A day in the life of a traveler in Cartagena. Visiting places like this never grows old.
Otres Beacch is a wonderfully relaxing place to stay when you go to Cambodia.
Where did quarantines begin? Read this article to see how it got started and how it was named from the word quarantino, which means 40.
While visiting St Helena in the middle of the Atlantic, I got the chance to swim with Whale Sharks after trying to swim with them for 2 years and 20,000 nautical miles.
Going south through the Bahamas, we stopped at Farmer's Cay and waited out a 10 day storm.
On a day trip to Nosy Be, Madagascar, I realized that human trafficking and sex tourism were quite common.
Traveling through the Bahamas, we got stuck in the Andros Island Harbor. Made for an interesting day.
In 2010 I traveled to Haiti with a team of medical professionals. This article looks back at that adventure as well as explains why Haiti and I are connected.
An article I wrote about my post-travel depression as I attempt to get back in the groove of the daily grind.
I've been doing a bit of driving since my circumnavigation completion in Panama. Come see what I've been up to.
I have been skeptical about staying at hostels for years. This hostel stay changed everything.
My last passage to complete my circumnavigation was relaxing and enjoyable with 11 other people.
Pondering over my amazing trip to Medellin. It’s a really great place!
I flew from Cartagena to Medellin yesterday. What a difference a few hundred miles inland makes.
Morning thoughts in Cartagena.
Today I had a four hour layover in Curacao, so I decided to take advantage of it, grab a bus, and wander around downtown Willemstad or as they call it, Otrobanda. It's an old town and it has lots of beautiful streets and buildings, plus the bridges. It was a nice place to visit for … Continue reading Wandering Around Willemstad: Visiting Curaçao on a layover
One can get into a lot of stuff in a week in Cartagena! Colombia is a great place!
My first impressions of Cartagena, Colombia.
Come along on the passage from Bonaire to Cartagena, Colombia. A passage of wind and waves and dolphins!
I started traveling at four years old and it has made my life so much richer than it would have been otherwise. Read about how it has impacted me.