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Celebrities at Talakaveri, I hate you like I love you.

There's a scene in Kung-Fu Panda where Po, voiced by Jack Black, attempts to climb the stairs to a temple in China. Perhaps, this comparison is a bit culturally misappropriated as we are in India and Talakaveri, is a Hindu temple dedicated...Show More Summary

Sightseeing in Coorg and Farting Indians.

The storm of yesterday's chaos gave way to a sunrise that filled our souls in Coorg. Shannon was back to her smiling self, though somewhat hesitant to return to the car. Our adopted dog, Blacky, came running to us as we unzipped the Swiss Tent overlooking the meadow on the plantation. Show More Summary

The Revenge of Karnataka on the road from Bangalore to Coorg

Our #homestay was amazing on a #coffee bean plantation. #coorg #indiaA post shared by Liv Jones (@liv_adara) on Apr 2, 2017 at 5:10pm PDT Read Part I: Beyond the Beautiful: Bangalore Read Part II: Kissing Bangaluru, Tasting Kerala and Brahmins' Coffee Bar Read Part III: Balance in India: What begins must end. Show More Summary

Balance in India: What begins must end. - Cubbon Park, Commercial Street.

Read Part I: Beyond the Beautiful: Bangalore Read Part II: Kissing Bangaluru, Tasting Kerala and Brahmins' Coffee Bar By the beginning of the third day we were beginning to forget life before our departure to this place. The purpose of a vacation is to vacate your life, to become someone else for a time. Show More Summary

Kissing Bangaluru, Tasting Kerala and Brahmins' Coffee Bar

Read Part I: Beyond the Beautiful: Bangalore Can mornings get any better than this? #poolside #breakfast #bangaloreA post shared by Liv Jones (@liv_adara) on Mar 27, 2017 at 11:33pm PDT Nine thousand miles away I woke up in Bangaluru, India to birds chirping outside the window. Show More Summary

Beyond the Beautiful: Bangalore

When I begin writing, I always contemplate where to begin the story. In between long flights, many buses and countless trains, the monotony of the untold occurs. I'm a rare breed in that I thrive in airplane seats, washing myself in toilet stalls and surviving the hours and hours it takes to get from destination to destination. Show More Summary

Want to make a quick $250?

Want to make a quick $250? Go to Well Fargo online, take about 5 minutes to fill out an application and open a checking account with $25. Use the debit card 10 times and they'll give you $250. (Go to the gas station and put a $1 in 10...Show More Summary

India Travel Visa for Americans

Planning a trip to India? The adventure of getting a visa is thwart with your first dangers. You better pack millennial technical skills and watch out for bogus websites... In recent news it's becoming more difficult to travel as an American. Show More Summary

Falling Through Life

To the person I used to be, Life is like falling. From birth to love to death we reach out into the infinity for others hoping for a brief second that if we reach out far enough that we might touch another soul. I woke up on January 9th 1977 from the fall. Show More Summary

Russia's interference in the elections, explained.

What is Russia's thinking in their influencing of the U.S. Election, perhaps even aiding Trump to become President of the United States? In order to better understand Russia's thinking we have to go back to World War I when Russians and particularly, a lawyer named Vladimir Lenin rose to power under the ideals of Marxism. Show More Summary

How not to land a job overseas in world ran by Trump

You're a kind good working person who cares for others. You struggle to get by but live your life with honesty, integrity and values. These are what many people, including those who voted for Trump (I did not), might see as the pillars that make up American culture. Show More Summary

Never say Goodbye - A Summer on the Camino de Santiago: part 5

This last July I walked the Camino de Santiago from France to Spain. I met a lot of different people, ended up in the hospital and eventually ended up in a series of airports trying to get back to the U.S. This is that story... See Part...Show More Summary

God Wants You Dead.- A Summer on the Camino de Santiago: Part 4

Over the summer of 2016 I walked across Spain. After 350 miles of walking I came down with an infection that landed me in the hospital. Looking back I realize that my time in the hospital was probably more of an adventure than anything I could have walked in those last few days. Show More Summary

It's a sign that we've all gone insane. A summer on the Camino de Santiago: Part 3

During the summer I walked the Camino de Santiago, a 500 mile century old pilgrimage across Spain. Each day I'd get up, shower, pack my gear and walk with endless thoughts in my head. Most days I would meet up with friends for breakfast, typically a Napolitana (Pain au Chocolat) and some Cafe con Leche. Show More Summary

Please check your RSS Feeds

Hi everyone, A bit of a technical matter I need to post. I will be divorcing one of the RSS feeds that is forwarded to this site, so if you'd like to continue to follow this blog be sure to do so by subscribing via this url and link: If...Show More Summary

Maybe a dog fight near a cheese farm is simply a dog fight near a cheese farm: A Summer on the Camino De Santiago Part 2

See Part 1: How to Find Happiness: A Summer on the Camino de Santiago Well, Jack, maybe a dog fight near a cheese farm is simply a dog fight near a cheese farm. Over the summer I walked from the south of France to the west-coast of Spain with only a backpack and some gumption. Show More Summary

How to Find Happiness: A Summer on the Camino de Santiago - Part 1

Over the summer I went to my graduation in Wales. In order to get home, I had to catch a flight a month later on the west coast of Spain. I caught a short flight from the U.K. to southern France, where I began my journey. Walking over the Pyrenees, across the border into Spain and 620 KM over the Basque country of Spain. Show More Summary

Lady and The Trump

"Dog, Fat, Pig, Disgusting Animal". -Donald Trump At 6:30 Am this morning I woke up with Trump in my head. Hillary's political adverts on our dystopic American future for women, should Trump win, has only increased my own self-hate. Rarely, just as many women, do I feel beautiful. Show More Summary

48 Hours in Hilton Head Island

Crashing #weddings, #German beer, naps on the beach, dolphins, and sun burn in places that I didn't know I could. It's exhausting being us.A photo posted by Liv Jones (@liv_adara) on Oct 1, 2016 at 4:32pm PDT The weekend getaway often becomes a monotonous reinterpretation of previous memories. Show More Summary

Dear Becky from Hillsdale Lake Greensboro,

The Legend of Billie Jean (Movie) - When do I get a body like Helen Slater?Hillsdale Lake is situated just off Battleground Avenue up Strawberry Road. It's a gorgeous lake on a quiet side road with a small pier and a tiny pavilion. Throw...Show More Summary

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