The tale of Andrew's trip to SXSW in Austin, Texas, where he spent most of his time living in a bus in a succession of Walmart parking lots before working the largest musical meat grinder. Read about... More > brushes with the law, schedules tighter than a duck's behind & the inevitable fires.< Less
In a bygone era, traveling across the country meant taking a train to your destination. Both wealthy and poor alike would ride the rails to complete whatever task, business or pleasure they had.... More > Generations have romanticized this mode of travel and in our modern age it seems that many people are more likely to take a plane or a car. Have you ever wanted to hop on a train like a hobo and see where it takes you? Join Erik "Skippy" Sund as he rides the rails to cities across America to find out who and how people travel across the country. This three month trek to discover transit across America and see what it takes to undertake a journey where you never stop in one place for more than a few days will give you a peek into how and why people travel.< Less
In the autumn of 2003, the author made his first trip to Greece.
It was partly a scouting trip to Athens in preparation for his return to see the Olympics the following year, but it was was also a... More > leisure trip, to fulfill a long standing desire to see some of the famous archaeological sites of Greece.
In this, the fifth in his My Lone Travels series, solo traveler David Sakho describes his experiences in Athens and on the islands of Santorini and Crete.< Less