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Through no nefarious acts, Johnny Burell finds himself with the identity of another man. Just so happens this other man is rich. Mo money, mo problems. He must deal with a drug cartel while trying to keep a steamy relationship with a girl he just met. Read More

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This is a writeup of a hike I did recently (February, 2021) in the desert of southeastern California, known as the Colorado Desert (named after the river). Read More

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The following is a hiking trip report from a hike that I did last spring out in the desert--specifically focusing on the butterfly species I would (hope to) find. Read More

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You are cordially invited! | Welcome to the most colorful, one of a kind, widely anticipated festival of the Philippines: Dinagyang Festival 2021. As per tradition, I write an essay about my home town's annual festival whenever it comes around. It's my way of celebrating and giving back, as well… Read More

Poem / Travel

January 21, 2021

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Journal 48 A Collection of New Alliterative Verse by ArchDuke Kenneth Khanh Du “My reflection upon the current climate which send heat waves simmering throughout time.” New Alliterative Verse has five set parameters defined by me: 1. A couplet line poem with 20 lines or less 2. Each line contained… Read More
This is an article "Getting Back on the Travel Track" by Marc Primo As 2021 sets in, more challenges meet travelers in international airports all around the world. In the US, all incoming passengers from abroad will need to undergo a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) or Antigen test during the… Read More

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A poem/story about an adventure my wife and I had in Costa Rica Read More
This is an article "Tips on Packing as a Modern Nomad" by Marc Primo. For people who have lived most of their adult life on the road and have earned the title of travelling nomad, the most asked question is perhaps what to pack when travelling nonstop across the globe.… Read More

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Journal 48 A Collection of New Alliterative Verse by ArchDuke Kenneth Khanh Du “My reflection upon the current climate which send heat waves simmering throughout time.” New Alliterative Verse has five set parameters defined by me: 1. A couplet line poem with 20 lines or less 2. Each line contained… Read More
This is an article "What Christmas Will Look Like Around the World This 2020" by Marc Primo. Now that the Thanksgiving turkey has been taken out of the oven, people are now preparing to celebrate one of the most festive seasons of the year, albeit in a different manner this… Read More
This is an article "What's Up With Airbnb This New Normal?" by Marc Primo. Most 2020 travel plans were cancelled no thanks to COVID-19?-?but not all. While home-sharing platforms like Airbnb had to make changes to keep the pandemic from further hurting an already battered industry, not all remained grim… Read More

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"It's descriptive poetry of places and seasons like these that really grab my fancy. This poem has a nice balance of sophistication and simplicit..." Read More

I wrote this after my first visit to Tombstone, AZ in 2016. I did it originally just as a way to preserve vacation memories with the pictures that I took. Read More
This is an article "What's There to See in Swing States" by Marc Primo. Americans all over the country are bracing for one of the most important elections in the nation's history this November. With unique challenges in this year's voting processes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, political parties… Read More

Short Story / Travel

October 27, 2020

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This is an article "Everything Greek You Need to Learn and Visit" by Marc Primo. Want to know some interesting facts about Greek culture which can inspire you to immerse in its vibrant locales? Here are some of the most fascinating ones that not many people really know about, to… Read More
This is an article "Best Pampering Hotspots You'll Need to Try Soon" by Marc Primo. No matter how ironic it may seem, now is the right time to relieve yourself of stress and take necessary precautions to avoid getting sick from the new coronavirus. With the many lockdowns happening around… Read More

Short Story / Travel

September 17, 2020

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This is an article "How to Make Your Room a Staycation Destination" by Marc Primo Warren. The COVID-19 pandemic broke out early this year and shattered every plan we had for a holiday. Worst, it forced most of us to stay home and quarantine ourselves in seclusion. As the new… Read More

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Book / Travel

July 25, 2020

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This manual is intended for employees of the hotel industry. After spending many years in the industry I was never able to find a book or manual addressing emergency situations. After personally going through numerous situations (too many to count), I sat down and wrote this manual. It is my… Read More

Book / Travel

May 31, 2020

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Okay, so we've all been there. You've got the van full of baked beans and curry, the missus has packed her knitting and you have a route planned out for the winter away. Boxing day, south towards Dover. A day or two to travel through France (too expensive) before entering… Read More
This is an article "Country Review and Timeline on the effects of COVID-19" by Marc Primo. Now that some cities are thinking about relaxing lockdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, some people might be thinking that it'd a good idea to go on holiday after being quarantined for months. However,… Read More

Poem / Travel

April 27, 2020

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My mural excerpt "Shoreline" (cover) Inspired by those brave mud loving souls who unearth treasures from the past. Please support our intrepid mudlarkers Nicola white- Sifinds- Read More

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Are you travelling faster too? Read More

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A Journey to Gurudongmar Lake Read More
This is an article "Should You Still Go on Your Scheduled Trip Right Now?" by Marc Primo. The short answer you're looking for here is "yes". With most airlines around the world cancelling flights to destinations, pushing off your travel plans to a later date is the best and safest… Read More
London is one of the great cities in the world to plan a trip with your toddlers. There are plenty of things to do with your little ones and lots of quiet corners where you can retreat from the hustle and bustle. Read More

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Life Skills Development Read More
This is an article "A Look at Mexico City's Hostels" by Marc Primo. Currently, most states and even countries are on lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While we all take shelter in place, there's no reason why we can't visit one of the best tourism spots in the world… Read More
This is an article "How to Plan for Your Next Trip" by Marc Primo. Now that most countries are encouraging the practice of social distancing and global travel bans are emerging due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this may be the most opportune time to plan ahead for your next trip.… Read More
This is an article "Saving Money on Accommodations" by Marc Primo. Wherever you go on holiday around the world, you're bound to chance upon some cheap, or even free, accommodations a few times. Most people just don't know where to look but it's time we debunk the myth that travel… Read More

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This essay thoroughly analyzes the concept of Otherness related to Thandie Newton's 2011 speech and Galgut's 2010 story. This exegesis focuses on comparing and contrasting two different perspectives regarding finding oneself. Read More

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A World of Love..We can just try...why not? Read More
Grandpa Bill goes on a Amazon Jungle adventure Read More

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The following is an article “Best Hostels When in L.A.” by Marc Primo. Los Angeles’s Santa Monica and West Hollywood areas used to be the prime spots for hostels in past years, but with 2017’s construction boom, more lodging providers have surfaced to cater to the many migrants that continue… Read More

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The following is an article "Montreal's Hipster Holiday" by Marc Primo. Montreal remains to be one of the most prominent tourist destinations for the world's hipsters with its unrelenting love for the arts, eccentric festivals, and all things creative. As Québec's largest city situated on an isle along the St.… Read More