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Ride the Cog Railway up Mount Washington

“All aboard” the conductor enthusiastically welcomed the crowd out of the rain and into the shelter of the purple cog railway train car. We were very ready to board. After over an hour drive we has arrived just in time to miss our scheduled 1:30 train ride. Which left us attempting to catch the next one at 2:30. We had waited over […]

MURAL – Montreal’s Street Art Festival

It’s a little bit ironic that I’ve spent my entire life just a few hours from the Canadian boarder and yet up until a few months ago I’d never actually been. I mused to myself as I cruised with the windows down, music blaring. It was also ironic to be heading south even though my final destination was a northern one. I […]

Street Art of San Jose, Costa Rica

I’ll admit the feedback I got when I first asked around about San Jose wasn’t positive. Before arriving, I started to plan how I was going to get out of the city as fast as possible to get the most of other destinations in Costa Rica. But without renting a car I was going to be stuck in San Jose for one […]

Into the Garden – Joining the Seacoast Artist Association

For a traveler setting in roots can be challenging. While I’ve realized full time travel out of a backpack isn’t my thing I find settling down particularly difficult. New Hampshire was never where I would have thought I’d end up settling into a routine. But here I am, setting roots. Investing more time into my artwork and building up the local art […]

Beach Bullet Journal Ideas

After many requests I finally was able to put together Beach themed headers and icon ideas! I hope you all enjoy and as always let me know any suggestions for future header and icon videos.
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Madrigal – Fine Dining in Casco Viejo, Panama City

Iris Murdoch said it right when she said “one of the secrets of a happy life is continuous small treats.” Every trip I take, no matter how much I budget and penny pinch along the way, I try to splurge at least once. Whether it’s one event (like scuba diving trips) or a special treat for my taste buds. For Panama, food […]

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Natasha Stoppel is a traveling artist exploring the world one drawing at a time. After leaving her corporate job in 2014 she launched Artist Explores the World, this blog and Youtube channel designed to feature art and travel. Since then she has trail-blazed a creative path into bullet journaling, videography, jewelry making and pyrography. When not working on her new tiny home, she’s focused on turning her experiences into creative works and seeks to inspire others to explore their artistic soul and pursue creative journeys.

Previous Trip: Providence, RI

Currently in: New England

Next Trip: Savannah, GA

If you’re new here learn more at the about page. Or maybe click on the Destinations tab if you’re into adventures. If Bullet Journaling is more your style check out the latest Header and Icon posts or flip-throughs for some new ideas and tips. There’s also a sampling of the latest watercolor work, and tutorials if you’re starting to paint.

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ArtistExplorestheWorld@gmail.com

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