My interest in adventure travel was created during my years as a child. Growing up in an immigrant household in Orange County California, we didn’t have the means to travel. With both parents constantly working, my travels were based on how far I could peddle my bicycle. At the time, The Travel Channel or Anthony Bourdain didn’t exist so the only way I saw the world was by watching nature shows, Jacques Cousteau, or through National Geographic magazines before NAT GEO. Now that I’m able to travel I’ve been able to obtain my childhood travel bucket list of Brazil, Belize, Galapagos, and Alaska. Now, I guess I consider myself a citizen of the world, a Hobo waiting for the next train and wondering its destination.
Talking to friends about my travels can be a little tricky since it can often sound like I’m boasting about my life and leaves me with a lot of information I need to get off my chest. Blogging is a great forum for me, and great therapy, and I also hope to connect with others who have the same interests.
I also have a growing interest in photography but that can be a bit challenging when you’re holding on to a raft or zip lining hundreds of feet over a forest. The other challenge is having a 4-year-old point and shoot so I can see a DSLR in the future.
I’ve created this site to share my past and future expeditions in hopes to entertain, educate, and peak your interest in travel. So ‘follow’ me into this beautiful world.
(This is part of my Blogging 101 course and is a bit redundant if you already read my ‘About Me page’. My apology.)