About me: American born and raised where I spent most of my life in Florida. After college I moved to New York City to start a career and experience life in The Big Apple. After many great years, my partner and I decided to try life in Australia.
East v. North
I'm talking about the town here, not my disposition. It's only a mile from Bondi as the crow flies, but some might say it's a world away. You see, there's a great divide that runs through Sydney. It's called the harbor. And it separates Sydney from North Sydney. That's just geograp... Sun, 02 Mar 2014 18:27:00
RTW Trip: London
Arriving in London was a bit surreal for both Adam and I. We had both visited London in the past but this time around it was going to be our first English speaking country in a month and a half. Plus, my sister and her family live there which made this part of the trip extra special.
Adam and ... Tue, 05 Nov 2013 05:06:00
Round the world Trip: Marrakesh We were pretty pumped to be on our way to Marrakesh but once we arrived we'd be without a car the rest of the rip. So in the best interest of getting our deposit back on the rental car we decided to spring for a car wash before returning the car. It ended up costing us all of 40 dirhams which at the... Wed, 30 Oct 2013 02:27:00
RTW Trip... After the desert
With the sand dunes in our review mirror we were on the road headed west to The Todra Gorge which plunges 300 meters down to a clear river. In the midst of the dry season we weren't expecting much water but at least a beautiful vista and a beautiful vista is what we got. Low levels of water still b... Mon, 21 Oct 2013 21:00:00
Round the world Trip: Erg Chebbi in Morocco
The drive from Fes to Merzouga was our longest in Morocco. We left the green hills and fields surrounding Fes and began our drive south, armed with a detailed road map. Fortunately, once you get out of the cities your options for which road to take decrease significantly, so it makes navigating mu... Thu, 17 Oct 2013 23:58:00