I like to travel.
When I do, I take photos and write about what I have learned.
I spent much of 2018 without a permanent address, traveling often for work and otherwise spending the rest of my time up and down the West Coast in Canada, the US and Mexico. 2018 was a very chaotic period of my life, and it seemed like a perfectly sensible choice at the time to spontaneously travel to Kyrgyzstan during Thanksgiving, and celebrate the American holiday alone in Almaty’s sister city, Bishkek, that I had always been so curious about. So I packed up my entire home, which was a suitcase and a backpack full of electronics and began my journey.
In July 2019, I traveled to Cambodia. There I partied in nightclubs across the country, explored ancient temples, hiked through jungles, visited a non-profit that I have long donated to, made a number of new friends, ate some of the strangest food I’ve ever encountered, visited the site of the worst atrocity committed in human history and last, but not least, returned to the United States extremely sick and about ten pounds lighter with an intestinal parasite.
ONE DAY IN NARITA, JAPAN In July 2019 I had an overnight layover in a sleepy suburb of Tokyo. Since I did not have enough time to enjoy Tokyo proper, I spent a leisurely 16 hours overnight in the city of Narita.
I WENT TO MONGOLIA In July 2018, I traveled to Mongolia. There I reconnected with old friends, made new ones, learned a good deal of history and bore witness to some of the most beautiful land our planet has to offer. Here are my photos and experiences.
I WENT TO KAZAKHSTAN In November 2017, I traveled to Almaty Kazakhstan on my own. It was equal parts intimidating, wonderful and strange.