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Appleton Wisconsin has an amazing 4-day 70 venue music festival... and it's FREE. Mile of Music  
Cory Chisel, co-founder of Mile of Music I am strolling down the street on a warm mid-summer's night, my steps falling into the shuffling rhythm of a blues band for a moment, then slowing to some cool jazz a few storefronts down, until I finally stop at a lone folk singer in a colorfully lit
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If you are interested in paddling Wisconsin, my latest Wisconsin canoe and kayak guide is just for you. 

http://www.themadtraveleronline.com/books/paddling-wisconsin-guidebook/
There are 84,000 river miles and about 15,000 lakes in Wisconsin. So for paddle sport enthusiasts, Wisconsin is a dream. In researching, paddling, and writing Paddling Wisconsin, a FalconGuide I selected some of the best Wisconsin paddle destinations, providing maps and narrative and the tips you
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Nice little round up of delicious Thai food!
This post is just an example of what most locals eat . I know I can't cover everything but I just wanted to give you an idea what we (Thai) normally eat and it is easy to find. After reading it, I hop
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Photos of the historical buildings in Yangon, Myanmar

http://www.themadtraveleronline.com/photo-galleries/yangon-architecture-photos/
Yangon's City Hall was designed by a Burmese architect who combined several motives of Burmese architecture. ; ; The Strand Hotel has its colonial shine back on. ; The post office dating back to 1908. ; ; A fresh coat of paint goes a long way to making Yangon look fresh and
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Happy New Year! Wrapping up 2014 in photos...

http://revtravel.com/photography/travels-of-2014-looking-back/
 A bus full of young Buddhist nuns in Yangon, Myanmar, one of my first stops for the year for an article on colonial architecture. In the northern hemisphere, the new year always arrives in the midst of winter, days I find well suited for reflection and being home with friends and family. It's a
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My new hiking guide: Best Hikes Near Milwaukee is now available. 47 fantastic hikes less than an hour from the city center.  
http://www.themadtraveleronline.com/books/best-hikes-near-milwaukee-falconguides/
Milwaukee as a hiking mecca? You better believe it. Thanks in part to great preservation and protection efforts over the years and thanks to some dramatic work in the Nature department (especially that done during the Wisconsin Glacial Episode of the last Ice Age), hiking in the Milwaukee area is
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My new guidebook to canoeing and kayaking in Wisconsin came out last month. Paddling Wisconsin is now available in bookstores. Detailed information about 40 great paddle trips spread throughout Wisconsin. 

http://www.themadtraveleronline.com/books/paddling-wisconsin-guidebook/
There are 84,000 river miles and about 15,000 lakes in Wisconsin. So for paddle sport enthusiasts, Wisconsin is a dream. In researching, paddling, and writing Paddling Wisconsin, a FalconGuide I selected some of the best Wisconsin paddle destinations, providing maps and narrative and the tips you
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2014 was another great year for beer travels -- flight, roadtrip, and armchair varieties all included. I keep track of brews on the Untappd app for Android, not so much for the social networking aspect of it, but just so I can keep track of the ones I liked and why. Here are a few new ones that I
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My article about colonial architecture in Yangon, Myanmar

http://www.themadtraveleronline.com/articles/walking-through-yangons-colonial-past/
Colonial Architecture in Yangon, Myanmar I stroll through the streets of Yangon, past men and women still wearing the traditional longyi, a wraparound skirt. A vendor spins a large iron wheel and its inertia pulls sugar cane through rollers, extracting the juice for a waiting customer. Buddhist
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Women can be whirling dervishes? Depends on who you ask...

http://www.themadtraveleronline.com/articles/women-as-dervishes-in-turkey/
Right away the observer notices there is something not quite normal about this whirling dervish group. Two of the members in the center stand out; one with a bright orange dress, the other with a lime green skirt twirling about. But there’s something else. When I peer into the turning
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    Writer/Photographer, 2004 - present
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Author of 12 books. Visited 60+ countries and lived in 5 of them. Appeared on The Today Show sampling beers with Al Roker. Frequent guest on Wisconsin Public Radio.
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Travels of 2014: Looking Back
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Where to eat in Yangon
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The Yi Ping Lantern Festival, Chiang Mai Thailand
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Our End at the Knud Rasmussen Glacier, Greenland - Hecktic Travels
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Our 8 day kayaking adventure came to a spectacular end at the Knud Rasmussen Glacier.

Cathedral of Guatemala City - Guatemala
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Get lost on less than a tank
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Temple V, Tikal - Guatemala
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Puppies, Rainbows and Cobblestone Streets
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The Art of Relaxation in Five Easy Steps
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[Travel Photo] Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Georgetown Penang - Malaysia
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The Sri Mahamariamman Hindu temple in Georgetown, Penang - Malaysia. Travel Photos: Georgetown photo gallery

My first Europe trip on Day 1
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10 years as a digital nomad
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In April, 2003, I left my job in Dublin and began my life as a digital nomad. At the time I didn't know that I had just become a digital nom

Amazing food. Always hard to choose what I want here as everything is delicious.
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This is some amazing beer! While they are best known for their hoppy brews, I have to confess I also really love the porter and stout. Cool space to hang out and nice outdoor patio. (A great stop on the way to the airport, btw)
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Some of the best Black Sea style pide you're going to find in Istanbul. Fantastic, and we went back twice in the same week after that first visit.
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