Staying overnight in a guest house near Plitvice, we have bus tickets in the morning headed towards the cost. The only problem is, when we go to check out and ask if they can call us a cab, the whole family is out. By the stroke of some divine intervention, an angelic Portuguese couple emerges, … More The Coast of Split: Seafood & Venetian Architecture
Dear Readers, I am very excited to announce that my next big trip will be in April to Peru, Argentina, and Patagonia! Below is a brief outline of where I’ll be headed with my beautiful girlfriend Thyme. I can’t wait to be in awe at the Inkan sites of Cusco, the food scene of Lima, … More Next Stops: Peru, Argentina, Patagonia!
Hey everybody, my writing about my experiences at an elephant sanctuary in Thailand is being featured on the blog for the clothing company Havaiii. Please enjoy here: https://havaiii.com/blogs/culture/primal-encounters
For those who have read my previous posts about San Francisco, you know that I am no stranger to the Bay Area. My dad and aunt lived here for most of my childhood, and since they moved to Colorado, a steady stream of friends have trickled into the City, continuing my reluctant love affair with … More 10 Off-the-beaten-path Activities in San Francisco
We’re leaving Madras, Oregon, where we watched the total solar eclipse, and the traffic is unruly. I’m traveling with my girlfriend Thyme and one of my best friends and chef, Dave. The three of us drive for around 7 hours through eastern Oregon, a drive that would normally take less than three. Arriving in Portland … More 36 Hours Exploring Portland and the Columbia River Gorge
We wake up bright and early to leave Portland for Olympic National Park in Washington, but on the way we stop at Coava, where a friend works, for some great coffee. I order the honey latte, which has a delicious honey that is thinned out with water so it isn’t too rugged. I drink the … More A Long, Perfect Day in Olympic National Park
We wake bright and early to the sounds of roosters crowing, dogs barking, and pigs oinking in the distance. We had camped overnight after driving to a farm in the middle of nowhere–Madras, Oregon–in the path of totality for the morning’s eclipse. Millions of people have traveled for this once-in-a-lifetime event. I make an aeropress … More The Transient Light & Collective Catharsis of the Solar Eclipse