DRIFTER TALES: Why You Should Never Be Too Busy Travelling to Pay It Forward [Kahului, Maui, Hawaii]
by Paul Riel
On a recent trip to the island of Maui, Hawaii, my brother Paully Wog* learned a life lesson through a simple act of kindness. He shared his experience on Facebook, so I decided to share it here. This is what happened...
*Some names have been altered
Did I tell you how much I HATE Cancer? Pay it forward, and maybe you'll get yourself some free Taco Bell.
While the desire to pack up and travel the world without any planning sounds like quite the journey, it's best that you take a few proactive steps before venturing out into the possible unknown.
I don’t say this to be a worrywart or a killjoy, I just want your dream trip to be free of unnecessary setbacks—so look at this as more of a “How to ensure your travels are relaxing and not bogged down.”
Trying different foods while you’re out exploring the sights is a big part of holidays in South East Asia.
Visit just about any town or city in the region and you’ll find vendors selling all kinds of dishes. They look and smell tempting, with the aroma of spices and the colorful ingredients hanging above the cart or stall. But how to choose?
12 Tasty Filipino Dishes: Southeast Asian "Soul-Food" Recipes To Make Your Taste Buds Tingle! [Philippines]
The secret is out, Filipino food is on the rise! With more and more award winning Filipino themed restaurants cropping up across the nation, Americans are finally getting an elevated taste of the soul-stirring comfort food many hundreds of millions of Filipinos have been enjoying in their own home kitchens for generations!
A mixture of salty and sweet, soft and crunchy and slimy and crispy, this dish is a great example of a 'love it or hate it' flavor profile! In Chinese, it's called 皮蛋, or pídàn, meaning leather or skin egg. In English, it's commonly referred to as Century Egg or Thousand Year Egg.
I'm JR. I come from a long line of adventurers, some were nomadic explorers of the sea and others wandering cultivators of the earth. Ultimately, this legacy of drifters has deeply affected my view of travel. Read more...