Europe

April 21, 2016

Dublin Blends History and Modernity to Inspire Travelers

Originally published at Global Traveler. Ireland’s capital city brings to mind two distinct images. One is a literary paradise where the likes of Oscar Wilde, Samuel […]
April 6, 2016

Why You Need To See England’s Premier League In-Person

England’s Premier League is arguably the world’s most popular sports league. Yet soccer has only recently become cool in the United States. It was very much […]
March 23, 2016

How to Respond to the Terrorist Attacks in Brussels and Turkey

How should you respond to the attacks in Brussels and Ankara? For one, if you can, travel to Brussels and Ankara. Share this story:
March 17, 2016

TRAVELING FOR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE FOOTBALL AND WHEREFOR

Traveling for English football is being tapped for its tourism potential. That’s why I recently traveled to the United Kingdom with Visit Britain to attend a […]
March 16, 2016

Dublin is a Literary City Anchored by James Joyce

Originally published in Global Traveler. Though Irish independence is still less than a century old, Ireland was distinct from England in its culture. Most prominently, the […]
February 8, 2016

Meanwhile In Switzerland: Traveling Helvetia

Note: I very much enjoyed writing my first travelogue, Talking Tico, on living abroad in Central America. That book is currently in the editing process to find out […]