I traveled to India earlier this month and got to experience Gandhi’s 150th birthday celebration while I was there. The holiday is officially known as Gandhi Jayanti and marked by prayer services and tributes across the country. It felt similar to MLK day in the US where school, work, and government are closed. One big […]
Singapore has a reputation for flogging dumb Americans who do not adhere to the country’s strict rules. During an 8-hour layover there last weekend, I tried my hardest not become another statistic. I made a little film about my short experience in this lovely city/country.
The Sierra Nevada mountains are littered with hundreds of spectacular alpine lakes. Unfortunately, most of them are inaccessible to the general public because they’re so remote. One of the grandest exceptions is Faucherie Lake in the Tahoe National Forest. I wouldn’t say that Faucherie is easily accessible because you have to drive two hours off-road […]
Amsterdam is one of my favorite cities in Europe and I was fortunate to travel there for business last week. Even though I spent most of my days working, I still had plenty of time to explore one of the most charming cities on earth. Molly and I last visited Amsterdam nine years ago, so […]
My favorite neighborhood in Cincinnati is Over-The-Rhine. It’s an urban historic district in the middle of downtown that was settled by German immigrants in the mid-1800s. It was originally located north of a canal that resembled the Rhine River in Germany, so locals described it as being “over the Rhine”. The streets are lined with […]
This is likely to be one of the only football-related posts you’ll see on this site. This summer, we visited our friends in Canton, Ohio, which is home to the Football Hall of Fame. By coincidence it happened to be hall of fame induction weekend (or the “enshrinement” as the NFL calls it), so our […]