My Favorite Places for Quiet, Cozy, and Absolutely Disconnected Getaways

I had the idea to write this blog post after my friend asked me for help deciding his next vacation. He wanted to go to a quiet place where he could be disconnected from the internet, where he could be alone and away from people, and where he could read all day undisturbed. I gave …

Running: A New Route in Kreuzberg

Running is one of my favorite ways to see a new city. When I arrived in Berlin the weather was nearing 100 degrees, and I held off on running for several days. I was disappointed that the weather was keeping me inside, and after a week I could no longer wait and ran 5K in …

Moving to Berlin

Moving to Berlin was in many ways a last minute decision, but at the same time, I moved to a place that I was familiar with. This was very different from moving to Austin, a place I had never visited prior. I didn’t have to leave Austin. If I wasn’t so convinced that there existed …

You Can Live in Bali for $100 a Month

Bali is a big island. There are a lot of things to do, and a lot of interesting places to see. Kuta Beach is the most popular destination, but it is also the most expensive. If you leave Kuta, the cost of living anywhere else on the island will be much lower. Only 15 minutes …

My Passport (2008-2018)

With my upcoming trip to Tanzania at the end of June, I needed to renew my passport. I consider my passport as a souvenir, not just a travel document. Whenever I tell people about all the places I’ve traveled to, they want to see the stamps that I collected along the way. So I decided …

The Case For Working Remotely

Yesterday, I attended a seminar hosted by Gerry Robert, author of Millionaire Mindset, about writing a business book and using it to break into public speaking, grow company sales, and become an expert in your field. While I was listening to Gerry, I had several ideas for my own business book. A book about working remotely, …

Moto Adventures Around The World

I finally got a real motorcycle after more than 3 years of not having one   I moved to Austin last week. The first order of business was finding a new mode of transportation. Public transportation just doesn’t cut it in Austin. What would be a 12-minute ride in a car is over an hour …

The Texas State Capitol in Downtown Austin
Austin: How To Move On A Whim

Earlier this week, I stepped foot in Austin, Texas for the first time. This was also my first time visiting the state. I’ve lived in New York City for most of my life. I’ve never seen the American South, but I’ve always found the State of Texas intriguing.  Before last week, I lived in Bogota, …

Finally, I Will Make It To Mexico City

I managed to book another flight to Mexico City for this coming Thursday after my November flight from Bogotá was cancelled. I was in Guatapé, coming down the 740 wide steps of la Piedra del Peñol early in the morning, ready to catch my noon flight back to Bogota where I had a short layover …

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