Sep 162015

I’m in Edinburgh, Scotland for their Hogmanay New Years celebrations and it is AWESOME!!!

There is fire, music, dancing, and lots and lots of whiskey!

(also I’ll give a tour of the city 😉 )

Tell me what you think!

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Jul 132015

This is how an american enjoys Independence Day in London!

I dress up like an American Colonial and go all throughout London having fun for July 4th!

Enjoy the video and let me know your thoughts in the comments!

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Jul 082015

I want to take a moment to share with you what it has been like for me so far on my travels, and not just the fun stuff you see in the videos, but what it’s really like to travel alone, with all of its ups and downs.

This is what it is like to travel from the emotional aspect of everything.

Enjoy and let me know your thoughts in the comments! 🙂

Jun 042015


One of the things I love most about cultural differences between the U.S. and countries in Europe is that these differences are often not so easy to notice and they can pop-up in unexpected places.

The first time I saw a blackjack table in a club in Finland, I was certain that I was seeing things because well, as I found out the next morning, she was not a 10…

BUT, the blackjack table was real!

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Mar 222015

Let’s talk about Travel Liars!  This is more like a method of story-telling rather than a type of person, but it boils down to the fact that you can make any city, any experience, any crappy street or dilapidated house look cool and seem amazing.

I will try to keep this article short (impossible for me haha) and stick to the point, which is to discuss what is better, the truth or total B.S. or something in-between, and then explain how I approach talking about my travels.

Let’s get ready to rumble…

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Feb 232015
Bavarian Alps

Bavarian Alps

Did you know that Bavarian is an actual language separate from German?!  I had lived in Germany for over a year and traveled the country extensively and I didn’t even know it until I landed in a small town in Bavaria, south of Munich.

Now, let’s talk about the barbarian language of Germany…  🙂

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