There’s a remarkable community of gypsy travelers who squat inside abandoned caves in Spain. This is my unusual story of spending the night with them. Dinner was surprisingly delicious. You’d never know it came from a dumpster. Earlier that night, my Romanian hosts Sorina & Alex disappeared for about an hour to go “recycling”. I… Continue reading My Caveman Experience: Squatting With Gypsies In Spain
Made up of 8,000 islands, the rugged Bohuslän Archipelago is regarded as one of the world’s great wilderness areas. If you enjoy fresh seafood or sea kayaking, it’s paradise. As part of my West Sweden road trip with Volvo to promote their cool Overseas Delivery Program (free trip to Sweden anyone?), Katie and I spent a few… Continue reading Fishing Villages & Sea Kayaking Around The Bohuslän Archipelago
The city of Gothenburg (Göteborg) is my kind of place. Urban creativity and convenience with nature nearby. Here are some fun things to do in Sweden’s 2nd biggest city. Before I traveled to Sweden, I’d never even heard of Gothenburg. However after spending a few days exploring this important port city I can see why… Continue reading Fun Things To Do In The Swedish City of Gothenburg
Granada is a beautiful little city in the South of Spain where I lived for a month as a digital nomad. Here are some of the best things to do in Granada if you’re passing through! Located at the base of the snowy Sierra Madre mountains, the city of Granada is full of history and… Continue reading Exploring The Best Of Granada On A Budget (Southern Spain)
Have you ever dreamed about seeing the colorful aurora borealis dancing in the night sky? Here’s how to find & photograph the amazing Northern Lights in Iceland! Witnessing the magic of the northern lights at least once is a bucket-list experience for most people. I’ve been lucky enough to see and photograph the “Aurora Borealis”… Continue reading How To See & Photograph The Northern Lights In Iceland
Deep within Iceland’s central highlands, Kerlingarfjöll is a group of small geothermically active and rust-colored mountains capped with snow. Here’s how to organize your own self-drive adventure. Kerlingarfjöll is a lesser-known day-hiking experience not too far away from Iceland’s famous Golden Circle route. It was one of my favorite stops in Iceland! If you want to get… Continue reading Hiking Kerlingarfjöll Geothermal Area (Icelandic Highlands)
There in the distance! A massive long-necked beast slowly emerged from the black depths of Loch Ness. Could it be the legendary monster called Nessie? Loch Ness is a big, cold, deep, and very murky lake in the heart of the Scottish Highlands that holds a secret. For years locals and tourists have reported witnessing… Continue reading Exploring Loch Ness: Home Of The Famous Lake Monster!
Each winter thousands of people march through the streets of Edinburgh with flaming torches to celebrate the Hogmanay New Year. What could possibly go wrong? Actually, nothing goes wrong. Complete strangers join together to walk side by side. Everyone is polite and courteous to each other. When we visited, 35,000 people from around the world… Continue reading Fire Sweeps Through the Streets of Edinburgh for Hogmanay