There are times when you travel that you just know you are going to love a new city. I had this feeling about Medellin, Colombia. In the 90’s Medellin was considered the murder capital of the world. Once home to the world’s most notorious and violent drug cartel, headed by Pablo Escobar, Medellín witnessed 6,349 … More From Most Dangerous City on Earth to My New Favorite City…Medellin
I have visited Mexico about 30 times in my life. Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerta Vallarta, Cozumel, Cancun, Ensenada and Tijuana. Anytime I spoke to a Mexican from Mexico City about that though they always said the same thing, “Mexico City is very different from the rest of Mexico”. I couldn’t agree more. Sitting in … More Build a Wall? We Need to Build Bridges!
A few weeks ago I decided to finally get off my ass and apply for TSA PreCheck. The process was so insanely easy, I have decided to share it with you and tell you how it cost me ZERO and tell you how. First thing you do is go to https://www.tsa.gov/precheck. 5 minutes to fill out … More How to Get TSA PreCheck or Global Entry For FREE
I hope this article finds you all healthy and happy in the new year. 2017 is upon us and we can no longer hashtag blame 2016. This article is written a little tongue in cheek because I have never been a big believer in resolutions. I think that any moment of the year is as … More New Years Resolution for 2017…Be Homeless
Happy Holidays everyone! I hope as you read this you are spending time doing whatever it is that makes you happy. In the end, isn’t that what we all strive for? Every year around this time I stop and look around at all the madness the holidays bring. I watch people go nuts trying to … More The Gift of Less
So I have been asked quite a bit what countries I have visited so far and what my favorites have been. Here is the list in no particular order and a little recap of my favorites. Croatia Cyprus Denmark England France Germany Gibraltar Greece Italy Monaco Portugal Spain The Netherlands The Vatican Turkey India Israel … More Scorecard of Countries
I fly about a 100, 000 miles a year. I have flown a ton for decades. Travel is my life and with it comes airlines, good, bad and ugly. How many of you have ever saved a boarding pass after a flight? What possible reason would you need it for? Here is where the lesson … More Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks