It is your reaction to adversity, not the adversity itself, that determines how your life’s story will develop. July 25, … Continue reading Beaten but NOT Broken
Whether you are off for a weekend trip, a month or a long-term adventure of a lifetime, it is a … Continue reading How to Stay Healthy While on the Road
“Did you realize that a single carabiner was holding your life the entire time?” a freakish friend told me as I … Continue reading When in Rio: How to Hang Glide in 5 Steps
Escaderia Selaron and the entire neighborhood of Lapa and Santa Teresa might be tagged as the home of hipsters and weed junkies but what I would remember from the place more than the brightly colored tiles that Jorge Selaron patiently and meticulously rebuilt each step. For me, it is the home of passionate people. Continue reading How Escadaria Selaron taught me about Passion
On a humid night along the shores of Copacabana, what could an Indian, Australian, Lebanese, German, French, Moroccan, American, and a Filipino possibly share in common? Continue reading When in Rio: Gringo & Rio
For many, Rio de Janeiro is synonymous with Cristo Redentor, the Sugarloaf, or the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. While … Continue reading Fearless in Favelas: The City within a City
My first time backpacking during winter. What did I bring and how I managed -20 temperature? Read more. Continue reading What to pack: Winter in Georgia
Ever wondered what is on the opposite side of the world right at this very moment? Continue reading What is your antipodal destination?
Instead of taking a “Midnight train to Georgia”, I took a midnight flight and arrived in Tblisi early morning. Why? Continue reading Why (not) GEORGIA?