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“Why sip life from a straw when you can gulp it from a fire hose?”
“Why sip life from a straw when you can gulp it from a fire hose?”

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WE HAVE MOVED! Portugal: A New Chapter in LifePart2 #travel #retirement

You might have noticed that it has been a while since I have posted blogs about the retirement adventure. It isn’t that there aren’t any new tales to tell, it is that Sarah and I have been so active making plans and living the life that we are just now…

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6 practical ways to handle and simplify your #retirement finances

These are just a few handy tips that have been useful for me when it comes to handling my money after retirement. Nothing more than common sense, but these ideas will help you keep things simpler and less stressful, which for me, has always meant better.…

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Photo: Abandoned Bangkok Theater Turns Into Makeshift Restaurant #travel #asia #streetphotography

One of my favorite things about Bangkok, Thailand is being able to see all of the different faces it presents. A few months ago I had an overnight layover and decided, instead of spending the evening at the Lebua SkyBar, to go wander the streets around…

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Photo: Sunset at the Parthenon in Athens, #Greece #travel

I have been furiously going through the images I took on my recent trip to Turkey and Greece to put on and I wanted to get a few more on the blog. I can’t begin to describe how amazing Athens was. I was such an interesting mix of ancient and modern. You…

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It distorts reality, beats common sense into retreat and replaces it with a reactive deluge of upsetting emotions. #travel #fear

It is 9:20 PM and we are standing on the platform in the one track train station in Pyay, Myanmar. To get here Sarah and I have walked, with our luggage, almost an hour, down gravel roads, in the dark, because we were told that there “should be” a ten…

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Turkish Cooking Class in Cappadocia #cooking #travel #turkey

I admit it — I am a foodie. I think well-prepared food is a high art as worthy as painting, music, and sculpture. But, I am not an elitist. I think, with proper attention and care, street food, barbecue and home cooking can be as sophisticated as that…

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