11 Surprising things about South Africa

It may go without saying, but, I will point it out anyway:  Living in another country is VERY different from visiting.   I have been living in Cape Town, South Africa, on and off, for almost a year now and I still experience culture shock almost everyday.  The difference is, now it is every day … Continue reading 11 Surprising things about South Africa

5 Spiritual Destinations that will Change Your Life 

Whether you’re going on a pilgrimage to deepen your faith or you’re curious about other religions and cultures, visiting sacred places can really open your heart and mind. These places have a distinctive energy, a certain veil of mystery, and you can feel the way centuries have accumulated around them, shaping history as we know … Continue reading 5 Spiritual Destinations that will Change Your Life 

Four Days in Singapore, March ’17

It's funny how life works, isn't it?  One minute, you're going here, or there, and then wondering if you made the right call. During some points of my travels I've suffered from "The grass looks greener over there" syndrome.  There have been times I've arrived in a new place only to be called to another … Continue reading Four Days in Singapore, March ’17

Guest Post: 5 Unconventional Things to do in Australia

Whether you’re a local or someone just visiting Australia, conventional trips can sometimes become boring. It’s not all about the museums, zoos, and architecture, there are other things in Australia to experience. Here is a list of five unconventional and fun activities you can try in Australia. Take a look! BridgeClimb in Sydney Sydney is … Continue reading Guest Post: 5 Unconventional Things to do in Australia

Part II: American Wino in Africa

As I woke up today for my "American Wino in Africa" Day, Part II, I realized how hard this whole blogging thing really is... First, you have to schedule tours, then you have to drink wine...well you get it.. Hard work. JUST KIDDING! Blogging is the best gig ever, and days like today, well... They make … Continue reading Part II: American Wino in Africa