Taken in the crater on the eco-sustainable hostel I’m volunteering at (more details to come):
Month: March 2012
I have been traveling full-time since January 23rd, which puts me a little over 2 months on the road. I’ve had almost ALL amazing experiences. Rarely there is a day where I wish I back in my old life, working the same old job that held little value for me. It’s safe to say that
Queensland, northern Australia
This shot was just featured as Photo of the Day on WhyGo Travel. Check it out here: http://photos.whygo.com/2012/03/royal-botanic-gardens-sydney-australia.html
It’s a good sign when you end up having a Sunday afternoon that involves a leisurely stroll, a small nap under a tree, a slight breeze and a nearby street performer to coax you into ultimate relaxation mode. Enjoy this video I captured of Charlie Cox, a long-time street performer at Hancock Park in Los
Stupidly, I missed my flight to Portland this morning. I scolded myself for a few hours before giving up and heading back to the apartment in Chicago. Instead of staying mad at myself for the rest of the day, I decided to seize it! What better to cure a flight-missing than a nice Sunday Brunch
I’ve been waiting to visit Portland for a number of years now and I can finally say, without further ado, that tomorrow is the day my dreams come true! SO awesome! I will be Couchsurfing for about 4 days and in that time hope to discover at least a hair of what this city’s about.
Since January 23rd to March 9th, I took off and landed 11times on 8 different trips.
After much internal debating (Mainly of where to go, not whether or not I was going to go), I’ve officially embarked on my Round the World (RTW) trip. I’ve read Bootsnall’s articles about RTW trips, have followed many travel bloggers RTW trips and never thought this was possible for someone like me. I watched television