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3 Blogging Mistakes I’ve Learned in the First 3 Months.

Ordinary Adventures

I’ve been in the blogging business for a little over three months now. While every fiber of my being screams that that is barely any time at all, I cannot help but feel like I’ve been immersed in this world for much, much longer. I have made it my top priority to take this hobby and turn it into my second job. Not in a money sense, not at all, but in a creative, time consuming, goal oriented way. For the past three months, almost all my free time has been poured into learning, crafting, creating, exploring, and making this blog into what I dream for it to be. I’m still working out major kinks, making tons of mistakes, and hitting every road block imaginable. During these first 100 or so days, there have been some huge, glaring problems that could not be ignored. But trust me, I’m learning. I’m…

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Today, I am supposed to be in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. My flight was scheduled just before midnight yesterday. The boy and I planned on traveling together up to Siem Reap, Cambodia. I have been looking forward to it for a long time, but here I am, flightless, in many ways.

The boy put it casually cruel, saying, “I do not feel like leaving,” a couple of days after I returned from Bangkok. I said sure, it is fine. I am a fucking liar. I never brought the trip up again and just took a domestic beach holiday the very next day after his rejection. I am still here, on the second week now.

I contemplated going solo to Ho Chi Minh, but I did not have the heart for it. My baggage seems too heavy to lug around in a foreign country. Funny how the butterflies in…

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Today I Will Be Happier Than A Seagull With A Stolen Chip!

Through Open Lens

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F/6.3, 1/1250, ISO 400.

Bonaparte’s Gull

Day 219 / 365

A man and his pet seagull walk into a bar. It’s about 5pm, but they’re ready for a good night of drinking.
They start off slowly, watching TV, drinking beer, eating peanuts. As the night goes on they move to mixed drinks, and then shooters, one after the other.
Finally, the bartender says: “Last call.”
So, the man says, “One more for me… and one more for my seagull.”
The bartender sets them up and they shoot them back. Suddenly, the seagull falls over dead.
The man throws some money on the bar, puts on his coat and starts to leave.
The bartender, yells: “Hey buddy, you can’t just leave that lyin’ there.”
To which the man replies: “That’s not a lion, that’s a seagull.”

Interesting Fact: The smallest gull seen over most of North America, it is also the…

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Clownfish Close-Up

indahs: dive, travel & photography

Finding Nemo Quote

Finding Nemo is my favorite all the time movie, plus, I love clownfish. I took tens of clownfish images during my scuba diving :D. So, on my third submission for the 3 Day, 3 Quotes Challenge as invited by Life of Mon, I share Dory’s wisdom together with a clownfish image that I took in Raja Ampat (Indonesia).

Gladly I share the close-up image of the clownfish to the Daily Post Close up Challenge. Have a great weekend!

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The Pulse of Tokyo

The Amazing Travels

In 1890, Japan’s population was over 50 million. In 2014, its population was over 127 million, making Japan as the 11th most populated country in the world. The Greater Tokyo metropolitan area, which is also called Japan’s National Capital Region, has a population of 37.8 million and is the world’s most populated metropolis.

Tokyo, which was called Edo in the 17th century, was the first city in Asia, had a population of over one million. By 1956, its population was 8 million and by the end of 2014, it was over 13.2 million. It is the largest city in Japan with a total land area of 837 sq. miles with 23 different smaller cities known as wards, which are segmented into districts.

The huge crowd, soaring skyscrapers, glaring neons, shops, bars, restaurants, and giant malls will overwhelm your senses! There’s a burst of sensation in this huge urban…

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