On my travels I love to enjoy it all, the adventure, thrilling activities like parasailing, the luxury of a good spa treatment and visiting local attractions. Most of all I enjoy meeting the people, seeing the town, shopping at local markets, eating regional food, listening to stories, learning the culture and food of the people and town I visit.
While in Mexico last week, I had the pleasure of meeting Efren. He is one of the waiters at my favorite quesadilla spot, La Isla
Foodie's adventure heaven awaits in Cancun. When traveling abroad we are presented with so many dining options. We can choose to be resort bums and dine by the pool or resort restaurants. Some of us would rather opt for eating regional food where the locals would. And others would much rather opt for fine dining in a formal, luxury setting. Whatever your preference, this Cancun guide is sure to provide you with your best option. If you opt for regional food that is authe
And so the adventure begins, the longing to be where I can't be. To be modest and see what tiny space I occupy in this world. The need to fill my life and memories with adventures and stories to share with my grandchildren one day. To go somewhere with all my heart and soul so that I can meet myself deeper. Life is short and the world is wide, and I hope to add my grain of sand in it by meeting it. The desire of life not to escape me. To travel as far, as long, and as m
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Never be afraid to travel deep enough and lonely enough to find and begin to like yourself again; a wandering soul is a healing one. In this fifty-seven second clip I share my deepest soul and mind changing travel experience with you. Entering this artistic yet long and endless tunnel when I got off the train into France from Spain is the scariest and bravest thing I have had to do yet. The journey of the unknown ca