Travel

  • Travel Beer Drinking Internship

    By / March 23, 2016 / Events

    Did “Travel Beer Drinking Internship” get your attention? I just heard about an awesome internship today, so but you have to move quick because the application period ends March 26th!   World of Beer is hiring 3 “Drink it interns” to travel around the world to various breweries and taverns, trying beer, and sharing the stories…. [read more]

  • Convertible Pants

    By / March 23, 2016 / Gear

    I used to think Convertible Pants were only for nerdy dads. Then, I experienced waking up early for a hike in the 40’s, only to have it warm into the 70s by the afternoon. I quickly realized how great it can be to switch from pants to shorts, and anyone who travels very much can relate to… [read more]

  • Anker Portable Chargers

    By / March 9, 2016 / Gear

    Since I like to pass on tips about gear that I recommend, I have to apologize for not talking about the Anker Portable Chargers sooner. These rechargeable battery packs can power a wide range of devices and they are very affordable, making them one of the best bang for the buck of any of my gear.  … [read more]

  • Vice Guide to Austin

    By / March 4, 2016 / City Recap

    As some of you may know, I am based in Austin, Texas. Vice.com just came out with their Guide to Austin, just in time for SXSW. This is a pretty long read, but it really does a good job of describing the different areas and vibes around the city. That is all, I just wanted… [read more]

  • Austin City Limits Music Festival

    By / October 16, 2015 / Events

    Austin City Limits Music Festival is a giant outdoor concert in Austin, Texas. Better known as ACL, the event has world famous bands and musicians performing on several stages over multiple days in early October.   Tickets In 2015, ACL had 8 stages of music over two weekends. Visitors can purchase single day passes for… [read more]

  • Angels Landing – Zion Canyon

    By / August 3, 2015 / Hikes, National Parks

    Zion National Park has many memorable hikes, like the Narrows and the Subway, but if you are looking for something that tests your fear of heights, then Angels Landing should top your list.   Angels Landing is a peak in the Zion Canyon of Zion National Park. The total hike is 5 miles round trip,… [read more]

  • The Narrows – Zion Canyon

    By / August 2, 2015 / Hikes, National Parks

    The Narrows is one of the most memorable hikes I have ever been on. Located at the very North end of the Zion Canyon section of Zion National Park, the hike itself winds up the Virgin River through narrow canyons that reach up into the sky. At the right time of the day, light reflects inside… [read more]

  • Arches National Park

    By / July 31, 2015 / National Parks, Outdoors

    Arches National Park is just a few miles outside of Moab, Utah, and it offers visitors views of natural wonders. Arches are formed when softer rock is worn away from other layers that are either harder, or protected by their surroundings, leaving a rock arch or bridge behind. Arches National Park has many of these… [read more]

  • Canyonlands National Park

    By / July 30, 2015 / National Parks, Outdoors, Travel Tips

    Canyonlands National Park is a park with incredible views looking down into large canyons, and entry is only $10 per vehicle (or free entry with an annual pass). Canyonlands itself is made up of 3 sections that are divided by the Green River and the Colorado River. Island in the Sky is the North section, and… [read more]

  • Colorado National Monument

    By / July 20, 2015 / National Parks, Outdoors

    Colorado National Monument is a nice park that is hidden near Grand Junction Colorado. The park sits atop the Colorado Plateau, which gives great views and nice weather despite the red rock desert climate. Entry is $10 per vehicle, or an annual pass gets you in for free. Colorado National Monument is not as large as… [read more]

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