This gallery contains 9 photos.
Since departing Amsterdam my posts have been erratic, mainly comprised of videos that fail to tell the full story of my onward journey. I’ll fill you in here. After Amsterdam I went to England to spend New Years with my … Continue reading
This gallery contains 4 photos.
After a long and arduous internship search, I wound up receiving and accepting an offer to work at a company that was near the top of my list the entire time: United Parcel Service. UPS. I was invited to work … Continue reading
This gallery contains 2 photos.
The first time I flew into Nicaragua I was asleep. That I am sure of. I was up late and awoke very early for the flight. I had been traveling constantly for two years at that point and I was … Continue reading
Tomorrow, if all goes according to plan, I will be headed to Nicaragua for a visit, approximately one year after I completed my Peace Corps Service and left the country. The immediate occasion of my visit is the wedding of … Continue reading
Hello. It’s me. I was wondering if after all this time you were wondering where I was. Surprise! Hello from the other side. I came home for Thanksgiving. Some things with my family conspired last week to make a trip … Continue reading
Posted in Second Goal, Travel
Tagged 25, Adele, air travel, airplane, family, friends, friendship, Hello, New York, NY, NYC, Puerto Rico, Tarrytown, Thanksgiving, Travel, vacation, Westchester
When I set up my Kickstarter crowd-fund to finance the continuation of this blog, I offered a series of awards to my backers. One of the awards was a “digital interview.” Backers could send me one question about my life … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps
Tagged backers, bicycle, bike, crowd funding, crowdfund, crowdfunding, digital interview, family, food, friends, interview, Kickstarter, nightlife, rewards
One of my best friends in Nicaragua is Ruben. He is a fellow Volunteer, and lives in the town of Achuapa. It is in the northern reaches of the Department of León. He closes his service on October 27, and … Continue reading
Posted in Logistics
Tagged Achuapa, agricultural tourism, agro-tourism, camp, coffee, day off, friend, friends, friendship, grapes, hibiscus, hiking, León, logistics, Pennsylvania, sesame, solar system, summer nights, tahini, tourism, wine