A belated report from my time in Richmond, Virginia, the former capitol of the Confederate States of America, and current capitol of hip young art students.
On my last half day in Washington DC, I headed to the National Air & Space Museum, and followed a guided tour around to look at crazy cool old planes and spaceships, and spacesuits, and all sorts of stuff. This is a great museum for anyone who loves engineering. They've got the Wright Flyer, The Spirit of St. Louis, Skylab … Continue reading Travel Report: Old Spaceships & Dead Animals
A city full of monuments, memorials, and establishing shots for TV's The West Wing.
Niagara Falls, a whole lot of water, going over a cliff.
My recent trip to Toronto - which is not my favourite Canadian city, but is the home of my favourite IATA airport code.
Some photographs from Akranes, Iceland.
A trip "Into the Glacier" at Langjökull in Iceland.
I am still working out the details (and leaving some details intentionally blank) of my crazy travel plans for next month onwards, but one thing I have decided on is how I'm going to document the trip. Last time round, I had planned to write a running travel log throughout the trip, but after a while, I … Continue reading Future Travel Reports
An introduction as well as a preface? Boy howdy! Why Canada? Okay, so one of the questions you get when you say "hey, I'm going to Canada for a year," is "Why Canada?" Why Canada indeed? When I was a kid there was this cartoon I used to watch, called The Raccoons. The Raccoons was … Continue reading My Year in Canada: Introduction
I went places and saw things. Don't know what I was looking for. Didn't find it. Still looking. That's about it. Cheers.