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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.
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,...
Click here to view a video of a butterfly swarm Many of us have heard of the Monarch Butterfly migration from Canada down to Mexico every year at the end...
Before I arrived in Mexico City, my premeditated fears revolved around pollution and crime.  My vision included a heavy dark cloud settling over shanty towns that stretch to the horizon,...
I’ve lived in Mexico City for over 2 weeks now and it’s difficult to pick my top favorite things for a 2-day period, but I’ll give it a shot.  Imagine...
What you need: Running Shoes Smart Phone with headphones Yoga Matt or Towel As a recovering New Yorker, I’m used to living across the street from my gym and being...
A friend of mine coined the phrase “You’ve been Spain’d” to refer to poor service here in Spain.  This country, like Portugal, has come a long way in customer service...
When you hear the word ‘graffiti’, you may think spray-paint, vandalism and cryptic territorial signatures.  Street Art, though a subcategory of graffiti, instead invokes artistic images in public spaces that spark discussions.  Graffiti...