Booze, Food, Travel
One man working his way around the world. Mostly drinks, food, and travel from my website, but also literature, language, and whatnot.
  • Throwback Thursday to Grand Central Station. #tbt #NYC #travel

  • condenasttraveler:

    The Best Coastal Drives in the World

    I’ve only been on one of these so far. How about you?

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  • I hiked the tallest mountain in Seoul in Bukhansan National Park. The views from the summit were amazing.

  • Leaving #Capri. Full day of #travel before starting work in less than 24 hrs. #Italy (at Capri, Italia)

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  • Obligatory #wine photo from #Italy. #travel #booze

  • Beautiful but hot day here in #Capri. #travel #Italy (at Capri, Italia)

  • Sunset over Sorrento. #Italy #travel (at Sorrento, Italy)

  • St. Peter’s Basilica in #Vatican. #travel (at Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano)

  • #Taipei MRT has to advertise that it searches for spy cameras in toilets. #travel #Taiwan

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  • Wat Arun in #Bangkok. #Thailand #travel #tbt

  • Beautiful views on a hike in Mt. Tamalpais state park, CA #hiking #travel #parks #stateparks

  • Japan has a reputation for being a bit…well, weird. There are plenty of stories that have been passed around over the years about unusual fashions, foods, products, and even sex. But, is Japan really that unusual?

  • everythingeverywhere:

    Daily Photo: The Island of Skellig Michael, Ireland

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  • vintageanchorbooks:

    On this day in 1951 J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye was published. Reviews were mixed, but having been pre-selected by the Book of the Month Club, the novel was immediately popular. Rare book dealers regard a good, signed copy of the first edition — this is the one with the dust-jacket picture of a quixotic, carousel horse — as “one of the most elusive of 20th century books.” The only rare book dealer recently offering one for sale (somewhat damaged, $35,000) says that the last signed edition for sale, about fifteen years ago, was inscribed by Salinger to Harold Ross of The New Yorker.

    Read more here.

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