Category Archives for "Travel"

4 Quick Thoughts on Sofia, Bulgaria

Original post. I recently spent a week in Sofia, Bulgaria. I was quite impressed by the friendliness of the people, the modernity of (some) areas, and the general vibe of the place. As more and more British stag parties continue to gut former great Eastern European destinations, I feel almost hesitant to share information about […]

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  • October 4, 2017

The Girls of Russia

I’ve been releasing a lot of content about Russia lately on some of my other endeavors. Seeing as how Russia is one of the last “untouched” lands where guys can find truly feminine girls (largely thanks to the visa restriction which stops stag parties from hoping on an EasyJet flight for $25), it’s a place that […]

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  • August 30, 2017

It Was In This Moment…I Missed Home

The cashier at the restaurant handed me the credit card terminal. I slid my card into the terminal, as I’d done many times before. As the reciept printed, I removed the card from the terminal—also, as I’d done many times before. It was then she yelled at me. She was speaking a language I couldn’t […]

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  • August 28, 2017

Introducing the Dating Abroad Podcast

I’ve launched a new podcast with the singular niche of dating abroad…because, well—I get a lot of questions about it. This will be a shorter formatted show. Maximum of 30 minutes; straight and to the point. And no, the original podcast isn’t going anywhere. The new podcast will have 2x weekly episodes every Tuesday and […]

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  • August 16, 2017

4 Thoughts About the Digital Nomad Lifestyle After 1+ Year

It seems like it was just a month ago that I penned 25 Thoughts on Life on My 25th Birthday (I just turned 26 recently). I thought that life moved quickly in the first half of last year, but it’s not nothing compared to what happened in the year since. That’s what happens when you life the […]

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  • July 21, 2017

5 Reasons To Hit Up Language Exchanges If You Travel Abroad

In the last year and a half that I’ve live abroad, I’ve learned one thing over and over again—it sucks having to leave people behind. Good friends are hard to come by, and I’ve met quite a few of them during my nomadic time. The problem is that when you’re moving every month, you’re inevitably […]

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  • June 24, 2017

Documenting the British Airways IT Fiasco

Hi British Airways! Unfortunately you have forced my hand in regards to getting my luggage back, compensation and reimbursement for incurred expenses, and all the other general hassle I was put through during your IT outage. This post will document the fall-out afterwards and serve as a warning to others who are flying on British […]

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  • June 3, 2017

What You Need to Know About Chernobyl

[NOTE: This post originally was posted at ROK. More informatin about Chernobyl also was published on Ukraine Living here and here.] While many men from the west spend their days in Kiev daygaming on Khreshchatyk Street and Shevchenko Park, or popping bottles in some of the city’s highest end clubs—there is a whole separate part […]

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  • May 13, 2017

10 Rules of the American Expat

Most people are too scared to do what they want. An American expat is not an uncommon thing. There are many people, in many parts of the world, living life on their own terms. Away from The Man. Unhitched to a mortgage, career track, or any real obligations. Is it for you? For many it […]

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  • May 11, 2017
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