Eating Through Boston’s Historic Towns

Boston is famous for being the birthplace of the American Revolution, and being a beacon in the world of higher education with the nation’s oldest university in Harvard and other world class universities like MIT in Cambridge. It’s a great city for exploring America’s history and taking in pretty sites like a stroll along the…

How to Spend One Day in Oslo

  By Alex Kallimanis: Awhile back I had the chance to spend one day in Oslo, which was fantastic. I’d previously been staying with extended family in Sweden and needed to get back to Amsterdam, where we were living at the time. So I bought a one-way ticket a couple weeks ahead of time on…

Tips on Traveling With Sleep Apnea

A few years ago I was diagnosed with sleep apnea (breathing stoppages while sleeping, which deprives the brain of oxygen and can cause a myriad of increased health risks if not treated). I was scarily prescribed a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine, with an attached air hose and a face mask to wear at…

Cantillon Brewery: Last Lambic Brewery in Brussels

Away from the touristy Delirium Cafe and it’s world record 2,000 beers on offer is a lesser-known gem, the family run Cantillon Brewery in Brussels. Cantillon has been brewing lambic beer with the same equipment since their inception in 1900. The active brewery and museum reside in a quiet residential neighborhood and apart from visiting…

Cantillon brewery in Brussels

Interview with Award Winning Foreign Correspondent, Conor O’Clery: Part Two

  Last month I had the privilege to sit down with two time Irish Journalist of the Year and author of 8 books, Conor O’Clery, for an interview on travel, expat life, and his many years of hard work as a foreign correspondent. That was actually my second meeting with Conor, as we’d first met…