I experience travel and cannabis together. 

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The last year of research has been filled with amazing adventures from Kingston, Jamaica to the ski slopes of Utah. And it included my first trip to the east coast.

Without the ability to meet my followers, my travels would be a lot less exciting. I hope you all keep reaching out to meet  when I am nearby. I would love to hang out with each and every one of you in my journeys across the world.

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Stay tuned for a possible coffee table book on the Cannabis culture of the United States through the Travel and Cannabis lens!

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Until then, I will continue to share all of the best (and sometimes not the best) places to go and things to do in cannabis friendly (or tolerant) places. My unique cannabis friendliness hotel and bed and breakfast reviews are informative and fun. Check one of them out here! I also review private and public cannabis tours, restaurants and cannabis-centric events.

I also try to use my blogs to educate those who are not “pot savvy.” So, if you have any questions, please ask away. “Wisdom is not a product of schooling, but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” ~Albert Einstein

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I hope I will get to know my followers better through this blog as well as social media. I encourage all of you to experience the culture of cannabis and to learn as much as you can about marijuana and its wonderful benefits!

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11 thoughts on “About Travel and Cannabis

  1. If you ever come to Louisiana again Baton Rouge or New Orleans let me know itd be a pleasure to meet you man what your doing with life sounds awesome I’d love to hear about traveling and the cannabis

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  2. The California Cannabis Cups are the best, though Denver’s is great as well. All are better than the Amsterdam one, though I haven’t been to Michigan’s. Next year, skip Jamaica. In November, the cannabis industry converges on Las Vegas for the MJBizDaily conference. Here’s a listing of the best cannabis events to attend: http://marijuanastocks.com/10-cannabis-conventions-where-business-happens-2/

    If you come out to any, hit me up. I’ll smoke a bowl and grab a bite to eat with you.

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  3. Yesterdaʏ, while I was at work, my sister stole my iρhone and teѕted
    to see if it can survive a twᥱnty five foot drop,
    just so she can be a youtube sensatіon. My iPad is now broken аnd she
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  4. Any kind of legal framework that regulates production, supply and consumption is worth voting for. The precise rules can be changed or relaxed once it has been passed but I think the first possible chance at a legal framework should not be missed in any state or country. The ‘Like Alcohol’ tag just helps the public get their heads round the complex issues involved but obviously cannabis and alcohol are 2 different substances and not usually equivalent.

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    1. I agree, placing regulations on cannabis is a great thing. Changing the laws in the future is fine as well. I believe legalization is still in its infancy and we have a shit load of room to grow in any direction we choose. Thanks for your comment!

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