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  nothing makes me hapoy like an artisanal market. It's all about the hunt for me. You know, digging through racks and piles and scouring and scouting. Those...
        first of all, did you know that flamingoes aren't born pink? Second, did you know there's an island in the Bahamas with a flamingo population...
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it started with a random thought and a text to two friends that said "Want to go to St. Petersburg to see the Dali Museum?" It's not a romantic...
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panama's Casco Viejo is the oldest neighborhood in this quickly Central American developing city where they use the American dollar. Panama's skyline is dotted with skyscrapers and looks...
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  ultra buzz is buzzing, but we're looking a bit forward to Big Guava Festival in Tampa during the first weekend in May. Headliners include Outkast, Vampire Weekend,...
      it seems like everyone, like, the whole wide world, knows Palm Beach as an antiquing heaven except for Miami. Only an hour and a half away,...
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  st. Augustine is the oldest continuously inhabited city in America. That's right, the oldest city in America, before there was that historical path through Boston, before those...
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every year, I make the annual 18 hour pilgrimmage, by car, to Manchester, Tennessee for Bonnaroo. Bonnaroo is heaven. No joke, if I died and it was full...
  the launch of the Bimini shuttle is imminent. If this means you need to find a new Bahamas hang out, perhaps a private island that isn't accessible twice...
  about a week after Cigar City Brewey's Hunahpu's Day, a debaucherous celebration for the father of the Mayan hero twins... blah blah blah, basically it's a self described...