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What is “Exploratorius,” anyways?

After realizing that keeping a blog for my study abroad experience in 2009 appealed to me, I realized I had to pick a name that would be a good fit, and would imply the correct meanings to my readers. “Exploratorius” struck me as a good choice, because it is Latin for “an explorer,” and it also struck me that it would allow me to expand my blogging to cover my other experiences in traveling around the world. It implicitly implies a sense of wanderlust, which I definitely possess, and that implication is strengthened through the use of “A Jaunt Around the World” as the subtitle for each specific blog.

Go back to the main page and click the “More Exploratorius” button at the top to see links to some of the other blogs I have done.

What is this “Jaunt into Cleveland” referring to?

Having started this blog series with my time spent abroad in Israel/Palestine, I thought it might be best to continue this series of associated blogs to my time back home in Northeast Ohio starting in the fall of 2014, as I settle and relax a bit after finishing my Master of Divinity at Yale, and seek relatively temporary salaried employment and work to pay down all educational loans within 3 years.  Also, this blog is needed to catalog my interminable wellspring of projects!

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A Jaunt Around the World – Cleveland by Michael A. Repas is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

Please do abide by this copyright information; you are more than welcome to copy portions of what you find here, as long as you give me proper credit and do so without making a profit. I would also appreciate it if you would email me when you’re planning on using one of my photos: mike (dot) repas (at) gmail (dot) com

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