Category Archives: Travelogues

To Seattle, I Go

To Seattle, I Go

So, today is the big day! It’s my first flight since the LAX shooting. And I have very mixed emotions. For one, I am overjoyed that I am feeling courageous enough to go through an airport, pass security check and board a flight. Secondly, I can’t wait to take off. To feel like I’ve regained…

A Unique Experience in Mexico (VIDEO)

A Unique Experience in Mexico (VIDEO)

For years I’ve heard of Cancun and Playa del Carmen being popular destinations in Mexico. And I was never particularly attracted to the Spring-Break-style travel experience I perceived them to provide. But on a recent trip to the region, I found that there is more to the Mayan Riviera, than beach, sun and booze. Way…

For Entrepreneurs Who Travel

For Entrepreneurs Who Travel

I consider myself a globetrotter and an entrepreneur. And last year I joined six other globetrotting entrepreneurs in Nicaragua for a long weekend of business development in a collaborative group setting. The event was called, The Ignition Lab. Non-profits, consulting businesses, a travel media platform (that’s me) and a graphic stationary business – we ran…

Getting Lost in MaHdia, Tunisia (Photos)

Getting Lost in MaHdia, Tunisia (Photos)

Tunisia is a fascinating place to experience off the beaten path and go exploring through small towns. And that is what I did during a recent trip. (Of course, accompanied by people in the know.) I visited the country last summer in one of the more accessible ways to travel to Tunisia. I stayed in…

Imagine Waiting for your Flight in a Park

Imagine Waiting for your Flight in a Park

I was recently in Palm Springs for a family wedding. And due to the festivites, all I saw of the town was the airport and the hotel. Yet both proved to be quite unique and gave me reason to come back. Here’s my article about the hotel. As for the airport, you might be thinking,…

Palm Springs and The Parker Hotel

Palm Springs and The Parker Hotel

Going to a resort hotel in the desert is a confusing experience. You go out into the hot desert and then you check in to a hotel that does everything possible to make you feel like you are at a beach resort – but there is no beach. And secluded with little distractions you are…

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