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Friday, January 31, 2014
The bathroom in my hotel room
Hey what's up! My name is Justin. I work with Colter and he told me your the guy to talk to if I'm planning a trip to India. He said you had a guide or a book you put together about your trip. Just looking on any insight on time of year to go and what hostels would be good. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanx!!
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
The buildings and road along the beach in Nice
Many associate Nice with all the glitz and glamour of the red carpet and the neighbouring Cannes Film Festival. But for the majority of us not on a celebrity budget, Nice will glimmer just as brightly for those looking to book a low-cost holiday.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
, Music Festivals
, North America
, Southeast Asia
Eating Lechon (roasted suckling pig) and sushi on a private beach with friends
As 2011 comes to an end, I thought it would be cool to talk about my top 5 travel experiences of the year. My year was split roughly 6 months in Australia, 3 months in Southern Asia, and 3 in the US. It's hard to pick just 5, but here are my favorite travel memories from 2011, in no particular order.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Some kind of a red fish
If you've got more than a few days in Sydney, Australia, check out the Sydney Fish Market in the Pyrmont area. It's the third largest fish market in the world, and they've got some cool fish on display. Pretty sure they do guided tours, but we went on our own and just walked around for free. To get on the floor you'll need a bright colored vest, long pants and shoes, but you can walk around the top floor and look down on the action without proper attire.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
A Turkey as traditionally prepared for Thanksgiving
Today we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States. Happy Thanksgiving!
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
My friend posing with the Ati Tribesman for a photo as they spit fire
When traveling through the Philippines, we found ourselves in Cebu for 2 days, waiting for a flight to the island of Siargao. We didn't really know what we wanted to do, and in doing a little research discovered the island of Bohol, just a couple hours away from Cebu by ferry. The island, pronounced very similar to "Butthole", is best known for the Chocolate Hills of Bohol. When we arrived, we decided to rent scooters and explore the island that way. One of our destinations, a lazy 45 minute scooter ride away from our resort in the Mactan Island area of Bohol, was the Loboc River.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
A screen cap from the "Move" STA travel video
Just discovered these videos. I don't normally post random youtube videos, but I found these really cool, hopefully you like them too.
Friday, May 27, 2011
, Hot Springs
, Questions & Answers
, Travel Gear
Riding A Yak in Lake Namtso with the Nyechen Tangla mountains in the background
Q. I have a question about your travels, if you can think back to Everest Base Camp. Can you tell me about how that worked? How long did it take? How much did it cost? Any other tips or tricks in booking and doing it? Anything you’d do differently if you were to do it again?
Monday, May 16, 2011
, Questions & Answers
, UNESCO World Heritage Sites
The best part of the wall to see from Beijing: Jinshanling and Simatai
Q. I need tips for China, I'm going there this week and meeting Anna on tuesday. We start from Beijing, and then have no idea where to go, have about a month there. Any must places outside of the big cities what did you enjoy, or anything else you recommend?
Friday, May 13, 2011
Al Fresco Italian Restaurant in Surfers Paradise, QLD
You've been traveling the East Coast of Australia. You've arrived in Surfers Paradise, the most touristy city of all. The streets are lined with kebab joints, stale pizza slices, McDonalds, and take away Chinese. Where do you go for food? From the heart of town, cruise down Gold Coast Highway towards the Q1 tower. On the left hand side you'll arrive at my favorite restaurant in Surfers Paradise, Al Fresco.