The Endless Summer

Movies That Move You: The Endless Summer

Beach holidays are among the most popular travel destinations for many people, myself included. If you’re looking for a travel-inspiring film and a little adventure … Continue Reading →

United Airlines and Tribeca Film Festival

United Airlines and Tribeca Film Festival: World Class Entertainment at 30,000 Feet

Many people consider the transit portion of travel to be the worst, but I (sometimes) find the in-between part to be the most exciting. I love people … Continue Reading →

Locals in Sri Lanka

Montage Monday: Sri Lanka

The small island-country of Sri Lanka is not only ruggedly beautiful and culturally intriguing, but it’s also one of the most friendliest and welcoming countries … Continue Reading →

Playing mask for Carnival in Trinidad

Montage Monday: Carnival in Trinidad

As everyone’s Easter celebrations come to an end, let’s look back on the crazy bacchanal that started it all a month ago. I managed to … Continue Reading →

Berkshires, MA

The Case For Domestic Travel

The last six years of my life have been focused on a lot of international travel; twenty-five new countries and a handful of repeat visits … Continue Reading →

Banksy in Naples

Art in Naples

Dirty, gritty Naples in southern Italy has had a bad reputation that continues to overshadow the city and prevent tourists from really giving it the … Continue Reading →

Crescent Park in Bywater, New Orleans.

Neighborhood Watch: Bywater, New Orleans

Bywater, New Orleans is a vibrant neighborhood home to many of the city’s artists, musicians, designers, and other creatives. With the rising number of community art … Continue Reading →