11 Less-Seen Places and Attractions in New Mexico You May Want to Visit

Apart from the list of awesome museums to visit in New Mexico, there are few places and attractions you...

These Are The Top 14 Best Museums To Visit in New Mexico

I have traveled far and wide in New Mexico, visiting national monuments and parks and joining unusual celebrations. I...

Have You Visited These Attractions Tourists Flock To See in Southwestern South Dakota?

Being sparsely populated, the State of South Dakota is mostly covered by grasslands. And with the fertile flat plains...

11 Things To See And Do Around Las Cruces New Mexico

Unlike the much bigger Albuquerque city up north, Las Cruces New Mexico down south is less crowded. Also, when...

Tent Rocks National Monument And Its Plethora of Amazing Sceneries

Describing the Tent Rocks National Monument in Cochiti Pueblo New Mexico as beautiful, is an understatement. With rock formations...
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11 Less-Seen Places and Attractions in New Mexico You May Want to Visit
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These Are The Top 14 Best Museums To Visit in New Mexico
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Have You Visited These Attractions Tourists Flock To See in Southwestern South Dakota?
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11 Things To See And Do Around Las Cruces New Mexico
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Tent Rocks National Monument And Its Plethora of Amazing Sceneries

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Who Am I

Call me Eric.

Or Ek. I love to travel, visit museums, national parks, and places few people know. I share my travel stories and more on this blog. I metamorphose into an archaic-photo enthusiast in most times, which allows me to cherish forgotten sagas of life. Numbers and complex solutions fuel me. When lonely, I crave for invisibility. Know Me More

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Racial slur still pains me

It has been a while since the racial slur occurred. Yet the incident still continues to torment my days. There are times that I find myself staring blankly at the PC monitor and thinking about the racial discrimination I got because I ordered coffee mocha. Forgetting is not easy since…

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Politics

Ted Kennedy Jr.’s eulogy, so touching

I watched Sen. Ted Kennedy’s funeral service today live on CNN. Among all eulogies, it was Ted Kennedy Jr.’s eulogy that moved me. I’ve heard the best words that a son could say to a father! Ted Kennedy Jr. made me teary-eyed! I posted the videos below, in two parts….

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Reflections

Lady Barista: Racism via mocha and chai

I was stabbed right into the heart! When a racist strikes, it weakens you right at that moment of attack. You lose your guard and you think of right words to say. You don’t want to talk back in hopes that the racist will realize ‘her’ mistake, unring the bell…

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Academics

SDSU website makeover

The South Dakota State University (SDSU) website has undergone a huge makeover. From the previous scary pictures that welcomes you on its homepage to a newer, much feel-good design now. I really love the look of the new site with the nice blending of the colors gold and blue. The…

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Technology

Place in the blogosphere

With the existence of online technology, who isn’t into blogging? Many of those who are spending hours in the web are most likely maintaining online sites where they write anything they do, from protesting on the streets to commenting on the recent calamities to crying from heartbreak to sharing hobbies…

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Reflections, Religion

Is it enough not to do evil?

November formally lands boiling over with questions on faith in God. Since I had written a couple of religious stuff in the previous issues of this paper, I rummaged through one of the products of my early glorious moments at writing and thought of publishing a non-sequitur-like entry such as…

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