I've got itchy feet
The kind that keeps me moving and seeing the world.
Prior to joining the Navy in 1992, I had only visited five states in my entire life. Twenty-eight years later, I’ve visited 72 countries and there is still so much more to see. I have been a drone hobbyist for four years and an amateur photographer for two years ( I really regret not taking photos with a real camera from the beginning). I love visiting new countries and interacting with the local citizens to get the authentic experience each country has to offer. I have met people from all over the world and I will cherish those friendships forever. This website was designed to take you on a journey of my life for the past 28 years and beyond. LET’S GO!
My favorite place
to visit is Thailand. I fell in love with Thailand on my first visit in 2009. There is nowhere else in the world that you can get a professional full body massage, a full dinner, and a beer for under $20. I loved Thailand so much that I bought a condo there with hopes of returning after retirement. To this date, I have been to Thailand over 25 times. It’s no secret that Thailand has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Did you know that Thailand is home to about 1430 islands?
My favorite place
to live is Singapore. I resided in Singapore for three years and it was the best place I have ever lived. Singapore is known as a modern city with very little inconveniences. It is by cialis professional, safest, and most modern country in the world. Singapore measures 31 miles from east to west and 17 miles from north to south, and yet it hosts an average of 18.5 million visitors a year. Singapore is known for its cheap food stands (hawker centers), Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore Sling (adult beverage), Orchid Perfumes, Tiger Balm products, the Merlion, and Asian artifacts. There were at least 15 countries I could travel to from Singapore on a six hour or less flight.
I have been so blessed
for this amazing opportunity to travel and pass my passion down to my kids. As a father of four and grandfather of two, my family takes traveling just as serious as I do. I will also share their journeys with you. So if you are ready to explore, grab your mouse and click away. Don’t forget to comment below where you think I should go next or what you would like to see through my eyes.