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The Sand Dunes of Qatar

During my stay in Qatar, I was able to experience a lot of firsts. I cozied up to camels, swam in the Persian/ArabianΒ Gulf, climbed the stairs of the oldest mosque in the country, dined in some of the fanciest spots in Doha, and my personal favorite: sat up front during a crazy dune bashing adventure in the Arabian Desert; one...

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The Souq Waqif in Doha, Qatar

About five years ago, I was given the opportunity to visit Doha, Qatar. To this day, it is still one of the most unique and beautiful places I’ve ever been. The people were so kind, the food was beyond delicious, and the sights and smells of the souq waqif are still fresh as ever in my memory. Doha averages 108ish...

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Anniversary Weekend in Squamish, BC

Adam and I met mid-July three years ago, just a month after I moved out to Seattle. By September, we were going on weekend adventures all over the Pacific Northwest and spending every minute of every day with each other, stuck together like glue. Our first camping trip together was in Squamish, BC. It was my first time visiting Canada,...

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Tsukiji Fish Market

So, because of Adam’s busy work schedule, he had to leave Japan a day earlier than I did. When he met me in Japan at the beginning of the week, he had just come from a two-week work trip in China. They usually fly him to South Korea before flying him home, so after he left Japan, he flew back...