Back when I began traveling internationally, I decided to write my experiences in a travel blog. My posts included tips, travel information, and stories of personal connection with myself and the people I met along the way. I enjoyed writing my stories in particular, but I soon realized that most other aspects of travel writing - guides, histories, and constant photography - didn’t really appeal to me in the long run, so I decided to end the project and focus more on being present in my experiences.

For the sake of archiving a few things (and because I’m particularly fond of them), I’ve added my favorite set of stories here on this site. If cycling abroad is your thing, maybe you’ll enjoy reading them.

Cycling Cuba to Viñales


A motorcycle with a military helmet in Nam Định, Việt Nam
Nam Định, Việt Nam
La Bodeguita del Medio, birthplace of the mojito, Havana, Cuba
La Bodeguita del Medio, birthplace of the mojito - Havana, Cuba
a tree in the desert-like countryside of Cuba
Countryside - Cuba
dawn before sunrise in the Nevada desert, black with a strip of light on the horizon
Dawn in the desert - Nevada, USA