Playing With Food: Maido in Lima, Peru "At Sea, Life is Tastier"- Maido by Mitsuharu in Lima, Peru As you step into the square office-shaped restaurant space on the 2nd floor of Maido, here in Lima, Peru, you'll be greeted with a booming "Maido!" (meaning welcome in Japanese) from the Continue Reading About That Journey... The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Me, overlooking the Cloud Forrest at Dead Woman's Pass Last week, I returned to Lima from a 4-day Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu. It was an excursion my friend and I had been planning for over 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 A Stopover in Tasmania Cape Barren Island Flying 1,000ft over the NE corner of Tasmania and banking left towards Flinders Island in a 1978 4-seater Cessna, it occurred to me how little I had known about Tasmania just a week before. 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 Cold Water Swimming May Be the New Cure-All SF Bay Swimmer prepares to go into Aquatic Park; photo credit: SFchronical.com What if someone told you to go jump in the Hudson River or the San Francisco Bay? You’d probably reply with a few expletives and 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.