A rainbow in Koh Samui
March 4, 2014, No comments

Koh Samui can be described in one word: paradise. Yes, this gorgeous island located in southern Thailand offers paradise to travelers in need of a break from the crowded Bangkok, [...]

A crowded street in Bangkok

Daily Wanderlust: the streets of Bangkok

January 30, 2014, No comments

Despite the protests and travel warnings coming from many countries about Bangkok, I headed down south to the capital the other day for some family ti ...

The historic Downtown Frostburg

Daily Wanderlust: Downtown Frostburg

January 24, 2014, No comments

The Western Maryland college town of Frostburg charms me every time I go. It’s not just because my artist brother (M Edelman Art) lives there, b ...

Fremont Street in Las Vegas

Daily Wanderlust: the glitz of Fremont Street in Vegas

January 16, 2014, No comments

The now burgeoning Downtown Las Vegas has always been a favorite spot of mine. Throughout my time in Sin City, I have spent many a night (and day) han ...

  • The majestic Alhambra in Granada, Spain
    Daily Wanderlust: Alhambra, Granada
    January 15, 2014, No comments

    Somewhere between the sweet hookah smell drifting through the market and the quaint streets, I fell in love with the magical Andalusian town of Granada. In the rain, my friend [...]

  • The Prague skyline
    Daily Wanderlust: The skyline of Prague
    January 6, 2014, 4 Comments

    Prague. A beautiful, magical city that instantly whisks visitors into a world of old and new merged together. Where palaces and modern life smash together in the most beautifully chaotic [...]

  • The view from a top the bell tower in Split, Croatia.
    Daily Wanderlust: Split from above
    September 23, 2013, 8 Comments

    It’s been nearly four years since I started d travels ’round. In that time, I have traveled much of Europe, parts of Africa, SE Asia and have become an expat in [...]

  • Bullet riddled building in Sarajoev
    Daily Wanderlust: Bullets and Bosnia
    June 3, 2013, 4 Comments

    From memorials like the one in Berlin to museums in Rwanda to simply a pock-marked building telling the tales of those who were silenced … images like these haunt my [...]