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World Travel. World Life.
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If you are prepared to fight to death, you will live. If you avoid battles to preserve your life, you wil die." Nanjungilgi (The War Diary of Yi Sunshin) Sept 15, 1597
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I’d like to thank our many readers, fans, and of course our writers and photographers for being a part of Vagobond.com for the past decade. It’s been an incredible journey. We’ve been all over the world and have learned that people everywhere are amazing…
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It's now 2011 in Antalya, Turkey and 43 minutes into the new year, I realize that it's high time I write my predictions for the coming 365 days.
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If you want to know the future, you've got to go there. Vago Damitio's predictions for 2013 are for your enjoyment only . Any investments or life changing decisions should only be made after doing your own due diligence.
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No matter where you live, you don’t hear someone say “I’m taking a trip to Lapland” very often. Lapland is a region that stretches through Russia, Norway, Sweden, and Finland. It’s not a country, though it is a definite cultural region that spans national…
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I have some fond memories of Birch Bay, Washington. Not the least of which is doing a Polar Bear swim on New Years day of 1996. Ouch. I was one of the lucky ones that didn't get hypothermia.
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A Vagobond Christmas?It's that time of the year when the shopping malls are packed and the kids are starting to look excited...at least in countries that celebrate Christmas, but here in Turkey, everything is Attaturk as usual.
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Mainly because I’d played a lot of Civilization, the name I knew this monumental building by was the Hagia Sophia. In fact, that’s the Greek name. The Turkish call it Aya Sophia. The Romans who built it called it Sancta Sophia in their fancy pants Latin.…
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Christmas in Sefrou, Morocco is like dry heat in the water.
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Staying in a traditional house in the Fez medina can be one of the most memorable things about your time in Morocco.
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