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January 21, 2015

The Old Port: Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

Originally published at The Tico Times. They say Puerto Viejo is a party town. Surfers lazily flip flop around the old port toward the infamous waves […]
January 5, 2015

Why San José’s epic traffic jams are also an opportunity

Josefinos and the rest of the Central Valley’s commuters lament the morning and evening standstill traffic in San José. Cars are suddenly turned into turtles, inching […]
January 4, 2015

Around Yonge: 20 Hours Traveling Around Toronto

The Rocket Bus outside Pearson International saved Melanie and I from the sting of a Canadian winter in full force. From there, we were sent underground for […]
December 17, 2014

8 Things That Made Clevelanders Proud In 2014

2014 HAS BEEN A YEAR where Cleveland saw pockets of progress in a historically overlooked and crapped upon region. It was a year of cycling, LeBron […]
December 15, 2014

The Best Holiday Route In Cleveland

  Everyone has seen the splendor that is Cleveland at Christmas time. Unless of course you’re the only person who has somehow missed TNT’s annual 24-hour […]
December 12, 2014

“They Tried To Bury Us. They Didn’t Know We Were Seeds.”

Not exactly a travel story here. Like, at all. But it is perhaps much more worthy of sharing here than any of my previous ramblings. Last […]