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Travelogue: Myanmar

From the “World of the Travelogue” (a group of inspiring videos, made by personal friends, current and former contributors to #TheTravelogue), comes this awe-inspiring video from Myanmar made by Season One: San Francisco guest Chris Brosz.
Featuring gorgeous landscapes, bizarre food rituals, and friendly smiling faces, Chris explores this newly-opened-to-tourism Country with passion and curiousity. All of the qualities we love in a good “Traveloguer.”
There is a great big world outside of our four walls. Let’s get out there and see what we can discover.

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Travelogue Iceland: Part 3

From the world of “The Travelogue,” I graciously present to you another offering apart from my own travels. This time around, some wild American adventurers named John and Laura Frazier take us on their journey through Iceland in this THREE PART mini-series… Here’s Part Three! the ending has been described as very “Before Sunrise.” What do YOU think?

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Travelogue Iceland: Part 2

From the world of “The Travelogue,” I graciously present to you another offering apart from my own travels. This time around, some wild American adventurers named John and Laura Frazier take us on their journey through Iceland in this THREE PART mini-series… Here’s Part TWO! Check out that Hot Springs!

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Travelogue Iceland: Part 1


From the world of “The Travelogue,” I graciously present to you another offering apart from my own travels. This time around, some wild American adventurers named John and Laura Frazier take us on their journey through Iceland in this THREE PART mini-series…
It was put together in a very familiar style to my other Travelogue episodes… I wonder why?!

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Travelogue: Japan

In the True Spirit of making #thetravelogue ‘s concept a reality, my boy Chris Brosz (a guest Star on “Episode 003: San Francisco”) contributes this week’s episode, all the way from Japan.
I love that Chris’ editing style excels in areas which I do not: Fast paced, fun, and romantic, this Travelogue really makes me want to get across the Ocean and see what he sees first hand!

Keep exploring your world, whether it’s 2,500 miles from your home, or 2,500 inches! It’s all fun!