Wining And Dining And Repeating — Father And Son In Argentina

You may think now is the time to go to Argentina. I, on the other hand, have been making Argentina a playground of mine long before an anarchocapitalist got elected president. Not only am I invested in having a great time in Argentina, I’m invested in promoting statelessness — so much so that I have…

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Amazon River Cruising — Father And Son In Brazil Part 2

After a few beautiful and busy days with my dad in Rio de Janeiro, we were ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime (his lifetime, specifically 😅). While I’ve already traveled all around the world, my father had barely stepped foot outside of Europe before I lured him out to visit Latin America…

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Reunited In Rio — Father And Son In Brazil Part 1

I’ve traveled the world far and wide, but one dream I hadn’t accomplished until this year was to visit Brazil with my dad. He had hardly ever traveled outside of Europe, except for a few trips to the U.S.A. in the 1980s and the one time he joined me for a trip to Dubai. He…

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Guyana And Suriname: The Outlier Countries Of South America

Guyana and Suriname may be worth visiting, but they are not worth planting flags in… if I’m going to start off this blog post very frankly.  Let’s consider my experience at immigration. That was very telling. In Suriname it took me 3 hours to get through immigration after landing at the airport. Guyana wasn’t very…

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Going To The Galapagos — A Perpetual Traveler’s Dream Trip

Have you ever dreamt of traveling to the Galapagos Islands? I have.  It wasn’t enough for me to just dream of walking and snorkeling among exotic creatures of every sort in the volcanic equatorial islands that Charles Darwin visited on the HMS Beagle. I had to be there.  I don’t just travel to check boxes.…

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