After spending almost a year and a half in rental cars, hotel rooms, and flights, with impulse trips to Stockholm, Mexico City, Japan, Macau, and more, I’ve compiled a list of my favorite travel hacks for the modern traveler. Whether you’re a consultant, working remote, or just love traveling, these hacks will be sure to get you room upgrades, first … Continue reading5 Unknown Travel Hacks for the Modern Traveler
About a year ago, I had the chance to visit Montreux with my family. It’s a small town up in the Swiss Alps with a population of only about 30,000 people. We decided to trek up the alps in a Cog wheel train and capture some amazing views from the top of the mountain. While the resort was closed, we … Continue readingSoaring above Montreux
This past summer we took a family vacation through central europe. On our way down from Belgium, we found a beautiful cathedral not too far off the highway in France. The following is some drone footage I captured using a DJI Mavic Pro over the church.
Over the week, we had the chance to climb Mt. Tamalpais, one of the highest peaks in the Marin Headlands. We spent the day hiking up the east peak and captured some great footage at the top!
December of 2015, I went on an 8 Day solo trip through Japan hitting up Tokyo, Kyoto, Mt. Koya, and Osaka. Tokyo was by far, one of the most exciting and impulsive trips I’ve ever taken. In this video, I hit up Akhibara, Asakusa, Ueno Park, and of course, a Maid Cafe (If you don’t know what that is, Google … Continue readingI WENT TO A MAID CAFE IN TOKYO
During my Hong Kong trip this past winter, after a short soiree through Japan, my friend and I decided to take a quick trip to the Sin City of the East, Macau. As in my usual attitude towards “nothing but the best”, we decided to stay in one of the best hotels we could muster in the Las Vegas of … Continue readingMY $1700 STAY AT THE RITZ CARLTON MACAU
“Each complex is a small town, and their numbers make up this enormous capital. Like cells in a body, each contains identical elements, and the resulting pattern is an organic one.” – Donald Ritchie The nighttime lights in Tokyo are overwhelming. Billions of bright bulbs and boards begging for your attention, yearning for your Japanese yen. You think: ‘With all … Continue readingTop 10 Things to do in The Land of the Rising Sun – Tokyo
I travel quite a bit, but usually it’s either for work or I’m trying to find the cheapest, budget flight I can, but for my recent trip from Hong Kong to San Francisco I wanted to do something impulsive, so I booked First Class with Cathay Pacific. The retail cost of this flight is over $23,000 one-way. Naturally, I couldn’t afford … Continue readingMY $23,000 FIRST CLASS TICKET ON CATHAY PACIFIC
Took an impulse trip out to Stockholm a couple weeks ago and took the DJI Phantom 3 Pro to film the cobblestone streets and ochre-colored buildings of Gamla Stan (the old town). You can see Storkyrkan Cathedral, the Kungliga Slottet Royal Palace and the Nobel Museum. Check it out! Music: Jetta – I’d Love to Change the World (Matstubs Remix)
Gazing below at the Avenue of the Dead, once the cultural center of the ancient Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacan established over 2 millennia ago, you could only imagine how the 125,000 inhabitants of the city went about their daily lives. We had reached the summit of the Pyramid of the Sun, built over the tombs of early Teotihuacan rulers. We were … Continue readingAvenue of the Dead / 2:00 PM CST – Mexico City