Do you have to have cash?

In The End of Money and the Future of Civilization, Thomas H. Greco states: Money is such a basic feature of our everyday lives that a world without it almost inconceivable. It is a thing as necessary as air, water, food—because, in a developed economy, it is by the process of exchange that we acquire … Continued

Vanuatu: An Interesting Planet

I have not always been very interested in Earth Science or Volcanoes. I distinctly remember Seventh Grade Earth Science being incredibly dry. I think I could have fallen asleep but I was too much a goody-goody to actually close my eyes in class. During my seven years at sea, it came as a real surprise … Continued

Early Retirement in Hawaii

Today we are honored to present an article from G Kamana from his Hilo office. After knowing this “Healer in the Streets” for many years, I am certain you will be inspired by his literal and figurative journeys. I’ve decided to retire early. At the ripe age of 34, with only 2 days until my … Continued

Cruising in 2012: Free Will at Sea, But What About Free Wi-Fi?t

After spending seven years sailing the seven seas like Julie McCoy on the Love Boat, I was recently back on board with for a family celebration. I agree with Terrance Richardson that to continue to capture the attention of travelers, cruise lines will need to meet their 21st century demands about things like wi-fi! Enjoy … Continued

The Real Troy

Personally I love cities with walls especially ones you can walk on! Some of my favorites include: Xi’an, Lucca, and Dubrovnik. Now I cannot wait to see the real Troy, maybe we can go see it together! A trip to the legendary city of Troy is a real and exciting possibility  and this part of … Continued

Greetings from Afghanistan

“Greetings from Afghanistan” is written by our friend, Shane, who is working with USAID. He was in the Peace Corps with George in Paraguay. We hope he will send us many posts from his experiences; here is his first one: Hello friends and family, I have arrived in Kandahar, after a long week in Kabul. … Continued

Uttaradit to Sukhothai

  Our Thailand adventures in 2008 including meeting Alanna and Atom at the falafel cart on Koh San Road in Bangkok. George and I met so many wonderful vagabonds, travelers and explorers on our journey. We will be bringing you more and more of their stories on our expanded site. Enjoy Alanna’s adventure: Uttaradit to … Continued

Wandering the Westside

A Wonderful Weekend in Downtown Manhattan Arriving in style from JFK to the Upper East side with Groundlink, I knew I started my weekend well. I loved my airport pickup with Richard in his brand new Mercedes. Groundlink’s app is easy to use and their service will be starting soon in Los Angeles, I can’t … Continued

Wanderlust and Volunteerism

“Wanderlust is a strong, innate desire to rove or travel about,” as defined by Dictionary.com. Traveling is a requirement for George and I and right now we are in Hawaii. Lucky for you, Christine Maxfield offered to share about her recent year of volunteerism around the globe. I know you will be inspired by her … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel