A Short Review of “Vice” – A Film About Dick Cheney

I recently broke down and went to the film “VICE” about Dick Cheney’s career, hoping to learn something new about this enigmatic man. I was pretty disappointed overall as it didn’t really provide any new information on what we already know about him. However, there was a couple things the film brought up about his personal life. The film insinuates that Lynn Cheney’s father may … Continue reading A Short Review of “Vice” – A Film About Dick Cheney

Hiking Destination: Walking Across Ireland and Great Britain

I figure the only way I will ever be able to finance traveling is to walk and stay in the equivalent of an Albergue or Hostel. But this will actually be more adventurous anyways, although it’s probably not for everyone. However, I’ve always been inquisitive and curious with bounds of energy.
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A Quick Look at Castles

Now is the time to visit Europe’s castles in honor of the European cultures. As you may notice, this site is basically under construction, but we plan to do a lot on European hiking, castles, history, cultures, and other beautiful things that European nations brought to the world. Stayed tuned, but in the meantime take a look at this documentary on Castles. Photo credit: By … Continue reading A Quick Look at Castles

Monument of the Pilgrims, Burgos, Spain

Camino de Santiago: A Shorter Path

Hiking from Foncebadon to Santiago is a shorter alternative for hiking the El Camino en route to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, than the full “Way of St. James” which typically takes about 30 days, depending on the individual. There are many ways to go, but the long way begins in Southern France and goes all the way to the west coast of Spain at Cape Finisterre, also known in ancient times as “the end of the world”. Continue reading “Camino de Santiago: A Shorter Path”