D.C. Brew Tour: Libations and Law

This weekend my friend Alli organized for a group of us to get together for a beer tour at D.C.’s first brewery, D.C. Brau (Founded in 2009). It was one of those cold Saturday… Continue reading

Rainy Day at Union Market

I am eagerly awaiting Spring, I don’t deny the fact that I am so over this winter. And, I was even out of the country for the worst of it. This is very… Continue reading

Brooklyn Like a Local

For Presidents Day weekend I decided to escape our nations capital for some quality time with my best friend from childhood. Yana and I met waiting for the school bus when we were… Continue reading

A Day In Fredricksburg

While the northeast hunkered down for winter storm Nemo, I made a day trip to Fredricksburg, V.A. to visit my lovely step-sister Sarah. The idea came to mind as I was researching places… Continue reading

Final Exam and Chapter Six

There is so much to say about Koh Phangan it’s hard to know where to start. The majority of our time on the island has been scuba diving so I gues we will… Continue reading

We’re not in Chiang Mai anymore

It’s starting to dwindle. The cash in my wallet. That’s what the islands will do to you I suppose. Glorious Koh Phangan, it has so much to offer. Beautiful beaches, scuba diving, partying,… Continue reading

A rainy day in paradise

We made it to the islands! After four days in Bangkok and an excruciating 8 hours on the train from hell, we are in paradise. But it’s raining. (For more on the train… Continue reading

Gallery Tours in Bangkok

It’s always nice to travel with someone who has similar interests as yours. Kate and I pretty much see eye to eye on everything. So when I mentioned an idea of exploring some… Continue reading

Overnight Train to Bangkok

I really want a big juicey apple! It’s funny the things you take for granted when in a foreign country. Last night with dinner on the overnight train we were served Papaya. As… Continue reading

Pai Life

While Pai is now considered a tourist destination, the town continues with the traditions that make it unique. In the mornings, just before and after 8am, you can hear a prayer being spoken… Continue reading