It seems a lot of people have Amsterdam on their itinerary bucket list. And with good reason. I assume it’s because of their relaxed laws on cannabis and prostitution. Or in other words, coffee shops and the Red Light District. But if you really want to experience what this unique town has to offer, you… More Walking Amsterdam
For the last few years there’s been talk about going on a fishing charter out on the great lakes. Mostly by my dad. So I finally decided to book a trip to go catch some lunkers in Lake Huron!
Free gym memberships, free coffee, free shuttle service to and from the airport, and sometimes even free breakfast. Sounds like the ideal hotel to stay at right? What about when it’s in a decent location with restaurants nearby, even better? Sure. But what about the other times when the only way to get to somewhere… More Dark Tales of a Bright City
As I’m getting ready for the day in my hotel room in Incheon, South Korea, I can’t help but think what would Anthony Bourdain do? As I settle into that thought, I wonder what Koreans like to eat. After walking down to some local restaurants, and guessing what to order. Literally guessing because the menus are… More Korea’s Konfusion
Packing my bags and temporarily leaving everything behind wasn’t the easiest decision I’ve made. It wasn’t because I didn’t want to do it. It was because I was quitting my job (more like a sabbatical I suppose) and traveling to foreign countries that I really didn’t know
The world is a book. You can either read it, or you can write one of your own. That was actually too black and white of a statement, because honestly, I love to do both! Now of course were all writing our own story in some aspect. From the moment we’re born, our story begins.… More The Beginning