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Soursop: Many Names, Many Flavors

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In the English-speaking world, Annona muricata is called soursop. If that name is a turnoff, Spanish-speakers call it guanábana, French-speakers call it corossol or cachiman épineux, and the Thai know it as thu-rian-khack. These are...
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The Tough Question of Whether South America Is Dangerous

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Literally every person I spoke with prior to my trip to South America last February echoed the same sentiment: South America is extremely dangerous and you’ll probably get robbed, even if you’re vigilant. In particular,...
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Travel Inspires A Business Idea: ExchangeMyPhone

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The cheapest and most sustainable way to travel is simply by opening a book. When I was growing up, it was through the well-loved stories on the shelves of my father’s used bookshop, that I gleamed my...
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We Blog the World (WBTW) was founded by Renee Blodgett whose initial goal was to cross pollinate ideas and stories across the globe with the hope of providing a deeper understanding of cultures foreign to our own. It has morphed from its earliest days and is today dedicated to Transformative Travel, at the crossroads of where adventure, wellness and luxury meet. From some of the most passionate voices on the web, you’ll find rich storytelling and photography from every continent. Read More.