Bali greets you with open hearted energy and an exotic buzz. At the same time, it's calm and peaceful — it bridges the two worlds so well that you'll find it easy to find euphoria in whatever form you're looking for. In the main cities of Seminyak, Kuta, Canggu, and Ubud there are many beaches, incredible beach clubs, amazing sunsets and endless rice terraces.
In This Post Sandos Cancun Restaurants Activities Other Notable Activities Relaxation The title of this post is one of my favorite sports references. To be specific, an NBA reference, popularized mostly by Charles Barkley, Kenny “The Jet” Smith, Shaquille “Shaq” O’Neal and Ernie Johnson on their Emmy award winning show “Inside the NBA” on TNT. … Continue reading One, Two, Three… Cancun
In This Post Pre-travel Research Top Tourist Attractions Interesting Activities (Things to Do) Restaurants Nightlife (Bars/Clubs) Local Food/Drinks Transportation Tips COVID-19 has caused tremendous pain and suffering all around the world. As I’m writing this, over 350,000 people have died globally and more than 100,000 in the United States alone. I'm aware my plight is … Continue reading Will You Dream Your Way To Rio de Janeiro, Brazil With Me?
In This Post Paris Dubai & Abu Dhabi Venice, Florence & Rome Barcelona Dublin Tokyo & Kyoto Beijing New York City Okay, I'm sure you've heard this many times by people you know, on blogs, and in YouTube videos — it’s a tourist trap, too many people go there, everyone has seen it — and … Continue reading Popular Tourist Attractions Around The World and How I Love Them!
I can’t speak for any other season besides the summer (heard winters are brutally cold), but Vancouver is absolutely beautiful in the summertime. I’ve heard about how green it is, the beautiful mountains and a great place to be outdoors. I didn’t go with any particular set of expectations - just an open mind to … Continue reading Summertime in Vancouver
Earlier this year, I went back to a country and a city I had previously visited. This probably doesn’t seem like a huge deal for most, but I had a plan for when this was supposed to happen. My plan was to visit twenty countries before I intentionally went back to a place I had … Continue reading A Week in Paris
It's funny how you can dream of a place and see it so vividly, but you've never even been there. That's why I love pictures and enjoy social media. I see pictures of the Maldives from a few people I follow on Instagram and every time I'm drawn to it. The water is so beautifully … Continue reading One Day, I’ll Reach The Maldives
As a traveler, I think we all probably have a certain number of continents we want to eventually make it to. For me, I want to hit six out of the seven (sorry Antarctica). Before heading to Sydney, Australia, I had already made it to North America (not just the US, haha), Europe, and Asia. … Continue reading Down Under: Sydney, Australia
Hi, I'm Greg! I've had this thought for more than a year, but I didn't know where to start. Maybe I was a bit nervous to even figure out how to start my own travel blog. Thoughts like who will read it? Do I have something compelling to say? How much time will it take? … Continue reading Introduction…