8 Christmas Gifts for a World Traveler

8 Christmas Gifts for a World Traveler

Shopping for a globetrotter or global denizen you love? Here’s my selection of Christmas gifts that the world traveler or third culture kid in your life would appreciate. 1. Moleskin Cahier Journal (Set of 3) These are my favorite little notebooks.I always have one in my shoulder bag to jot down thoughts, addresses, or names. […]

YOU ARE HERE | literary maps and the imagination

YOU ARE HERE | literary maps and the imagination

“I am told there are people who do not care for maps, and I find it hard to believe.” – Robert Louis Stevenson I remember the time before GPS and Google maps, when I used paper maps for my trips and loved them. I still do, believe it or not, having yet to accept the […]

Palaces, Power, & Poetry in Two Parts | Honolulu & San Francisco

Palaces, Power, & Poetry in Two Parts | Honolulu & San Francisco

Part 1 – Honolulu At the mention of a trip to Honolulu, you may think of beach days, umbrella-topped cocktails, and photo-op sunset cruises. I don’t blame you. However, for a more discerning traveler, there’s a place in downtown Honolulu that is one of my favorite sights in the city, especially at night, when the […]

Iceland | Author Country

Iceland | Author Country

If I could stomach the term “bucket list” I’d say that a trip to Iceland is now on my bucket list. But I can’t accept this trite description—that people these days often adopt—which basically means a heap of things to “get to eventually” but make sure to do before one dies. If we truly think […]