A photographic biography of my travels so far. Click the image to read more detailed stories from some selected destinations.
Crossing an international border for the first time with my Grandpa Bill and his RV.
Returning to Baja with my family and starting my karaoke career.
Getting stuck in Mexico City, losing my mind in a sea of naked people and making a vow to never go back.
New Zealand (2003)
How I Lost My Traveling V-card in 2003 to an exotic, english-speaking, commonwealth land mass.
Hitchhiking through both islands on NZ with a backpack, long board and legal status.
Falling in love with traveling and becoming an addict to the unknown.
Spend a month island-hopping, camping and drinking kava just because you can.
How to get strep throat and a few tropical ulcers in only one week.
Learning that watching the sunrise atop a small island is too good for words.
A year abroad in Spain’s most righteous city and the art of the siesta.
The best thing about Granada: FREE TAPAS. Anywhere, any beverage = free food.
The 3 pillars of Spain: Jesus, wine and fútbol. Ole!
8 days in Dublin and Galway, hunting down the water of life.
Trying “brown sauce” for the first time and finding it’s not so gross.
How to drink for free at the Guinness Factory in Dublin.
Riding bicycles around the city and visiting Christiania, Copenhagen’s old hippie commune.
Christmas with a Danish family and how to win a Marzipan Pig!
A day in Malmo walking the city, enjoying the snow and seeing not one single ugly person.
How to catch a real, live goose. But not how to eat it.
Me and Masochism: skinny-dipping in the Baltic Sea.
Getting stuck at a train station and spending a night hiding from the Swiss police.
Tips for a fortune-filled week in Chamonix for an epic snow adventure in the Alps.
Why you should never, ever, ever get hammered on champagne, especially at 10,000ft elevation.
Culture Shock: 10 intense days of traveling the northern region of Morocco.
How to get really high in the hills of Chefchaouen (not only off hash).
Learned that dining like a local is not only delicious, but the most economical way to eat.
How the Rising Cock Hostel got its name and why you should stay there.
Tips for traveling Portugal with a pregnant lady on board. Hint: fried calamari.
How to speak Japanese in Portugal — with an interview with GrandPapa Steve.
Apply Yourself: How to use your college degree to secure useless jobs in South America.
Using a puppy and a piglet to boost your online karma. With a sad but tasty ending…
Lessons learned from a tuk-tuk driver, the truth about dead dolphins and a real-life pissing contest.
The art of turning one week into 91 days. Step One: Arrive in Montañita for Carnaval.
Saddle Up, Pinche Gringo: Riding through of Ecuador on horse, dune-buggy and surfboard.
Why travel books will only take you so far and the rest is up to you (and the people you meet).
Florida, U.S.A. (2011)
Spent over a year in Fort Lauderdale, the swampy destination for all dumpy vacationers.
Discovered the meaning of life: Don’t live in Florida.
Fell in love with the water again, took up a career in the yacht business.
Remembering what a kid in a candy store feels like, for the first time, again.
Touring the coffee fields and tripping on acid in the Valley of Palms.
La Hora Loca: Attending a friend’s wedding and learning that Latinos really know how to party.
U.S. Virgin Islands (2012)
9 months on the docks of St. Thomas. The best, worst decision of my career.
Who the lives in the U.S.V.I., anyways?
6 reasons to live on an island (at least once in your life).
British Virgin Islands (2012)
Drinking mushroom tea at the full moon party in Tortola and growing a monkeytail.
Finding the exact center of what sailors call a “clusterfuck.”
Spent the 4th of July taking orders from a nervous penguin and Eric Decker.
Dominican Republic (2012)
My first to trip to a full-on brothel and why I have no need to return.
Charity: Donating shoes to prostitutes with children (because you’re out of cash).
Rolling your own cigar and how to (not) get hustled like a tourist.
The deepest known natural sink hole in the world and other places to hide dead bodies.
One entire month at the Atlantis Resort gambling, drinking and talking shit to millionaires.
Learned that with a little coyness and an open mind, you still can get by on small budget in the Bahamas.
5 months in the ball-busting capital of South America, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Hustling a Tango Show, working the door at a speak-easy and growing an amazing/disgusting mustache.
Moving to South America to live with my bodacious babe, her identical twin, and a French-Canadian. Living to tell about it.