What and Where to Eat in Córdoba, Argentina Muy Güemes entrance sign
The place to be in Córdoba is the bohemian neighborhood of Güemes. Speckled with early 20th Century architecture, Güemes has primarily been occupied by ‘starving artists,’ intellectuals and outsiders. Known for being Continue Reading Remote Year Is Over, My Life Isn't PolarSteps: my stops on a world map According to my travel-tracker app, PolarSteps, in the past 13 months, I traveled 41,698 miles, through 21 countries. My homes consisted of 13 different apartments (one for each month), but Continue Reading Mexico City: Soaking in a City Through Exercise ECOBICI Rack Get out of your comfort zone and take in Mexico City via bike. Consistent bike lanes may be hard to come by and there's a good chance you'll experience potholes and broken macadam, but being able to bike Continue Reading Prague: A City of Cafes A Cafe culture has taken over beer-swilling Prague. While Czechs still drink more beer per capita than any other nation (on average, 143 liters per year for every citizen including infants and grandmothers), high octane caffeine is planting some serious roots. 5 Continue Reading Sydney: My first week in Australia A Trip to Sydney After traveling 53 hours to get to Sydney, Australia, you could say I took the scenic route. With an unexpected 12 hour layover in LA and a route that took me up over the the Arctic Circle Continue Reading Flying in Cockpits: New Zealand's Air Travel Boarding Sounds Air flight A few weeks ago at the Nelson airport, something strange happened… and by strange, I mean amazing. When checking in for my flight, I wasn’t asked for a ticket or even a piece 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,...