My introduction to living in Northern, CA has been accentuated with unprecedented wildfires, an earthquake, cold water swims, but above all, ceaseless beauty.
Just a few hours after my arrival into San Francisco, wildfires exploded across Napa and Continue Reading Native Alaskans and The Anchorage Museum Life in the Arctic
Adrenaline floods your body as you throw back the blankets of animal furs and climb into the cold air. It’s 3am. The sounds of drumbeats and men yelling ‘it’s time to hunt!’ seem to be coming from Continue Reading What and Where to Eat: An afternoon of food and drinks in Mexico City A Grasshopper Taco
It would be wrong to travel through Mexico City and not get your hands a little dirty. That means eating at markets and testing the street food. Mercado San Juan is a perfect example of Continue Reading
Posts from 1+ Years of Travel
50,000 miles, 23 countries, 5 continents... and almost 2 years later. I've left the corporate world (and the US) to experience life.
“Guadalupe is part of France,” our French driver mentioned offhandedly yesterday on our Sancerre wine tour. “Same politics, same benefits, it’s basically mainland France in the Caribbean.” Damn, I thought,...