Growing up in a bucolic town a few hours north of Philadelphia, this child dreamed of exploring the world. In my youth, I trekked across the USA’s contiguous states over summer vacations with my parents, both teachers. After graduating from university with a degree in history and comparative religion, I lived in New York and then Los Angeles. Now I am an ex-pat working in London.
Which brings me to my passion for travel, this craft of writing and finding my voice through this travel diary of a wannabe globe trekker. My American multi-national employer funds my travel-habit in exchange for 50 or so hours per week of my time and expertise. I still dream of new adventures, seeing the world and spreading a bit of kindness and goodwill to the places I visit. With no entrenched principles except respect of difference and value for life, all of my other opinions are subject and likely to change for fun and without notice.
Life isn’t short, it’s precious ~ cherish your journey and I hope you enjoy mine.