Over the weekend I read a cool book called “Cusco Calls” by Robert Karp which is more about a journey of enlightenment rather than about Peru, but it was an interesting book and I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. In his book, Robert Karp mentions a book called “The Celestine Prophecy” by […]
Last year, I traveled to South America for the first time and I can still remember how nervous I was during my trip planning. I had never been to South America before, I speak only a little bit of Spanish and then during my trip planning I had read several reports from a few travel […]
I have been struggling with my decision on whether the backpack I purchased for my Camino is too big. It is an Osprey 65 liter bag, but my friends think that it is too big. Yesterday, we went to REI and looked at the smaller 48 liter version. I have decided to return my backpack […]
So now that my Camino de Santiago has been postponed to September 2014, now what! And I was so ready to hit the Camino trail. I even purchased my pack and everything. I even decided what special token I was going to leave at the Cruz de Ferro. Of course, I had to make a […]
Spent several minutes on Kayak to check out flights and prices to see how many sack lunches I need to bring to work in order to save up for my next trip. Honestly, I had no idea that traveling to Africa would take 24 hours (not including layover times). Dang! I may have to rethink […]
I have not forgotten about my dreams to see Machu Picchu. Can this be the year!
I found this video on my Google+ stream and loved it!
Or should I say where have all the “fecking” cheap flights gone? While doing my ritual Kayak search for a descent airfare, I stumbled onto this hilarious video by Fascinating Aida. So here are some helpful tips I’m trying to follow to find a fecking cheap flight: – Travel in the off season (it just happens that November […]