I'm an entrepreneur and I travel 130+ days a year. I eat great food and take a ton of pictures.
When I'm not travelling, I meditate with a chainsaw cutting down trees and keeping the grounds.
My wife and I want to go for a month of RNR with our 8 month old baby in September 2016. We want to go somewhere safe and not have to travel around a lot - maybe stay 2 x 2 weeks in 2 locations. Budget - approx $10.000 in total. Advice is much appreciated! See More
If you only have 2-3 hours, I would go to Venice Beach Boardwalk and Abbot Kinney. Start at the boardwalk, look at people, the skate part, "posers" doing workouts and then go through the canals of "Venice". S Venice... See More
I'm in Singapore for a week, working and got the evenings/weekend off. Any Trippyans got some advice for what I should eat, see, do and shop for? I'm a "foodie", whatever that is - I love great food - and consider myself someone who tries hard to avoid... See More
There is so much great food, but below is a list of my favourites in SF: I would have pizza at Pizzeria Delfina - great pizzas, truly. Burgers at Umami Burger - one of my top burger spots in California. Pork chops(awesome!)... See More
Fun and games-kinda musical: Book of Mormon! - http://www.bookofmormonbroadway.com/tickets or a "real" musical: A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder - http://www.agentlemansguidebroadway.com/ See More
3 weeks or more. You are travelling to the end of the world and you want to have plenty of time. Most people I've talked to say that they had too little time, regardless of it being 3, 5 or 12 weeks in NZ :) See More
My top 3 would be the following: 1. Umami Burger Awesome burgers, both "classical" and more modern takes. My favourite is the Manly Burger (pictured) with a Mexican coke (the one with cane sugar) - this is actually my favourite burger in... See More
I would suggest Le Comptoir du Relais. It is not cheap, but worth the money. Everything is good, so take what you feel like. One thing though: You are in Paris. Waiters can have their own agenda, so play by their rules :) See More
I'd go for Airbnb for sure. However, parking is "hell" in SF - that is my experience at least having visited 10+ times over the last 2.5 years. Some neighbourhoods are better than others, but generally it can be pretty hard to find parking all-over SF and... See More