Meet the Nomads: FLIP Interview

Lisa and George had the pleasure recently to be interviewed on Flipnomad.com. Read the first question: How did you discover your passion for travelling? George: “I learned how much I loved to travel through my parents especially my mom. We took family trips to the Bahamas, Mexico, Hawaii and Israel. It was such a passion for … Continued

George featured on the Huffington Post!

George’s first article published on the Huffington Post website!   It starts: A few weeks ago my wife, Lisa Niver Rajna, published an article in the Huffington Post titled, “Terrorized By My Bike, 5 Years until I am 50.” She pondered whether she was still up for adventure at her age and why she was … Continued

Into North Korea – Part 2

The next day is triumphal, the morning enormous as the sky. We visit the Revolutionary Regional Museum, fronted by ectype Siberian tigers, which still roam these mountains, and are traditional symbols of a unified Korea. Inside, the displays celebrate the North Korean victories over Japan and America, including a video of such shown on Toshiba … Continued

Chiang Mai’s Fighting Dwarves

For my first ever overseas trip, I was ready to be surprised. I wanted to be surprised. The only thing I expected was that I would be surprised. My first few weeks in Chiang Mai delivered all that and more. I left Australia in early October to study English teaching. I felt I needed to … Continued

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Theme Park Fun in Orlando

A holiday to Disneyland was every kid’s dream when I was growing up and it finally became a reality last year, albeit as an adult. But better late than never! The theme parks are not just for kids any more and in fact parents probably look forward to it just as much as their kids thanks to … Continued

A Moroccan Adventure

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get tired of this modern age: the constant beeping, the ringtones, the crashing lap tops. So after my third hard drive crash in as many months I decided to remove myself from the modern world, if only for a short while. Computers are made from silicon, right? … Continued

IMPACT – Featured on the Huffington Post

My article on the 45×45 Project was featured on the Huffington Post website this December. First Paragraph: During the time around Thankgiving, I always think about gratitude. For my 45th birthday (October 18), I created a project 45×45. For the 45 days before I turned 45 I asked 45 people to donate $45 in order to … Continued

Bangkok in the Pouring Rain! (video)

Video: Bangkok in the Rain Watching the rain from Rambuttri Village Inn lobby seemed like being on a movie set. I had never seen it rain so hard for so long. People were walking into the lobby soaking wet. It almost seemed like the movie, The Truman Show, where someone stood over you with a … Continued

Into North Korea – Part 1

(Note: this piece does not explore or comment upon any political or ideological aspects of North Korea, nor does it pass any judgments or make critiques…there are many books and articles that do that…but rather this is merely an account of travel through a remarkable and little-known land as a guest of the state.) It’s … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel