La Paz, Bolivia (day 22)

Mcurtin's Traveler Profile

I have traveled to 15 countries, posted 234 pictures and written 40 entries in 8 travel blogs
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Username
Mcurtin
Hometown
Villa Hills,
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Member Since
Jan 31, 2010
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About Mcurtin

Profession
Real Estate
Favourite music
A little bit of everything- I used to be really into indie and punk rock, now I moreso like country, classical, acoustic and Spanish pop.
Favourite movie
"The Wizard of Oz", "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Patriot"
Languages
English and Spanish
Favourite quote
"The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page"
Interests and hobbies
travel, spanish culture, history, reading, writing, snow-skiing, oil pastels, swimming, event planning
One thing I want to do before I die
Travel to every continent
Favourite book
"Gone With the Wind"
My friends describe me as
creative, organized, funny, and obsessed with traveling, reading, writing, and talking!
The most amazing moment in my life so far
There have been so many amazing moments it's hard to pinpoint one. The ones that immediately come to mind were all experienced while traveling though. I spent a summer living in Valencia, Spain and many of my most amazing memories come from my time there.

Recent Entries by Mcurtin

  • Lunch in the Ring - Jun 18, 2004

    "For lunch, we came to this tavern in the mountains. The food was not my style- and it was overpriced. Christina and I literally ate chocolate cake for lunch. I also bought a shamrock necklace and...

  • "We then returned 'home' to Killarney. Our chaperones gave us two hours of free time. Christina, Lauren and I decided it would be a fun idea to ride a local jaunting cart. That is the name for the...

  • The Ring of Kerry - Jun 18, 2004

    After the dog show, we departed for possibly the most beautiful stretch of land in the whole country: The Ring of Kerry. It is a circular route that showcases some pretty stunning landscape in the...

Travel Blogs by Mcurtin

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