Italian Trip Stage One: Venice

At last, my family and I have made it to Italy, the trip of a lifetime. Granted, there were a few hiccups: our limo's AC died and its transmission almost followed suit, my boarding pass wouldn't scan at the airport, my brand new luggage lost a wheel en route, and we all got lost trying... Continue Reading →

Adventure in the Hermitage

The Hermitage Museum is so large that it would take years to view it in its entirety. There are over 3 million works of art on exhibit, and just imagine how much art is stored away. So obviously I can't show you the entire museum. Instead I wanted to take you along on my¬†journey as... Continue Reading →

Culture Shock

To me, culture shock has always sounded like one of those concepts study abroad advisors and travel agents explain to you just to convince you they aren't completely useless. Oh no, my destination is different than my home country. Of course it is. That's why I'm going. For the casual tourist or vacationer, culture shock... Continue Reading →

Postgrad Travel

As I've probably said before, I'm itching to get out of this country. I feel trapped in an assembly line. Go to school, go to college, get a job,¬†then work, work, work. If you save enough money, maybe you can take some time off to enjoy your wealth. But when? After how much work? I've... Continue Reading →

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