Taste in Travel: Understanding Cultures through Food premium
The number of times I’ve been asked how I became a culinary {and travel} writer is too many to count. Frankly, I’m not exactly sure how to answer. Eating is an essential part of life, and I appreciate good food, whether it’s chicken and rice served from a Singaporean hawker stand or a perfect French […]
June 13, 2013
Getting Down & Dirty in Jordan’s Wadi Rum premium
It’s safe to say that adventure travel is not my niche. I don’t own hiking boots, Velcro water sandals, khaki pants that convert to shorts, anything that resembles an Indiana Jones hat, and much to Traveling Ted’s dismay, I’ve not a fanny pack to my name. But the absence of all these REI staples doesn’t mean […]
May 15, 2013
7 Flights & a Camel {how I got to Maui from Jordan} premium
If there was a prize given by Hawaii to the person who went through the greatest lengths to get to their state {not counting the Polynesians who actually rowed there}, I believe I’d be the hands-down winner.
May 5, 2013
Reflections of My Jordan Journey premium
I’ve since left the salty air of the Dead Sea and the seemingly never-ending blue skies and mountainous, desert landscape of the Middle East, and I can’t help but reflect on the last ten days of my Jordan journey.

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