Here I'm going to explain how to set up your own google map as a way to keep ideas.
I've always got somewhere in the United States that is at the forefront of my mind to visit next. I'm about halfway through visiting all the States (I should go over halfway this summer), so I'm pretty certain now I want to make it to all 50 by the time I die. So where's next for me? … Continue reading Which US City Should I Visit Next?
The thing I was most excited for on my South Africa trip was going cage diving with Great White sharks. It was the first thing I looked into after I booked my flights. The company I booked with works out of Cape Town and because it was the summer period (and they operate during winter … Continue reading Shark Diving in Gansbaai
At Christmas I met my family in Johannesburg Tambo airport to experience the holidays in a different place. We split our time between Pretoria and Cape Town. One of the most important things for us to do as a family was to go on safari. But Kruger is far away and we had limited time … Continue reading Day Safari in Pilanesberg (near Johannesburg) in South Africa
Last year, I cancelled my birthday plans and took myself on a weekend trip to Tokyo to meet my flight attendant friend who was in town. We stayed in Yokohama about an hours train away from Tokyo explored a little bit of Japan. The first day I landed very early in the morning and hung around … Continue reading Yokohama and Tokyo Weekend
Better late than never, somebody says. I disagree with them, but I'm going to use their excuse saying anyway. Back in April this year me and two of my friends booked a trip to Ao Nang in Thailand for a few days away from the Hong Kong bustle. It wasn't a trip ripe with travel … Continue reading Easter trip to Thailand
When the panorama was added to digital cameras and phones it seemed like a fantastic idea. People were using the panorama setting all over the place. But where do you post panoramas? Most social media platforms either want you to crop it or make it too tiny to see. I love the panorama setting as … Continue reading The Wasted Potential of Panoramas