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…

Police Encounters in the USA Compared to Europe

  I’ve not been arrested yet (knock on wood!). But in the USA, I seem to semi-regularly have annoying little run-ins with police. Many of these stem from college days. While I won’t get into the specific idiotic details, I probably should have been arrested a few times. I was fortunate that I wasn’t. But…

2013 Year End Review- Where We Travelled This Year

  2013 was our second calendar year living in Ireland, and it was a great year exploring the emerald island even further. And like many of the nearly 6 years we’ve lived in Europe, it was also a busy year of globe trotting for us. In total we travelled in 12 different countries this year,…

Similarities Between The USA and Malaysia Bust Cultural Stereotypes

  Anytime you set foot in a new country, you can expect to be surprised by the unexpected. One of the greatest things about travel is the anticipation of the unknown. On one hand, Malaysia is far more culturally different to an American than any European nation, but a big surprise were the similarities between…