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Small Cities, Small Dreams (Thoughts on Zagreb)

I spent the last few weeks in Croatia, and during that time, I managed to hit up the capital city of Zagreb. Which is quite small, quaint, and charming for a capital city in Europe. I’m used to the hustle and bustle and craziness of Kiev now, but Zagreb reminded me quite a bit of […]

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#05: Dating And Money Scams In Eastern Europe

In today’s episode, Kyle discusses his recent stupidity, as well as several of his reader’s who just can’t get this through their thick head: It is a terrible idea to try to marry women off the internet who you have never met. Apple Podcasts / Android / Stitcher / Spotify / YouTube / RSS If you […]

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Happy Belated 4th of July from a Village by the Sea

Photo taken in Zadar, Croatia Greetings and happy 4th of July, my little troublies. I’m writing this to you from a little village by the sea, the actual village that is very, very close to where Selo Oils is actually produced (there’ll be more about Selo in the near future, big announcement). The family and […]

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Dating In Brazil: Q&A With A First Time Traveler

Kyle here today. This interview about dating in Brazil is with old friend “BRob”, who blogs at The City Bachelor. He’s also the author of the recently released book Salty, which is absolutely worth a read. He recently took his first trip abroad and agreed to sit down and answer some of my questions about his […]

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Instagods by Sonny Arvado

My friend Sonny has a new book out today — Instagods. First off, let me just say this first and foremost: Sonny and I go pretty far back. He was back and actually blogging around the time I started (i.e. 6 years ago). He has continued to do so for many years since. I respect the […]

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Brief Thoughts on (Eastern) European Train Travel

Yesterday I got stuck, with my poor parents and grandma, on a train that lost AC and with only two windows that would open. Average temp inside was 90+. I’ll never complain about air travel again… Supposed to be 5.5 hours ended up being nearly 7. The train driver stopped for a beer. Wish I […]

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The Dropped Wallet Scam In Europe

Just a reminder that once in a while…there’s some bad people in the world. I was walking home on my street last night. A man in front of me dropped a wad of US dollars. I stupidly picked it up and handed it back. The oldest scam in the book. A “cop” showed up a […]

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