23 Year Game of Tag
I never bothered to learn what fly fishing was, because, frankly, it never came up. I don’t know anyone who specifically does it and talks about it, and it hasn’t come up in newspapers or literature. So, as far as I was concerned, fly fishing was the snarky way of saying you swallowed a fly… Continue reading
Study / Travel Abroad If You're Vegetarian
Many women who fear the germs of public toilet seats don’t think twice about placing their purses down on the floor of the bathroom stall. Not only that, they also set them on the floor while riding the bus, or while dining at a restaurant, or while dancing at a nightclub, or on the bedspread… Continue reading Germs we don’t give a second thought to.
Best caption contest begins NOW. Winning submission will be posted Thursday. Winning Entry - By Adam Schafer Excuse me sir. Do you have anything in a lonely traveler? Maybe with a side of Tylenol PM and some wifi?
This photoset and post is from my friend Kate, who is currently traveling through parts of Africa. This post struck me as simultaneously sad and beautiful. One of my highlights last week was my trip to the Elephant orphanage in the Nairobi National Park. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust http://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/ is a center where they… Continue reading
Breakneck Ridge is a mountain just off Metro North with fairly rigorous hiking options. Armed with water, some empty coffee cups, Burts Bees Chapstick, and two bananas, Valerie and I hiked the white to blue to yellow trails, covering well over 6.5 miles of strenuous trail (not including the highway, which was a whole other… Continue reading Awesome Day Trip: Breakneck Ridge
This guy looks happy studying abroad! You can too! Primarily catered to college students, but also to high school and post-grad kids-at-heart, Abroad 101 is the new leader in figuring out where to go, how to best do it, and what you need to know (nothing more, nothing less). It’s peer written, so information is… Continue reading