The next adventure in Cuba

I am convinced about a few things in life; – Every college football team should play 9 conference games and a championship game. – Christian McCaffrey should have won the Heisman in 2015. – Traveling is one of life’s greatest gifts. I’m also convinced that we all have an amazing story in this life, and […]

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Unexplainable but let’s try

Some things in life have a reason. Why we enjoy PB&J may be because we grew up having it every day. Why we love music may be because our mother sang to us each night. Why we adore sports may be due to the childhood friends we had. But traveling, for me, is unexplainable. Sure […]

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Feel the fear

Portugal. One of the most breathtaking places this planet has to offer. City life. Countryside. And of course, a beach that many cannot rival. And today, was all about meeting her after only flirting with the waves of Portugal two years ago along the Camino De Santiago with my Dad. It began as a hesitant […]

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Our Alchemists

Along the Spain countryside we drive – exploring each lonely road that is rarely traveled. As I stare out the window I laugh to myself…then out loud. Thinking back the furthest place from southern Spain and Andalusia…I think back to living in Dalton, PA. There, I truly only have one vivid memory. Each morning, myself […]

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The Magic of Travel

Traveling is magical. From meeting strangers who become long term friends, people who you fall in love with for a few days or someone you meet randomly to only have a 3 hour conversation and never talk to again. Yes, traveling is magical. And I’ve heard many times that it too is ‘scary.’ In particular, […]

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Traveling.

Traveling. I wish i could describe it. Truly i do. Sitting on the ground at 11:42 pm in front of the Arc De Triupf, as a local guitar and bongo player recite Rodrigo y Gabriela, the only thing i can type is that the feeling of traveling matches the excitement of pre game, rivals the […]

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Life In A Walk

Can you remember the last phone call you had with your Dad? Can you recall his voice, the stories he told and the life lessons he shared? Neither did Yogi Roth. Yogi Roth realized that he had never dealt with the emotions stemming from his father’s battle with prostate cancer. In a single moment, Yogi decided […]

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Brasil Day 9

Wrapping up this incredible trip now. As I do with all my travels: At 19, my Dad retired from one of his careers. After calling his office to congratulate him, I was told he already left, but that his shoes were under his old desk. Of course I called home to tell him about his […]

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Brasil Day 8

Another awesome day here in Brasil. Enjoyed the day so much I took less pictures, but here’s a couple from a wild day where the host nation Brasil and neighboring country, Colombia, both advanced into the quarterfinal of the World Cup. ‘Come on in,’ said the Atlantic. During my morning surf session in Maracaipe: in honor of Brasil and Colombia advancing in […]

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Brasil Day 7

Off day in the World Cup meant more exploring this beautiful nation once again. Check out some the photos and stories from my seventh day in Brasil: After attempting these radically fast waves, got to watch this guy and what I imagined to be his 8 year old brother rip it on the beach of Maracaipe, Brasil: Between […]

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