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More From Atacama: Valley Moon Paperblog Pick in Destinations

More From The Atacama: The Valley of the Moon

Yesterday I posted some brief thoughts and an introduction to the Atacama Desert, which was the destination on my recent trip to Chile. Today I wrote another article at... Read more

Natural Riches Brunei Paperblog Pick in Destinations

The Natural Riches Of Brunei

Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque Despite only occupying a tiny portion of Northern Borneo, Brunei is the 25th wealthiest country in the world, primarily due to it's richness... Read more

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