All About Singapore

The Republic of Singapore is a very small country found just south of Malaysia. Singapore is so small you could probably drive from one end of the country to the other in around forty-five minutes. It’s also exceptionally hot and humid on top of the cost of living being expensive because Singapore has no natural resources and therefore everything is imported. It’s uncommon to find non-English speakers in Singapore as…

Taking On The Smoky Mountains

Why did I want to hike the Smoky Mountains? The real question is why not? So I bought a cheap plane ticket to meet my twin brother at his home in Atlanta and drove his BMW to Gatlinburg. He’s an experienced hiker while I’m pretty much a novice so I plain and simple had nothing to lose on this…

Exploring Atlanta

Four days in the capital of Georgia with nothing to do but explore. Here’s what I found and here’s why I loved my time here. World of Coco-Cola My dad drinks nothing but coke, I mean literally he always has a Coca-Cola for lunch or dinner. Personally, I prefer a little Jack with my coke but…

Day Trip to Miami

Miami is heavily influenced by Hispanic culture, namely Cuban. As of late a toxic algae has unfortunately tainted the water making it green and foul-smelling and many of the curious and active fish and manatees are gone as well as the infamous beaches being no longer safe to visit for the time-being. Wynwood Walls: Overrun by hipsters…

Culture Shock: 30 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Singapore

Laws: Don’t spit or loiter, Singapore is extremely clean because hefty fines are faced by loiterers. Don’t chew gum or even posses large amounts, they are banned to keep the country clean. Don’t do or bring drugs, Singapore can use capital punishment for drug use or possession. Five hundred grams of cannabis can be met with death…

How to Spend Three Days in Richmond

James River: Virginia State Capitol: Virginia Historical Society: The Museum of the Confederacy: St. John’s Episcopal Church: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Edgar Allen Poe Museum: Kabana Rooftop Bar: Street Art: Architecture: Railroads:

Foods You Must Try in Singapore!

Build Your Own Soup! Market Vegetables! My Choice: Bok Choy Roasted Duck: Market Fish! My Choice: Calamari Market Fruits! My Choices: Mangosteen, Durian, Passion Fruit, & Thai Coconut    Bakkwa: Salty-Sweet Dried Pork Chili Crab: Market Pastries & Desserts! My Choice: Create Your Own Shaved Ice

Nashville: A Drinking City with a Music Problem

What brought me to Nashville? A soft spot for country and whiskey, an intrigue towards troubadours and honky tonks, and an obsession with the Man in Black. I’ll try anything once and found myself roaming with new groups every night, exploring the parks and city together during the day, trying the famous hot chicken and barbeque and drinking the night away…

A Quick Guide to New Orleans: District by District

Why visit New Orleans, Louisiana? The abundance of art and history, the authentic creole and Cajun food, and of course the bars and booze! French Quarter: Jackson Square, The Cablido (Left), St. Louis Cathedral (Center) & The Presbytere (Right) The Cablido pays homage as an American history museum while The Presbytere tells the story of New Orleans residents’ survival after Hurricane Katrina…

Impact Wrestling: A Kid in the Ring

When you were 8-years-old and had 60 minutes before your 9pm bedtime what would you watch for an hour with your dad, older brother, and a bowl of popcorn? WRESTLING! You’d beg your mom for another five minutes time and again, pulling every trick in the book to finish watching the main event. Pretending to…

Travel Hack: Quick Tips For The Novice Traveler

1. Check-in to your flights online to save a long, unnecessary wait at the airport. Nearly all airlines have a mobile app you can download for free. 2. Carry your wallet and phone in your front pockets, better safe than sorry. 3. Turn off your mobile data to avoid a costly bill, unless you’re one…