In a shocking twist, my fellow passengers saved the day.
Laters, East London!
A very belated tribute to the neighbo(u)rhood(s) that launched me into London.
How to Travel Alone
I have some advice for those who balk at the idea of cutting loose and voyaging to foreign lands with nothing but a backpack for company.
Lyon is my favorite French city by far, and seriously underrated.
Hotels and Hostels in Airbnb Times
Affordable housing issues aside, there’s also a kind of unpredictability inherent to staying in many Airbnbs that I find annoying
Worrying About Climate Change From 35,000 Feet
I still commit one of the greatest climate-affecting sins: I fly.
Day Hike: Marseille to Cassis Along the Calanques
Walking from Marseille to Cassis through the Calanques National Park
Day Hike: Lacs de la Pra
The Lacs de la Pra are a smattering of tiny lakes in the Belledonne mountain range, a western section of the Alps. And what a section.
Time Travel: May, 2014 – Slowing Down in Split
Like many who fly into Split or pick up one of the cross-country buses there, I might never have seen it in daylight if I hadn’t slowed down.
11 TAPIF Must-Dos
There are lots of ways to take advantage of your resident expatriate status during the TAPIF