, eat extremely well and do everything I wanted spending less per day than what a hostel in Pa [...]
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Three of Southeast Asia's best quiet temples that I've visited [new blog post]

Southeast Asia's temples are world-class, but the big crowds and overgrown tourism is a downer. Here's three of the quieter - yet still incredible - temples from the region.
Southeast Asia's temples are world-class, but the big crowds and overgrown tourism is a downer. Here's three of the quieter - yet still incredible - temples from the region.
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Amsterdam is more than dank weed and the red light district. The city is home to some of the best museums in Europe, and here's a list of the best of the best.
Amsterdam is more than dank weed and the red light district. The city is home to some of the best museums in Europe, and here's a list of the best of the best.
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From weird bathrooms to laser tag, here's some of the things you'll find in Beijing's biggest park.

When you think of a big city park, what elements come to mind? Lots of green grass, of course. Maybe a jogging or bicycle path. Some gardens, of course. If it’s a particularly fancy park, throw in a zoo and a museum. All those are quaint compared to the…
When you think of a big city park, what elements come to mind? Lots of green grass, of course. Maybe a jogging or bicycle path. Some gardens, of course. If it's a particularly fancy park, throw in a zoo and a museum. All those are quaint compar [...]
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The bodies of work for Ho Chi Minh, Mao Zedong and Vladimir Lenin can be compared to each other endlessly with no clear winner. What can be compared, however, are there actual bodies. Or at least what’s left of them. Morbid, right? I went to all three of…
The bodies of work for Ho Chi Minh, Mao Zedong and Vladimir Lenin can be compared to each other endlessly with no clear winner. What can be compared, however, are there actual bodies. Or at least what’s left of them. Morbid, right? I went to al [...]
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The first 842 miles of my Trans-Mongolian Railway journey

From the comfortable train out of Beijing to the enormous sand dunes of the Gobi Desert, this beginning leg of the Gobi Desert was a great start to the Trans-Siberian Railway. Here's how it went for me.
From the comfortable train out of Beijing to the enormous sand dunes of the Gobi Desert, this beginning leg of the Gobi Desert was a great start to the Trans-Siberian Railway. Here's how it went for me.
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[New blog post] The faded beauty of Lviv, Ukraine - my favorite old town in all of Europe.

Old towns are a dime a dozen in Europe, but Lviv, Ukraine is unique. This old city is rough around the edges compared to others but still a beautiful throwback to what Europe must have been like a century ago.
Old towns are a dime a dozen in Europe, but Lviv, Ukraine is unique. This old city is rough around the edges compared to others but still a beautiful throwback to what Europe must have been like a century ago.
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Through the beer glass: Sarajevo's history as seen from its biggest brewery

Get a glimpse of Bosnia’s unbelievable history at the Sarajevska Brewery’s small brewery museum in Sarajevo. From Turkish rule to the longest modern siege in history, this brewery has seen it all.
Get a glimpse of Bosnia’s unbelievable history at the Sarajevska Brewery’s small brewery museum in Sarajevo. From Turkish rule to the longest modern siege in history, this brewery has seen it all.
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What I spent in a month on the Trans-Siberian Railway #russia #china #mongolia

There are many ways to do the Trans-Siberian Railway, from a grueling one-week non-stop journey to a completely Russia journey stretching from the furthest eastern coast to Moscow. With time on my side, I opted for a slow, month-long journey beginning in…
There are many ways to do the Trans-Siberian Railway, from a grueling one-week non-stop journey to a completely Russia journey stretching from the furthest eastern coast to Moscow. With time on my side, I opted for a slow, month-long journey be [...]
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Go back in the U.S.S.R at the Soviet Lifestyle Museum and the Museum of Happy Childhood in Kazan, Russia. Both are packed with pop culture artifacts. Out of all the rich history and architecture in the city of Kazan, these two places were among my…
Go back in the U.S.S.R at the Soviet Lifestyle Museum and the Museum of Happy Childhood in Kazan, Russia. Both are packed with pop culture artifacts. Out of all the rich history and architecture in the city of Kazan, these two places were among [...]
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Mongolia to Moscow. Here's how I fared on the Trans-Siberian Railway.

Part two of my journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway is all about Russia. Riding through the Trans-Siberian Railway non-stop to Moscow means you'll miss a lot. Here's some of the stops I made on the journey from Mongolia.
Part two of my journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway is all about Russia. Riding through the Trans-Siberian Railway non-stop to Moscow means you'll miss a lot. Here's some of the stops I made on the journey from Mongolia.
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In just under a month, I explored caves, motorbiked some of the most scenic roads I’ve ever been on, ate incredible food and traveled almost the entire span of the country. It was all done cheaply, too.
In just under a month, I explored caves, motorbiked some of the most scenic roads I’ve ever been on, ate incredible food and traveled almost the entire span of the country. It was all done cheaply, too.
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I've been living abroad for more than two years and write about the things I see at www.kargeontheroad.com
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