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2016: Year End Review

2016 was really good to me but is ending on a sad note. This was the first year I really thought I might be able to become a digital nomad. A goal that until a two years ago I didn’t think was possible for me. Continue reading 2016: Year End Review

The Best of the French Quarter

Obviously the French Quarter is known for Bourbon Street. Besides Hurricane’s ( the drink that is) and heaps of multi colored beads there are lot of reason’s to head down to the famed area. These are my suggestions for exploring the French Quarter. Continue reading The Best of the French Quarter

Stretching Your Budget

Traditionally, the notion of a three-week cruise around The Caribbean or through the Mediterranean was the preserve of the wealthy but in recent years the popularity of cruises has rocketed, some ten million people embarked upon a cruise over the last year throughout the world. This remarkable upsurge in popularity is due in part to the availability of affordable cruises increasing and the ease with which can be now be done online. Budget cruises are possible to find. Continue reading Stretching Your Budget

How to Spend 36 Hours in Denver

Denver is the biggest city in Colorado. It has a population of about 500k. I rolled into “The Mile High City” in the late afternoon on a Friday and had until Sunday morning to explore the city. How do you roll it all into barely 36 hours? I am here to help you. Continue reading How to Spend 36 Hours in Denver

Capeside, MA or Tree Hill, NC: You Decide

I wish I would have taken a road trip down to Wilmington, North Carolina back when I graduated from high school. It would have been the “Dawson’s Creek” mecca I had always dreamed it would be. It is mostly devoted to “One Tree Hill” now but whispers of my favorite WB drama still exist if you know where to look. Continue reading Capeside, MA or Tree Hill, NC: You Decide

Austin Detours

By the time I reached Austin, Texas we had been on the road for nearly two weeks. Spending a lot of time in a car getting from one destination to another we decided we would try to walk most days we were exploring cities. Turns out Austin is not so easy to see by foot. A lot of the big things to see are far apart from each other. Continue reading Austin Detours