There are so many different reasons as to why over 150,000 people attend the Grand National each year.
The oil refinery I saw on the way to my apartment rental in Curacao became a harbinger of things to come. The Caribbean conjures up images of white sand beaches, palm trees, coral reefs, and tropical drinks. This summer I planned to travel much of the Caribbean (spoiler alert: I didn’t) and at the top … Continue reading I Didn’t Like Curacao (But I Didn’t Hate it Either)
What makes a good hostel? How do you avoid the bad ones? After staying in hundreds of hostels since I first started traveling the world, I’ve become quite adept at figuring out very quickly if the hostel owners know what they are doing or just randomly woke up one day and said “Let’s open a … Continue reading 6 Ways to Avoid Staying in a Bad Hostel
Today is the day. Today I’m flying to Paris — but this time, it’s not to lounge by the Seine while drinking wine (O.K., there will be some of that), this time it’s to lead my first tour for ten readers and make them even more passionate for travel. Back in May, I announced that … Continue reading And Then, It Was Time to Lead My First Tour…
When I decided to move to New York City, I had this vision of what would happen: I would move to NYC, settle down into my own amazing apartment, decorate it with lots of cool stuff, join a gym, take cooking classes, and, in between all that, take numerous trips to JFK airport and jet … Continue reading Home: The Death of a Nomad