A case in Airbnb

There's a new craze going from town to town, calling on travelers to break the mundane and deconstruct that rigid barrier between local and outsider. This movement is manifest in vehicles such as Airbnb. If you're unfamiliar with the concept think of it as a refined, more mature approach to hosteling or couchsurfing. Which never really took … Continue reading A case in Airbnb

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The City of Roses Part 1: Eats

Landing on "best of" lists every day across the globe Portland, despite it's relatively small population, has created it's very own, unconventional, holistic brand of society. A fusing of localism and sustainability placing PDX as the greenest city in the U.S. For me, PDX has just recently stepped out of the colossal shadow of Seattle. It wasn't … Continue reading The City of Roses Part 1: Eats

An Apology in Photographs

I'm always happy to return home after a vacation. Whether months abroad or a week in South Texas, i'm forever eager to return to my adopted homeland of Kansas City, Missouri. Don't get me wrong I thrive in alien lands and obsess over travel. But it doesn't get much better than being in my tiny apartment … Continue reading An Apology in Photographs

Fragmentary Reflections on a Big Apple

So i've spent the last two years writing about my experiences on the road. Istanbul, Marrakech, Barcelona... the list goes on. Scribbling about iconic cities thousands of miles away it's easy to become adjusted to fixing one's eyes on the horizon, even when some of the worlds most striking sites are right out your front … Continue reading Fragmentary Reflections on a Big Apple