Backpacking the Former Yugoslavia v.3

Colorful train in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dragons and Schnitzel Woke up early to catch a train to Ljubljana. Same great train ride, half the distance back, only no bickering with the husband. Saw the cab driver from the day before at the train station. He had a tattoo on his hand above his thumb that I’d recognized from the day before. […]

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Backpacking the Former Yugoslavia v.2

The picturesque Church of the Assumption sits in the middle of an alpine lake in the fairytale town of Bled, Slovenia

The Headless Sphinx & The Romantic Englishman Hopped a bus first thing this morning to Split to pick up a connection to Plitvice. The first leg of the trip hugged the coastline. Weaved through endless small villages, which all started to look alike after a while. Pretty, but all the same. White stucco with orange […]

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Backpacking the Former Yugoslavia v.1

Fort Lovrijenac, sitting just outside the Croatian walled city of Dubrovnik

Welcome to my very first Global Debauchery feature! Instead of bombarding subscribers with email notifications for ten days straight, I decided I’d consolidate my features into three parts, today’s post being part 1, of course. For folks who’ve read my journal posts on Facebook, you may remember

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Where in the World is Global Debauchery?

Today’s hero image features Alaska’s Eklutna Cemetery with its colorful and eerie burial spirit houses. About 25 miles northeast of Anchorage, the village of Eklutna was settled more than 800 years ago and is the oldest inhabited area in the region.¹ Its main attraction is the Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church graveyard, which displays an interesting […]

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Out & About Exploring Bizarre Locales

Naturally, I’ll be introducing posts about my own personal travel experiences in the coming days and weeks—where I’ve been, people I’ve met, how I saved funds, how I wasted funds, reliable travel resources… etcetera, etcetera… For today, though, my focus is on what the hell we do with ourselves in the meantime.

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