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Top 4 Hot Markets Where You Should Look for Vacant Land in Florida

At the southern tip of Florida, the land is dotted with the dripping trees and sawgrass prairies of the Everglades. This fertile landscape snakes up the west coast and stops at pristine beaches, creating climates and landscapes known as some of the most desirable in the United States. Combine this with beautiful weather and a […]

Everything You Need to Know About Rockland County

Rockland County sits in a unique location. It’s close to New York City but separated by the Hudson River. Railroad commuters must stop in Hoboken NJ before transferring to the city and drivers have to brave one of the NJ/NY crossings, which could explain why the suburbs of Rockland are not as popular as those in […]

Investing In Real Estate Is Investing In Your Future

Buying your first piece of real estate for the purpose of generating an income is a different process than buying your primary residence. First, you have to think about the housing and/or tourism market. You also have to consider with greater scrutiny your credit score and ability to come up with the initial funds needed […]

TRAVELING DESTINATIONS THAT ARE A MUST FOR YOUR BUCKET LIST

As anyone who loves travel stories knows, there are so many places to visit and each has a unique element that makes it special! There is the great wall of China; Italy and it’s many historical cities; and Singapore, with its world-famous street food and diversity. It doesn’t matter what type of traveler you are […]

Interview with Pedram Zohrevand: CEO of CES4

Pedram Zohrevand is the CEO of CES4, a prominent engineering consultant based in Los Angeles and Miami. Zohrevand has research interests in the advanced use of concrete products for large-scale projects. He has 20 years of experience in the engineering industry and is a 2012 graduate of Florida International University with a Ph.D. in the […]

Interview with Daniel Doyle Pleasantville: Entrepreneur and Photographer

There are few photographers out there like Daniel Doyle Pleasantville. He has gone the distance whenever it comes to making a living out of a photography business. He has recently been able to go full-time as a photographer here in Pleasantville. Dan Doyle Pleasantville has come to us today with information that can most certainly […]

The Zanskar Valley, Ladakh, India: Treking on the Frozen River

I saw the trail of trekkers ahead of me as they balanced themselves under the rock and between the remaining sheet of solid ice. It was February 2016, deep winter for a Ladakhi frozen river valley. But unfortunately, not all of the river was frozen that year. The mighty river in the deep arid extent […]

Interview with Jesse St Louis (AKA Infamous JSL)

Hello Jesse, can you tell us a bit about yourself? I‘m an actor, adventurer and nature lover with a passion for off the beaten path destinations.  Others have called me a thrill seeker or adrenaline junkie, but I simply prefer the term adventurer, because it doesn’t have as many negative connotations. What are your focus […]

Interview with Reservations.com: A New Way to Book

Hello Yatin, can you tell us a bit about yourself? I’ve spent over 20 years in the internet technology and e-commerce industries as an entrepreneur, designer, founder, investor, and operator. More recently, I’ve been focused on the travel and hospitality industry through Reservations.com, which I started with my co-founder Mahesh Chaddah in 2014. I am […]

The Sagrada Familia: A Lesson in Everyday Courage

On the way home from Barcelona, I read Teju Cole’s essay about trying to photograph the Swiss alps (Far Away From Here). He describes the way each photograph of something so familiar becomes a new doubt. In a place that every master has documented, an attempt to capture it anew risks boring, or betraying a […]