Category archives: travel

  • The Romanticism of Train Travel

  • I've never really been much for trains. Even as a young boy I wasn't the sort who gravitated towards model train sets. Spaceships and cars were my thing. Trains were, well, kinda boring. They ran on tracks, and just did what they were made for: chugging along [...]
  • Learning the Leica Q

  • I'm on the road with my Leica Q. It's still new to me.  I'm learning how to best configure it and maximize the tech on offer. This camera makes it so easy to leave everything on Auto the entire time you almost don't feel like you need to learn much more. It's [...]
  • Paying Attention To Detail

  • I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my bucket list. This statement always makes my mind spin with dreams of travel. From the exotic spice markets of Marrakech where the colors and smells overwhelm you with delight, to the limestone karsts of Southern Chi [...]
Indonesia, With a Side of Adventure
  • Best Treks in the World, Ranked

  • One of the most frequent questions I get asked is, "What is your favorite trek?" This is such a difficult question to answer. It's like asking which is your favorite kid? Each trek is different. Some have the classic big mountain views, others are remote and w [...]
To travel well, you have to slow down.
  • Modern Monks

  • The word monk alone conjures up vivid mental images of chanting, mountaintop buddhist monasteries, and ancient rituals. It's the sort of stirring visions that make us want to explore the most remote parts of the world. Those places exist. I've been there and t [...]
 
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