Sometimes we learn valuable lessons when we least expect them. This is a short story of things I learned while traveling in Ulula del Río.
Wanders in Japan
If you're looking for places to visit in Japan that aren't Tokyo or Kyoto, then here is my comprehensive guide of some interesting destinations to explore 🙂
Naked in China
One afternoon Jack and I found ourselves in Beijing, China. Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China and was founded in 1045 BC. With an urban population of about 21 million, we were leaving one gigantic city (Hong Kong) and replacing it with another. As our plane from Hong Kong taxied on... Continue Reading →
Playing Fair in Cambodia
Once upon a time in Cambodia...
Letters from Bangkok
Today is Sunday, at least in Jack’s and my part of the world. At this hour, our friends and families in California are most likely getting ready for bed. However, in Bangkok, Thailand the sun is shining and shortly it’ll be lunchtime. It’s hard to imagine that our trip to Asia started exactly a week... Continue Reading →
Thirty Hours in Bonn, Germany
On Sunday my good friend Lieven and I found ourselves in Bonn, Germany. This wasn't by some random coincidence. I had been catching up with Lieven and his family in Ghent, Belgium and we decided to pay another close friend a visit. Lucia, a former roommate in Murcia, had recently moved to Bonn and invited... Continue Reading →
When in Bend
A couple Saturday’s ago started like any other. A blaring alarm sent my eyes sputtering open, a handful of extra minutes were lost while I lingered in bed, and a pot of water started to boil in anticipation for my habitual coffee. On most mornings there isn't a sense of urgency, however this particular Saturday... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago I started getting my normal itch to write something in this blog. It took about three weeks to finally sit down and actually start putting something on a digital canvas. For the past year my posts have been following this trend. Perhaps it's because I've hit a point in my... Continue Reading →