This is the true story about baijui, me, and a tattoo. On location in Shanghai, China.
Tokyo. Hold on, it gets nuts. Tokyo is huge first of all. As far as cities go it is spread out like Los Angeles with way more people walking around. It's busy, full of life, and amazing. Finding a place to stay can be a little daunting, but getting around on the subway is easy... Continue Reading →
These are the 5 oldest bars in NYC. You wont believe how many dead people are buried behind the bar of your favorite watering hole.
“Now you know how the ham feels,” the young kid behind the bar with the Shaggy goatee said over my pour, “you’re smack in the middle of it.” It is perhaps the closest way to explain how it feels to be in Edmonton, a city so smack central in a continent not many people make... Continue Reading →
Kyoto is kinda a perfect city. There. I said it. Japan, as a whole, is a mind-blowing experience. If you've read my lead up to this post you will have an understanding that in a world where I have made love to many countries, Japan is probably be the one I'm thinking about while traveling... Continue Reading →
Nara is a beautiful little town. Quiet, out of the way, and not murdered by tourists, it really is a beautiful retreat where you can experience ancient Japan in the modern era. The train here is a quick hop from Osaka, and getting around by foot is a breeze. Arriving at the station we didn't... Continue Reading →
Japan is by far the most foreign place I have ever travelled to. Let me mention that I have been to Bhutan, Pond Inlet above the North Pole, and even the south Bronx. Japan is by far the most xenocentric locations on the globe, and has good reason why that is so. My knowledge of... Continue Reading →