My name is Robert and I’ve been traveling now for four years. Not full time but will be out of the USA for about two to three months. When I do travel it’s usually solo and backpacking through rural areas. I’ve been to 24 countries in the last four years. Not much for true traveling standards but I’m far from finished. What started as a purely volunteer trip has turned into trekking, climbing, and exploration. What started with New Zealand now includes countries such as Venezuela, Nepal, and Spain. My goal is to travel full time and to go to more rural places backpacking. I’m also on a mission to climb the seven summits. This quest will be over a 8 year period. The mission of this blog is to not only document, but take you along with me on all these journeys around the world.
This is my first backpackers guide. So feel free to leave feedback and let me know what you think. Also I want to keep things relatively short and share some key insights into my experience in Jordan. This is also my first time in the Middle East and a trip I won’t forget. The People: I’m … Continue reading My backpackers guide to Jordan
One of the best qualities of happiness is genuine kindness. Feeling it in your soul then bringing it out to the world around you. If you’re not a happy person then it’s simply not possible. It will come across as “fake” and others will notice. One of the keys for me is not is not … Continue reading The Art of Kindness
One of the best things travel has taught me is “going with the flow”. I can’t tell you how many times through a trip where things that you just didn’t see coming happen and now you have to adjust. One of the most important things I can get across in this post is to never … Continue reading The Art of the Unplanned
The life you live is the one you attract. Your past is not what defines you, but what you think about most is who you are. “As you think, so shall you be”. What you see all around you is what you wanted in some form or fashion. Now I know … Continue reading The Art of Attraction