Posts tagged "adventure travel"
I grew up on a farm in Central California. My parents, to this day, still live there. When my brother and I were younger, we didn’t know what TV or cement was, but we did know how to use a cotton trailer as a foam pit after harvest day, and jump off the roof of […]
If you are in the aviation industry, spontaneous travel is more than just a second-nature type thing, but most of the time, everything. You can’t really plan the details when you don’t know if you will make the destination. This is the art, as well as the horror of standby. It’s kind of addicting. It’s […]
I was in London. I had just got back to my hotel room after having a couple of coffees in the lounge with the pilots. (They were drinking beers, but since I’m not drinking until July, I simply supported my coffee love further. Some would call it an addiction. I call it necessary for blog […]
I wrote this as an answer to a reader's question once, and since I have been suffering from writer's block and missing Israel and adventures with Celessa a lot right now, I thought I would post this. Adventure Awaits: A letter to the traveler who had to come back home For those who travel or […]