If travel was free, where would you go?
Travel Oct 10, 2022
I’ve seen people post quotes and images on social media stating, “If travel were free you’d never see me...
Homeless in Paris
Travel Oct 1, 2022
I ended up homeless on the streets of Paris. I don't always get it right.
People attending my art events, when pondering over my travel photography, always comment on “how they wish they had...
8 World-Tested Tips For Packing And Traveling Light
Travel March 26, 2023
Have you ever promised yourself to bring less luggage on your next trip? Saying I’ll travel light this time, and actually doing so, are two entirely different things. Maneuvering two heavy suitcases, my camera equipment and backpack through Tokyo station after a long eleven hour flight, wasn’t pleasant. Especially... Read more
What prompted me to write my travel hacking book
Travel March 25, 2023
As a photographer and traveler, my work aims to do more than just display the beauty I capture in my photographs. I believe that my work carries an important message to encourage people to explore the world around them and discover the beauty that it holds firsthand. My vision... Read more
Most visitors to Western Canada start their journey either in Vancouver or Calgary. Those starting in Calgary, typically head straight for Banff National Park. After sleeping off the jetlag in one of Calgary’s Airport hotels (see this post for some suggestions) it’s time to pick up the rental car... Read more
Reflections: Dealing with issues through traveling
Travel March 11, 2023
No matter how many material possessions, circumstances, friends or family I left behind temporarily or permanently, I always ended up taking the one thing with me that I could not leave behind: myself. One travels more usefully when alone, because he reflects more. (Thomas Jefferson) When I need a... Read more
Do you dream of travelling the world, but feel limited by the cost? The Travel Revolution is here to help. This comprehensive online course teaches you the art of travel hacking, giving you the tools you need to travel more for less. In this post I’ll share a few... Read more
Shed The Pounds: Why I Always Travel Light
Travel March 8, 2023
Humans are “pack rats”: we tend to collect an abundance of things that might come in handy one day. You don’t even have to be diagnosed as a hoarder. Everyone has things hidden in a closet or basement that they don’t particularly need, now or ever. For a while... Read more
Traveling to Western Canada? Don’t Miss Some Of Alberta’s Most Charming Inns and Hotels
Travel March 7, 2023
Canada is a very popular tourist country with a great environment, wonderful people and certainly enough room for everyone. If you decide to head west, and spend time exploring Alberta, you’ll find beautiful landscapes and peaceful surroundings everywhere you go! Western Canada inspired my photography career, as well as... Read more
Have you ever booked a flight early in the morning? I do this all the time. When I get to my destination, I have at least some of the day left to get settled in and explore. And, I get a bonus vacation day added to my trip for... Read more
My Top 3 Foodie Travel Destinations In The United States (So Far)
Travel February 9, 2023
All of my favorite destinations have one thing in common: it’s possible to live very well, without spending much. And the list includes cities that appear to be expensive, like Tokyo, New York, and Paris, just to name a few. Most of these cities I know like the back... Read more