Recommended Link: Hack My Trip

I read a lot of other blogs and follow a lot on twitter as well. Most of these have a lot of information to sift through and quite frankly, I don’t always make the time to read through all of them. There are a few exceptions though. Another local Seattleite, Scott Mackenzie, has been running … Continue reading

Spain in Pictures

Spain in Pictures

Spain provided a lot of great photo ops! Here are a few of my favorite pictures I took from my September 2012 vacation to Barcelona, Toldeo, and Madrid.

Using TripAdvisor? Some Advice

Using TripAdvisor? Some Advice Rather than write another blog on tips about using TripAdvisor (or any review site for that matter), the New York Times did a nice overview in this week’s travel section.

Apologies for a Prolonged Absence

Apologies for a Prolonged Absence

It was not my intent when I started this blog last summer to go for any more than a few weeks without a post! I got off to such a great start! Then… Spain happened. Well, Spain itself was amazing. I had a great time there with my girlfriend. We explored the winding alleys of … Continue reading

Three Trips You Might Not Have Thought of

Three Trips You Might Not Have Thought of

I spend a lot of time thinking of the perfect trip. I seldom meet someone without an extensive list of destinations they hope and plan to visit. While most of these bucket lists include great places that generally anyone would love to visit, I often find myself looking at destinations that don’t make most people’s … Continue reading

A Buddy in Chongqing

A Buddy in Chongqing

A few years back I had the opportunity to travel to China for 2 weeks as part of my MBA program. I met a lot of interesting people, some of whom resided in China and others who traveled from Seattle with me. Out of all the people I met in my travels, one of the … Continue reading

Welcome

Welcome

Yes, this will not be my first attempt at trying to put my thoughts to “paper” but this time is a bit different from previous efforts.  Earlier blogs of mine were focused on specific trips I took, the local food scene, and perhaps the most personal one to date; a private journal used for therapeutic … Continue reading