Leffel projects Archive

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Holiday Visit to Chernobyl, 7 a.m. Baseball in Cambodia, & Biking Through Bountiful Oregon

It’s time for the March 2015 issue of Perceptive Travel, home to great narrative travel stories from book authors on the move. This month we have a story about a place that’s not at the top of most editors’ coverage list right now: Ukraine. You probably will start seeing stories about it

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Some Inside Info on Guanajuato, Mexico

I’ve been living in Guanajuato for more than two and a half years now total, during two different periods. I don’t write about the place all that much on this blog, however. First of all I don’t want to make it too Mexico-heavy since my books cover the globe. Also I don’t

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Let’s Go Waterfall Jumping!

Is waterfall jumping a real thing? Apparently so. Enough for Outside magazine’s website to let me write a trend piece about it. I’ve long been a fan of Outside and actually pay for a subscription. As the print world business model has continued to decline and the online publishing world is increasingly

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Cut Your Living Expenses in Half for $20

One Andrew Jackson could be all it takes to get you on the path of living well for half what you’re spending now. The paperback version of A Better Life for Half the Price is out now at Amazon. The list price is $21.95, but you can get it on the U.S.

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Underground rock in Malaysia, Enduring Burmese Tea, & a Cowboy at the End of the World

It’s time for the February 2015 issue of Perceptive Travel, home to great travel stories from book authors on the move. It’s not easy being a punk in Malaysia. Or a rocker. Or a punk rocker especially. Marco Ferrarese goes in search of a well-hidden Penang club to interview the man who