The trip was far too short but the fact of the matter is, it was longer and further than most people will ever travel. I circumnavigated the globe in 42 days – leaving Hawaii for Australia, then Bali in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Morocco, France, Iceland, New York City and now back to…
First of all, I enjoyed Disneyland in Paris way more than I thought I would. Sophia, my 10-year-old-daughter, and I went to Knotts Berry Farm and Disney California Adventure (in Southern California) a few months ago. She actually told me that she liked Disneyland Paris better – there are a few things that tipped me towards…
Paris. I’ve been here a few times before. Once I was here by myself before I got married. That was fun. Hostel, no money, lots of wine. Then I was here after I was married and right after my daughter was an infant. My wife wasn’t able to get a visa in time (she wasn’t…
William S. Burroughs – no other name rings so loudly in the annals of extraordinary literary vagabonds of the 20th century.
When it comes to famous vagabonds, people often forget that respected writers now often had their roots as shiftless vagabonds. Ernest Hemingway is no exception.
Much to my surprise, what I had thought would be a sort of never ending, round the world holiday, had suddenly become mired down in love –
Each Friday, I will bring you the highlights here at the Vagobond Travel Museum.
2011 was a great year for me in terms of travel, family, and work. While there were a huge number of experiences to choose from, here are my top ten favorite adventures that came from this incredible year.
The best musicians take inspiration from their surroundings: so if you’re starting to find that you have songwriters block, it might just be time to strap on that backpack and get your groove back.
If you are a real jazz addict and you want to come to Paris this summer…read on….