5 Awesome Things to do in Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne is one of the coolest cities I have been to in a while and is very different than I remembered it. I have been to Australia 10 times but this was only my second trip to Melbourne and first since 2003. Melbourne is vibrant, buzzing, sporting, secretive, hidden, bohemian, beautiful and there are a [...]

My Trip to Cabo in Photos

I just spent 6 days in Mexico at my buddies house in Cabo. All we did was eat, sleep, drink, play golf, pool basketball, eat again and get some sun. I have to say it was pretty awesome. So since this was a real vacation and I didn’t really do too much but the scenery [...]

My Australian Open Experience

For Americans and many people in the Western Hemisphere, the Australian Open has always been that tennis tournament that was on in the middle of night every January. It was sometimes on when you woke up in the morning and you’re looking for Sportscenter on ESPN. However, the Australian Open is the best grand slam [...]

How Many Countries Are There?

How many countries are there in the world? This is the question of questions when it comes to travel from novice vacationers to elite country counters and explorers. So how many countries are there? Well, there is no exact answer and the best answer is it depends on who you ask. As you guessed it, [...]

My Year in Travel 2013

2013 was a heck of a year in travel for me. For the first time in my life I visited all seven continents in a calendar year. Additionally, I took some of the best and coolest trips I’ve ever been on. I flew a lot of miles and traveled a lot of days. I also [...]

Good Day New York Interview Video

Good Day New York is one of the most popular morning shows in New York City on FOX 5. I was a guest this morning with hosts Rosanna Scotto and Greg Kelly. It was such a pleasure to do the segment in my home town with such cool people. I had a blast and I [...]

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: What It’s Really Like

I went to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (GTMO) with no expectations, no preconceived notions and an open mind. Of course, I had heard all the criticisms, opinions, and negative media coverage but as always, I wanted to see it for myself and form my own opinion. So after five days on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, [...]

How Prince Harry Prevented Me From Reaching the South Pole

After years of planning plus a lot of money, sweat and time I arrived in Antarctica with aspirations to reach the South Pole. Having already been to every country on Earth, the South Pole had always been a target on my travel list-right at the top. The list of people who have been there is [...]

Things to do in Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile

Robinson Crusoe Island is the biggest and most important island in the Juan Fernandez Archipelago. The archipelago consists of only three islands; Santa Clara and Alexander Selkirk being the others. There are many things to do in Robinson Crusoe Island ranging from trekking to nature sightseeing to horseback riding, diving, snorkeling or just walking around [...]

Sea Lion Island, Falkland Islands

Sea Lion Island is the crown jewel of the Falkland Islands. I really liked Carcass Island and Bleaker Island but Sea Lion Island truly stood out to me. There is so much to see and do on Sea Lion Island that words cannot describe how cool a place it is to actually be there and [...]

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