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Charles McKinney

Travel is not just what I do but it is who I am. When I first traveled abroad in high school as a foreign exchange student, little did I know that it would serve as the threshold of a lifetime interest in globetrotting. Now nearly 10 years later, I have lived in four countries and plan to do much more traveling in years to come. The world of teaching English has given me incredible opportunity to engage in cultural anthropology and I certainly can't get enough of the language learning process as a polyglot in the making.My personal website is currently under construction but I also maintain a micro-blog on facebook that enables me to share my insights and experiences with my ever-growing following. All in all, I am most proud to be known as a global citizen, a reference I accept with humility and honor. Blogging is rad! Many thanks (muchas gracias, feichang ganxie, grazie un millon, fala menogu) to KFTW for allowing me this platform to connect with the world and vice versa. St. Augustine said it best: “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page."

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Cryptic but Charming Places in Italia

A short distance by plane from my home away from home in Macedonia, Prali is a really small town comparable to a village located one hour north of Turin, the closest...


2015 Year in Review

2015 was a really rewarding year for me from start to finish. It began with me floating on cloud nine from receiving some of the best news of my life: an invitation to...


Kicking it in OC

“Good morning brother!… would you like to go with mom and me to Ocean City tomorrow?” asked my sister during a phone call one day in late August as I...


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Hodgepodge of Summer Festivals in The First State

Although Delaware is a small and unassuming state, summertime presents ample opportunity for visitors and residents alike to take part in the various music and cultural...


Hanging Out at the Travel & Adventure Show

For the first time ever, the national Travel & Adventure show came to Philadelphia the weekend of March 21-22, making its temporary home at the Pennsylvania...


Five Frabjous Activities to Try as a Foreigner in China

Now that China holds the preeminent title as the world’s largest economy [according to the official recent announcement by the IMF], it is likely to become an...


Bringing in the New Year at Asiatique

It's a large, beautiful night market situated on the ChaoPraya River in Bangkok. It has a giant white Ferris Wheel for [romantic] enjoyment. And it houses a cabaret...


2014 Travel Year in Review

Unbelievably, a brand new year is less than 24 hours away. I must say that 2014 has been a phenomenal year in every which way. As I reflect on the greatness of this past...


Getting to Know Chaitanya Shah & Lunchex, his Travel Brainchild

Recently I had the chance of befriending a fellow human of wanderlust in a Facebook travel group. Chaitanya Shah of Mumbai, India is the founder of a unique...


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Bridge at River Kwai

Touring the historic WW2 site in Thailand’s Wild West, Kanchanaburi. This bridge was known as Death Railway because many POWs died during its construction.


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