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Hong King Kong

Hong King Kong

I had no reason to come to Hong Kong. Zero. Other than some old (awesome) Jackie Chan movies I barely knew anything about it. It was a British something or other right? Well, the reason I stopped there in the first place was to just break up part of the flight on the way to […]

Boston – Part 1: More Than A Feeling

Boston – Part 1: More Than A Feeling

Transportation: Why Boston? Everyone kept asking. Do I need a reason to travel somewhere? I’d reply. However, there was a purpose to the trip. Myself and two other bros were on our way to Fenway Park. A classic stadium and piece of Americana that is so dear to locals and baseball fans that the park […]

A six hour layover in Copenhagen

A six hour layover in Copenhagen

  After visiting Moscow a second time I decided to move a long in the best way, blind. I searched for the cheapest flight out of Moscow and found a $140CAD flight to Copenhagen. Sold! Why not? I just wanted to pick a place on a whim and who wouldn’t want to learn about Copenhagen. […]

Rancho Los Toros

Rancho Los Toros

Located in San Carlos, about an hour and a half bus ride ($3) south west from Panama City (from the Albook Bus Terminal). This little town is a resting point for visits to El Palmar beach. El Palmar is the first beach where I’ve seen a mix of light brown sand and black volcanic sand. […]

Nitro City Panama

Nitro City Panama

Unknown to me when I got to Panama is a action sports playground for the avid, enthused or curious extreme sports fan. Welcome to NitroCity action sports resort Panama. Home to motocross, wake skating, kite surfing, and an assortment of other fun activities that can fulfil your X-Game dreams.   If you’ve ever watched MTV […]

How I un-prepared for Panama

How I un-prepared for Panama

  Maybe I had too much good luck winging it in Greece. I thought I could do the same for Panama. After all, early December is the end of their rainy season. It shouldn’t have too many people seeking a warmer climate yet, right? Wrong. I did try to reserve a hostel ahead of time […]

Milos – Greek Island

Milos – Greek Island

Winging it to Milos turned out great. I can say thus far, Milos has been my favorite place in Greece.   It has this comforting small town feel. Not as touristy like some other islands and somewhat isolated because of the sea. Everyone is so friendly (unless you’re at the super market, but we’ll get […]

Conquering Mount Olympus – Part 1

Conquering Mount Olympus – Part 1

The biggest mountain in Greece. Olympus. Home of Zeus. And next on the to-do list. We are not mountaineers. For the elitists in the audience who may turn their noses up at us we are being nothing but practical. We exercise, but not much hiking. And when we do, it’s nothing even close to a […]

Litochoro – Gateway to Mount Olympus

Litochoro – Gateway to Mount Olympus

Leaving Meteora was difficult. I could have stayed much longer especially after having a few good conversations with the hotel owner and having a great meal at one of the cafes. But, we had our biggest challenge yet. Climbing Mount Olympus!!! The train from Meteora to Litorchoro (Lih-toe-ho-row) was not only faster but cheaper than […]

Modern Delphi

Modern Delphi

This title is kind of an oxymoron. I am talking about the Delphi of modern times. Pronounced (del-fee) it was our first stop on what Greece has to offer. It didn’t disappoint. Also see Ancient Delphi I arrived in Athens and spent one night before moving on to Delphi (I’ll speak about this in a […]

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