I work and live to travel. I love to dream about every destination I desire to go, so much in fact, that I mentally start building “The List” in my head. Traveling anywhere really opens up the mind for peace, self reflection, well-being and over all a healthier world perspective. I think that’s why I […]Read more "The List"
Every time I think about natural beauty I think about the Irish countryside. No amount of research could have prepared me for how truly beautiful Ireland is. It was a spur of the moment decision to book flights to Ireland. Only two weeks had passed since I returned from Europe yet I was asked by […]Read more "A Beautiful World"
Vienna is a grand and magical city. It is extremely elegant and over the top everywhere you look. Each time you turn your head, tilt it to the side or simply look up there is something to be seen. In fact if you blink you miss something. Every corner of the city is picture perfect. […]Read more "Ah Vienna"
There was a castle, that stood tall on top of a cliff side, surrounded by lush trees and ever rolling mountains. The castle itself was not elegant, grand or even magnificent. In fact, it was a simple castle, properly built with a strong structure, fortifying wall and towering views. Its simplicity, position on the cliff and […]Read more "Part of a Fairytale "
I am taking a more grass roots method today to write a more simplistic approach on the general art of travel. As a whole the action of travelling and its effects on the human mind, body and soul. ••• It makes you feel small when you think you are at your greatest Brings you riches […]Read more "Travel Can Be Magic"
I had a rude awakening when I arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau. The moment I stepped off the bus, I start thinking about all the times I have complained about being tired, hungry, upset or complained about anything, really. Nothing had prepared me for what the day would unfold as I made my way through both camps. […]Read more "The sound of silence"
The Many Doors of Dublin, a phrase I heard frequently when visiting the city. Still to this day I do not know what it officially means, however, throughout my time in Dublin I came up with my own meaning; diversity and change. Dublin has a long history and a unique past and what remains is […]Read more "Time Travel at its Finest"