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Leonidas K.

I created this survey to find out what you've been up to. When the big bucks started to roll in from affiliate Pay Per Call advertising, my mind was totally…

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Paris, France – 4 Days, 40 km of Walking & Exploring

3 years ago, I went to Paris with a Bus full of 50 Young Party-centric tourists, on a mad-dash through Europe, to see 14 cities, in only 30 days!! This…

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Exploring Chernobyl & A Secret Nuclear Bunker in Downtown Kyiv

If you haven't already seen the series titled "Chernobyl" on HBO, then go ahead and watch it. It will clear up a bit of the mystery of this place, and…

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Exploring Kyiv, Ukraine For The Second Time

Back in 2016, I was doing a massive cross-euro tour (about 20 countries), and Ukraine was on my list of places to visit. I stayed in Kyiv at that time…

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Adventures in Mexico City Part 2

After living in Monterrey, Mexico for 4 months, I came back to Toronto for just 3 weeks to do a quick recharge, and take care of some business stuff. I…

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Help With A Google Ads Suspension & My History of Google Ads Suspensions

The first suspension was back in 2012 when I first started running ads on Google. At the time, I was completely broke after losing all of my money on the…

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Monterrey, Mexico & Getting Robbed By Airport Security

After a brief lay-over in Mexico City, I arrived in the Colima Airport, and took a 30 minute taxi to my hotel in the center of Colima. I open up…

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Google Ads Call Extension Changes For 2019 & How To Overcome Them

Google Ads is making major verification changes to the Call Extensions for 2019. This seems to be a major issue on the minds of many marketers at the moment, with…

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2019: Google Ads Tutorial – Pay Per Call Marketing For Beginners Course

Google decided to rename its service from Google Adwords, to something that is probably beginner friendly, "Google Ads". Furthermore, for most marketers, this also cemented the use of the new…

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The White City of Merida, The Yellow City of Izamal, Ancient Pyramids of Chichen Itza, and Crystal-Blue Underground Lakes

While the Yucatan has an abundance of Mayan ruins, and enough cenotes to visit for an entire life time, at this point, I wanted to start concluding my adventures in…

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Beautiful Nature, Pure Indigenous Peoples, and Old Spanish Towns in Chiapas Mexico

Most Mexicans say the state is 'So beautiful, you NEED to visit' or sometimes as a question 'Have you been to Chiapas?'... so visiting here was a must! This adventure…

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The Magical Colonial Mexican Cities of Morelia, Pátzcuaro, and the Island Town of Janitzio

The 1600's saw the construction of most of the religious, residential, and palatial structures along with the aquaduct in Valladolid. By 1809, the city was home to about 20,000 residents,…

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The Ancient Mountain Civilization of Monte Albán To The Colourful City of Oaxaca

Shortly after the fall of Tenochtitlan in 1521 (Pre-Mexico City), the emperor of the Aztecs, 'Moctezuma II' told Cortez the Spanish Conquistador that there was gold in Oaxaca. Several Spanish…

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Gigantic Pyramids of Teotihuacan, French Invasion of Puebla, Journey to the Toluca Volcano

All 3 of these spots; Puebla, Nevada De Toluca, and Teotihuacan, were visited on separate occasions. The reason I grouped them, was because they are located within an 2-3 hours…

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Living One Month In Mexico City Photos

The Aztecs or Mexica ('Meh-shee-kak') originally founded the city of 'Tenochtitlan' in about 1325, and by 1430, it became the center of the Aztec Empire. At its peak, about 200,000…

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Guanajuato Is The Coolest and My Most Favorite City In Mexico

This could be the 'fresh car smell' effect that ultimately wears off, but Guanajuato simply has this charm that really makes it a cool city to venture around, and potentially…

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Epic Mexico Road Trip: Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosi, San Miguel De Allende & Leon

After venturing in mexico's second largest city: Guadalajara, I returned back to my accommodations in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico to continue working. After a few more weeks of working, and enjoying…

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Guadalajara, Mexico’s Second Biggest City (150+ Photos)

Originally, settled in 1532, the site of Guadalajara was relocated 5 times due to several major issues such as a lack of water, a dry and inhospitable land, hostile indigenous…

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The Taj Mahal Was OK, But The Agra Fort in Agra, India Is Amazing!

While the Taj Mahal is one of the most iconic locations in the world to take a selfie in, I have to admit that the Agra Fort was a much…

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Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, Canada

This is a major tourist destination in North Vancouver, that has a 140 meter long (460 feet) suspension bridge that is 76 meters (230 feet) above the Capilano river. The…