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 Bears in Alaska: Advice from a Passing Stranger Turnagain Arm below, Windy Point trail ahead On a very narrow hiking trail overlooking Turnagain Arm, arguably the most scenic highway in the US (a stretch of road from Anchorage towards the Kenai Peninsula), I met a guy named Continue Reading That Great Ocean Road: Continued travels through the Land Down Under Bells Beach at sunset In the final scene from Point Break (Keanu Reaves’ 1991 blockbuster film about an undercover FBI agent tracking bank robber surfers), Patrick Swayze is released from handcuffs to surf a 50-year storm's monstrous 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 New Zealand Love Song The nighttime howl of a hound dog kept me awake last night. It pulled at my heart strings and sent my own dogs (Chewie and Rula, my house sitting mates this week) barking. It was also a keen reminder that Continue Reading What and Where to Eat in Córdoba, Argentina Muy Güemes entrance sign Artistic Locale 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
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.