I recently traveled to Texas and obviously flew, you know like being in a plane. I absolutely love traveling and in my seasoned 17 years of flying experience I've learned a few tricks that make flying much more enjoyable.
I’m sure a lot of you didn’t think I was going to ever leave St. Louis. Hell, I didn’t think I was going to leave St. Louis. Car problem after random thoughts of fear and doubt later, I fucking made it.
I took a risk and it ended up being the best decision of my life.
The life and times of buying my first boat (home) in Hawaii.
India is a beautiful country that's filled with a rich culture, delicious food, and some of the most breathtaking sights in the world. Home to the Taj Mahal, Bollywood, and a wide range of incredible landscapes, it's easy to see why so many people want to visit this sunny country.
To just about anyone who reads this, I imagine that when you hear 'foreign' when referring to a place, you may think of picturesque countries with beautiful sunsets. For me, it all happened backwards in that sense.
Exactly seven years ago, I ventured into the unknown, packed my things (strictly the essentials) and seized the most transformative chapter of my life that was about to unfold on foreign soil.
My friend and I spent seven nights in Iceland last month, and all of those seven nights were spent at Loft Hostel in Reykjavik. We initially picked this hostel because it had stellar reviews, and was named one of the best hostels in Iceland. So, let me break down my thoughts.
The Dominican Republic is an island blessed with beauty style, humility, and a very resourceful population; a population that really knows how to make the most of what they have.
I believe everybody has the desire to run away. Something is set deep inside each one of us, something which desires to leave formalities and the red tape surrounding our everyday lives in exchange for an adventure.