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Sense of adventure NYC to the tip of South America on a Motorcycle I don’t know how to ride… Some of my favorite travel quotes La Tomatina My Personal Wonders of the World

Sense of adventure

  “There is nothing you can buy, achieve, own, or rent that can fill up that hunger inside for a sense of fulfillment and wonder.” -Anne Lamott My father used to tell me his adventure stories when I was young.

NYC to the tip of South America on a Motorcycle I don’t know how to ride…

My Upcoming Trip   During the past 5 years that I spent traveling I’ve used almost every mode of transportation imaginable and crossed nearly every different type of terrain I can think of. It was always an adventure, always interesting,

Some of my favorite travel quotes

I’ve always been a sucker for a good quote. Here are some of my favorites about, arguably, my favorite topic.   Starting off with one of my favorite French philosophers….   “Traveling is almost like talking with men of other

La Tomatina

 Buñol, Spain Outside of Valencia is the tiny town of Buñol. With a year round average population of about 9,000 the city swells to overflowing with upwards of 40,000 new tomato throwing enthusiasts every year. Crowded is the understatement of

My Personal Wonders of the World

The Eiffel Tower It was the first thing that I saw when I opened my eyes the day I was born. The Eiffel Tower filled my mother’s hospital room window. Not that I can remember that far back, I imagine

Sense of adventure

Sense of adventure

  “There is nothing you can buy, achieve, own, or rent that can fill up that hunger inside for a sense of fulfillment and wonder.” -Anne Lamott My father used to tell me his adventure stories when I was young. I remember lying on the porch, my head in his lap, as he would show [...]

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NYC to the tip of South America on a Motorcycle I don’t know how to ride…

NYC to the tip of South America on a Motorcycle I don’t know how to ride…

My Upcoming Trip   During the past 5 years that I spent traveling I’ve used almost every mode of transportation imaginable and crossed nearly every different type of terrain I can think of. It was always an adventure, always interesting, always fun, always new.   I’ve flown in every type of airplane imaginable. From the [...]

October 19, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Recent 2

Some of my favorite travel quotes

Some of my favorite travel quotes

I’ve always been a sucker for a good quote. Here are some of my favorites about, arguably, my favorite topic.   Starting off with one of my favorite French philosophers….   “Traveling is almost like talking with men of other centuries.” ~ René Descartes   “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way [...]

August 17, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Recent 2

La Tomatina

La Tomatina

 Buñol, Spain Outside of Valencia is the tiny town of Buñol. With a year round average population of about 9,000 the city swells to overflowing with upwards of 40,000 new tomato throwing enthusiasts every year. Crowded is the understatement of the century. The first year that I went we wound up being lucky (although we [...]

August 17, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Recent 0

My Personal Wonders of the World

My Personal Wonders of the World

The Eiffel Tower It was the first thing that I saw when I opened my eyes the day I was born. The Eiffel Tower filled my mother’s hospital room window. Not that I can remember that far back, I imagine everything looked pretty crazy at that moment, coming into existence, a million stimuli hitting me [...]

August 13, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Recent 0

Barcelona Eating

Barcelona Eating

It’s the summer and since I used to spend every summer in Barcelona my friends have begun asking me for advice on where to go, what to see, what to do but more importantly where to eat. So instead of writing the same thing a hundred times…here’s my take on things. There are the obvious [...]

August 1, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Cities, Recent 0

My 10 Favorite Countries

My 10 Favorite Countries

In no particular order…..but France is first…..naturally…… 1.  France The most visited country in the world, by a long shot, and for good reason,  France gets about 20 million (35%) more visitors annually than America and it’s just a tad smaller than Texas. What draws people?  My own personal biases aside…France is amazing. The whole [...]

June 29, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Countries, Recent, Top 10 Lists, Travel 8

How I managed to travel for so long…

How I managed to travel for so long…

My first baby steps to becoming a trader.   I finally got a second to sit down after a pretty crazy 10 day stretch and was trying to think of what the next thing I could write for this thing could be, without hopefully boring anyone to death. Scanning through the emails that I’ve gotten, [...]

June 27, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Education, Recent, Trading 6

Bucket List 1 through 5

Bucket List 1 through 5

Bucket List 1 -5 on my bucket list: I always hear people talking about their bucket lists. I’m sure I suffer the same fate as everyone else — as I check one thing off, 3 more pop up in its place. The more I see, the more  I learn, the more I do, the more [...]

June 16, 2013 Harry@anewyorkertravels.com Recent 1

Three of my favorite beaches

Three of my favorite beaches

3 of my favorite beaches: Life’s a beach…I’m just playing in the sand… No one likes the beach better than my father.  Launching my website on Father’s Day, I want to begin writing about something we both love.  Beaches. Ipanema Beach. Rio de Janeiro, Brasil I first moved to Rio, and to Ipanema in the [...]

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