Logan’s Voyage

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Logan Horsford’s blog does come with accept or reject buttons (seriously). Click accept because it’s well worth the effort. Once there, you will find an unabashed, in-your-face, these are my experiences tale of his travels. As Logan responded to me at a certain point, “it’s unconventional but I think that could be part of the reason people read it”. I agree completely.

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  • #1CArolyn

    Even if I didn’t know the guy, I would still read this blog. I like sincere reports about traveling, not the touristy crap that’s on TV (No Reservations being my obvious exception). Yes, dear Logan, I’m equating you to Bourdain without the food obsession, more price reporting, and an equal amount of candor. :-)

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