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Diego Maloney

Diego Maloney has traveled to 33 countries in his short 24 years. He has lived in 4 countries on three continents (Chile, Jamaica, Spain and the United States). He has the heart of an adventurer having run with the bulls in Pamplona, sandboarded in the Sahara Desert, hiked Machu Picchu and scuba dived with sharks in the Caribbean. He loves football (soccer) and geopolitics and hopes to make a career out of these passions in the form of global security for events like the FIFA World Cup. He currently is working on his Master's Degree at Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC.

8 Instagram-Worthy Restaurants in Tokyo

Traditional Japanese foods are not what you would expect. It is a mix of healthy, simple, and delicious dishes. Rice is often served with many different toppings such as egg, fish, shrimp tempura, or beef curry. There is also okonomiyaki which is a savory pancake made from flour and eggs that can have other ingredients …

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Summer Activities to do in Whitefish, Montana

The brutal Montana winter is nearing its end which means its time you start looking at places to visit during the short summer season. Whitefish, Montana is the perfect place to visit given that it is a bustling town smack dab in the middle of vast stretches of untouched wilderness on all sides. To get …

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The Ultimate Guide to Horseshoe Bend

Overshadowed by its geological neighbors, Horseshoe Bend does not receive the attention it deserves as a nature lover’s dream. Less than two hours away is the magnificent Grand Canyon while just 15 minutes away is the world’s most famous slot canyon, Antelope Canyon. If you are in the area, don’t stop your visit to Arizona …

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Morocco Desert Tours: Sand Boarding in the Sahara

An area that is 16 percent larger than the contiguous United States, the Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert on planet earth. The Arabic word “Sahara” literally translates to “the Great Desert” and it truly is as it stretches over 3.5 million square miles (9.2 million sq km) across northern Africa. The desert region …

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