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Corners of the Internet #22

Hello internet! We’re coming to you live this morning from an airport hotel in sunny Miami, Florida. Yes, we are on the move once again, this time to the Caribbean, where we will be stationed for the next two weeks. Would you believe that in all of our travels, we have yet to explore the Caribbean at all? We did go to Puerto Rico once, four years ago (does that count? Jury is out…). This time we will be in (on?) St. Kitts and Nevis. I’m excited to fill the...

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Spring Break Ideas that will Leave You Rejuvenated (For Real!)

What spring break ideas do you have this year? Are they all filled with idyllic images of lazy beach days and perfect sunsets? Or do you dread the idea of packing up the family for a long drive of mild carsickness and...

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Pass the Oysters: Charleston’s Best Happy Hours

There are oyster people and non oyster people. We are oyster people. Since the days we lived in Maine, where the freezing cold water produce some of the most delectable oysters around, we’ve been...

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The Best and Worst Decisions We Made in Asheville

By now we’ve established a few basic facts about Julie and Drew, the travelers: We are pretty terrible tourists, rarely visiting the ‘must see’ anything We nearly always create detailed eating itineraries,...

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Charleston’s Charms

I always knew that I would like Charleston. Something about the historic sprawling homes, abundance of fresh oysters, warm weather and pimento cheese spread speaks to me at a very deep level. If anything, I worried...