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I'm a writer, a minimalist and a world traveler.
In 2009 I sold most of what I owned, packed a suitcase and skipped continents to pursue a martial art full-time. I learned a new language. I pushed many comfort zones. I began to blog about it.
In 2012 I changed course. I continue to blog about it.
I write about much of what I've learned, past and present, twice weekly on Milk.Blitz.Street.Bomb.. I also interview incredible people.
The Hogtown Vegan is incredible. It's also located in a great area filled with artists and musicians. In the neighbourhood, particularly moving a bit west on Bloor, you'll find an array of restaurants and cafes. I believe Nazareth has some Ethiopian ... See More
I absolutely agree with Nancie M. In addition, and I don't know if this is the answer you're looking for, pretty much anywhere in Thailand is going to have great street food. Thais are passionate about food and every neighbourhood you'll encounter wi... See More
Chatuchak Weekend Market is worth the trip - I suggest showing up early though - it gets incredibly hot and packed with people. If you can handle it, you can easily spend a day there.http://www.chatuchak.org/ See More
Phanom Rung Historical Park in Buriram province is incredible. Buriram was once part of the Khmer empire and Phanom Rung was built during this period. Some believe it to be a prototype of Angkor Wat. I've been there a number of times and can give you... See More
Hey everyone - I'm considering spending some extended time in Costa Rica and am trying to gauge the average price of accommodations (per month). I'm also curious if there is a tourist price and a local price - basically after living in Thaila... See More