Last weekend, someone asked me what I would do if I won 20 million dollars. It only took a few seconds for me to smile and answer, “The same thing I’m doing now: I quit my job and bought a one-way ticket to Mexico.” Read more
Looking to blow off steam after a hard day’s work as a salary man? Well loosen your tie and head to one of the abundant, brightly lit arcades in Japan.
While people are prepping for Halloween festivities, there’s one place Wes and I have been to that is eerie all year round. Forget fake Halloween decorations – this chapel in Kutna Hora is decorated with thousands of human bones.
In an age of smartphone-dependency and social media addiction, we often hear the phrase, “pics or it didn’t happen.” Whether it’s used sarcastically or not, the truth is that so much more emphasis is being placed on travel photos these days instead of the experience itself. And I think now more than ever, we ought to step back, leave our smartphones behind, and learn to travel unplugged.
With only a few hours left until our flight back to Paris, we really wanted to ride a camel on our last day in Marrakech. A nasty stomach bug put us in bed for most of our week in Morocco and we were trying to make up for lost time by scratching off what was left on our to-do list.
In my opinion, the list of things that Europeans do better than us North Americans is long: fashion, food, markets and transportation top the list of many. One everyday habit I enjoyed so much more in Europe was definitely the coffee culture.