travel

November 20, 2016

Ibiza, Spain is More Than What the Stereotypes Suggest

Geography is not a strong suit among my countrymen and women. Before moving to Costa Rica, some asked if it was an island. Though I may […]
November 10, 2016

4 Thoughts on Being an Immigrant in the Age of President Trump

Given the shocking results of Tuesday’s U.S. Presidential election, I wanted to chime in to share my brief experience of being an immigrant in Germany. It […]
November 6, 2016

20 Photos Showing off Both the Familiar and Different in London

Last March I did a week in England to get a taste of some Premier League football (or “soccer” for my fellow Yanks). You can read […]
November 2, 2016

Beating the Crowds with LivItaly Tours at the Vatican

I hate crowds and overtly touristy attractions. Eifel Tower? Meh. I’ll look at it if I’m passing by, but I’m not planing a day around it […]
October 26, 2016

Sailing to the Sea of Cortez with UnCruise Adventures

Originally published at Travel World International Magazine. I am not a cruise person. My association with cruises has always been negative. They usually make the news […]
October 20, 2016

A Traditional Jordanian Dinner with A Piece Of Jordan

There are a number of ways to experience a different culture, but few beat dining with a local family. I was in Petra in the midst […]