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Daniel Noll

Travel & life evangelist. Speaker, storyteller, consultant. Connecting people to life-changing experiences. Abroad since '01.
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San Sebastián, Parte Vieja (old quarter). Basilica de Santa Maria del Coro. If you visit, you'll find a lived-in sort of feel, the kind of place that's pleasant to visit and probably even more pleasant to call home. Of course, you must eat yourself silly of pinxtos (tapas) and drink plenty of Txakoli (local sparkling wine), Rioja (red) or cider.
pigjiejie : 💯💯 @Thealmondeyes_��.
velvetescape : Foodie heaven! ❤️ San Seb!
reviveyoursanity : You should visit us in the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica!
maralvarolian : Super nice!
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Day 1, Camino de Santiago del Norte. We took the so-called "alpinist" route in the hills outside of Guadelupe. A good challenge for 16 miles, included conversations in broken and blended French and Spanish with locals taking day hikes and doing trail runs. A good workout to pay off with pinxtos (Basque tapas) in San Sebastián.
uncornered_market : Thanks, @jason.coon that's the plan. Making our way to Zarautz tomorrow. Thanks for the Orio food suggestion. Perfect since that's likely where we'll stop for lunch.
jason.coon : Did you walk through San Pedro pasaia to donostia? That walk is beautiful as well. How far are you going on the Camino?
touringmedellin : looks cool
namritha_s : wow
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The streets of old town St. Jean de Luz, Basque France. At the local Marche les Halles, we met Monsieur Pétian, a vendor who had walked the Camino de Santiago 7 times and is now the man with the stamp, our first in our Peregrino passports. That and blue skies seemed an auspicious send-off as we headed south over the border to Spain. #lonelypilgrim
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uncornered_market : Gracias, @breezyskies, @talesofapilgrim @mr._kgarcia @pdxtarheel
uncornered_market : Thanks, @sitdowndisco. Now understanding the appeal firsthand.
abrapappa : We are starting the Camino Frances 2 months from today, can't wait! Looking forward to following along on your journey. Buen Camino!
touringmedellin : nice
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The harbor at St. Jean de Luz, France. A fishing village at heart. Not even trying to be colorful here, just is. Another hop over the border to Spain and we begin walking the Camino de Santiago in earnest.
camillacat : @philipgorrivan @lrossi23
roamingaroundtheworld : Nice!
seminarad : Beautiful place! Pretty tony though... Doubt the fisherman can afford to live there.
uncornered_market : @seminarad True that, can be a bit spendy. That's why the Spain side of the Basque region is flush with French tourists.
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The Lonely Pilgrim. On the streets of old town Bordeaux after the break of the storm. Making our way down the southwest coast of France to Irun, Spain, the setting off point for the Norte Camino de Santiago.
susansings426 : I leave from Ponferrada on June 3rd! Buen Camino, peregrinos!
susansings426 : Thanks @justinedj
uncornered_market : @emilytelling I hear that. Europe and UK can be expensive, depending on where you land. Worth looking at Se Asia, Mexico and other destinations. Gives you a chance to explore, too.
emilytelling : Yes definitely! If you want to make the cash last it's best to situate yourself in affordable places. Lots on the cards for the next few years. Best of luck with your travels and I'll stay tuned! @uncornered_market
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Bondi Beach -- Sydney, Australia. That's true blue, by the way. Check out our thoughts on visiting Australia in a limited amount of time in "Australia in Two Weeks: An Experiential Guide" -- up on the blog (link in profile).
helgabakirova : Amazing
petermattb : Biondi beach? @heathbiondi
monika_typelove : @mikewanmadeit I miss the Aussies
visit_sanya : WOW nice beach! It must be a good place for surfing! How do you think coming to Sanya China for a refreshing trip? Check our page to explore the beauty of the southern China!
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! This is a shot from one of my all-time favorite places, the island of Skellig Michael off the western coast of Ireland and County Kerry. The island is known for consistently poor weather. The day we visited, the seas were almost eerily placid and the sky cloudless. Stone walls and stairs and beehive monastic cells hint at the 6th-8th century beginnings and original settlement of the island, whose ownership is now shared by the Office of Public Works and an organization known as the Commissioners of Irish Lights. Factoid: it also served as one of the filming locations for the final scene in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
jackson_french : Hi, I went to Ireland in the summer of 2015. Me and my family went to Skellig Michael too! I posted a picture on my profile of a photo I took while there. And I was just amazed when I clicked the location and saw how similar our photos are!
uncornered_market : @jackson_french great minds! Glad you had excellent weather. It's rare I the island, I've heard.
23redlights : @summeroceanswim check his page out. Super cool
summeroceanswim : Thank you I will! @23redlights
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“Investing in Women: A Traveler's Perspective" is up on the blog (link in profile). The article is my $0.02 on the meaning and imperative behind and beyond International Women’s Day. The image is one I took of a mother and daughter outside of Lalibela, Ethiopia. Mom takes a break from helping the entire village prepare for a 500-person wedding the following day. It's one of the lead images from Planet Her, a photo exhibit we are co-hosting this week in Berlin. Background on the exhibit is in the blog post and my previous IG post.
vikas_panghal : Beautiful!
bronkey_products : Simply amazing!
flashandfrugal : Woww
piratekiller1985 : Just a beautiful shot!
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Happy International Women’s Day! This is one of our photos that will be featured in the Planet Her photo exhibition that we (Uncornered Market) are co-hosting along with @gadventures and @lonelyplanet all this week in Berlin (March 8-13). In addition to showcasing photographs and vignettes of women drawn from our work and travels from Ethiopia to Tajikistan, Planet Her is intended to spur conversation regarding the potential of the tourism industry to create opportunities for local women that can aid access to education and financial independence. I took “Political Rally” in Tupiza, Bolivia during a gathering in support of Evo Morales prior to a coming presidential election. I was struck by this woman — her energy, spirit, and expression. We had the fortunate timing to stumble upon the rally the day after we returned from our visit to the nearby high desert and salt flats of Salar de Uyuni.
evelynhannon : Then you will be very interested in our virtual photo gallery of 'women living their lives' around the world. All entries from bloggers/photos worldwide.
theblondecherie : ❤️❤️❤️
uncornered_market : @austin_lockard belated thank you 🙏
projectlatitude : Amazing photo!
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Cape Raoul track, Tasman Peninsula. Photo just as it was snapped along our 15km return hike. Not pictured: Freshly shucked oysters and Pinot Gris at Bangor Wine and Oyster Shed to close out the afternoon. This is Tassie at its best. Tasmania, Australia.
maddogmaddox : Amazing. I'm really enjoying your trip in Australia. We age going to visit our daughter who is at UTAS in Hobart. Can't wait!!
uncornered_market : It was, indeed @foodieflashpacker
uncornered_market : @maddogmaddox Have a great time. The area we mention is not far from Hobart. Plenty to eat and do in town, also lots of wine, oyster and cheese tasting nearby.
uncornered_market : @legalnomads I needz oyster emoji. You were there in spirit at all our oyster feeds, btw.
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