“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
Friday December 15th 2017

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All Good Things Must Come to an End

All Good Things Must Come to an End

It’s 8:30am Monday morning and I’m averaging around 3mph sitting in Atlanta’s awful rush-hour traffic.  I come up on an exit about 12 stops before where I need to go and I have a flashback.  Just 5 days ago, I was on a cliff in Panama and I immediately said to myself “Dude, it’s not

Traveler Spotlight – Gray

Traveler Spotlight – Gray

Another installment of Traveler’s Spotlight on Jay Travels.  This spotlight features Gray from the SoloFriendly travel blog. Gray enjoys traveling, writing, photography, and hanging out with friends. A lifelong Vermonter, she tends to hibernate in the winter and thrives in warm, sunny weather. Her ultimate goal is to make a living ...[Read More]

Bangkok, Thailand – Dangerously Hot

Bangkok, Thailand – Dangerously Hot

Bangkok is an amazing city; the weather, the food and the politics are all as hot as can be. Thai Kickboxing, the Grand Palace, Tiger Temple tour, the Thai Cooking Class and some of the best massages I've ever had in my life were the highlights of my visit.

Product Review – Google Voice

Product Review – Google Voice

Google’s goal is to provide you with a single number and an integrated mailbox to manage all of your mobile, landline and VOIP needs and for the most part it succeeds. Excellent call quality, enhanced calling features, Smartphone apps and free domestic calling are just a few of the excellent features. Throw in free international calling back ...[Read More]

Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico

There are tons of watersport activities to do in Cancun. Throw in world class fishing/scuba diving in nearby Cozumel, Jungle/Cenote excursions near Playa del Carmen and the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza/Tulum and it's easy to see why Cancun is such a popular destination.

I May Be A Terrorist!

I May Be A Terrorist!

Apparently, I may be a Terrorist. I say this because I’m treated this way by US Customs almost every time I return to the United States from a solo international trip. I'm not so sure the new Global Entry program will solve or offer any tangible benefits either.

Traveler Spotlight – Janice

Traveler Spotlight – Janice

Another installment of Traveler’s Spotlight on Jay Travels.  This spotlight features Janice. “SkyChi” is her alter ego when she flys and has lived in France, Belgium, Venezuela, Argentina, and Turkey and speaks French, Spanish and some Turkish. Janice is an international traveler who has the unique ability to communicate and ...[Read More]

A Day Trip to London

A Day Trip to London

Though extremely expensive, I had an excellent time visiting some of London's most popular attractions and look forward to spending more time getting to know the city beyond the tourist zones.

Stone Mountain Camping

Stone Mountain Camping

While it’s cool to be catered to at the Hilton, it's just as awesome to have the feeling of accomplishment by roughing it yourself. Camping just feels ‘real’ – whether lying under the stars or the smell of charred firewood in the morning.

Stop Thief!! – Online Copyright Infringement

Stop Thief!! – Online Copyright Infringement

Bloggers having their articles stolen and reposted by those looking to generate ad-revenue is becoming an epidemic. Here are some useful tips to remove stolen content and prevent it from occurring...

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