Updated: 01/26/2018 | January 26th, 2018 Chester, England an old city. It was founded in 79 A.D. as a fortress for northern expansion of the Roman empire. The city itself is still surrounded by ancient walls and has one of the most complete wall systems in England. During the early industrial revolution, it became a […]
For parties and beaches, there is no better place to turn other than Haat Rin, the backpacker party mecca of Southeast Asia. Travelers come for one thing: The Full Moon Party, an event that turns out 10,000-40,000 people each month, depending on the time of year.
Philadelphia is an eclectic, historic, and quite interesting city and is home to the Constitutional Convention, the World Series-winning Phillies, swing state voters, and greasy cheese steaks. One of the best aspects about the city of brotherly love is the history – you can’t walk anywhere without tripping over it.
Posted: 05/15/2017 | May 15th, 2017 After my visit to Bali, I totally saw why so many expats move there. Bali is a beautiful, cheap, and verdant tropical island worthy of everything that is written about it. If it had better Internet and ended those rolling blackouts, I would move there. Except not for Kuta […]
Posted: 03/13/2017 | March 13th, 2017 Cairns is Australia’s gateway to northern Queensland. From here you can visit the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree rainforest, the Atherton tablelands, Cape Tribulation, and much more. Cairns is a pretty typical tropical city in that life focuses here on relaxing, staying cool, moving slowly, and enjoying nature. Cairns […]
As the Southern cotton economy expanded on the back of slave labor in the early 1800s, towns designed to transport the cotton emerged on the Mississippi River: New Orleans, Memphis, Vicksburg, and Natchez. Located high on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, Natchez, Mississippi, was established by French colonists in 1716. The defensible strategic location […]