So, I’ve been “hors-communication” for a while now; significantly longer than I’d hoped, in fact. There’s an unfortunate reason for that…
Whatever the reason, I ventured out into the empty streets with a phone (and no Chinese SIM card), a camera, and a tripod. And promptly got lost.
… As recently as a couple days ago, however, I was losing my dang mind.
Let’s face it… travel isn’t cheap.
It’s nice having talented friends.
To me, a tripod is an absolute necessity.
This is the first instalment of a series I’m working on: the “Interview With A Traveller” series. In these posts, I’ll be interviewing fellow travellers to try to gain a better understanding of the huge variety of motivations, experiences, hopes, dreams, and desires that lead people to a life of travel. And if I’m lucky, maybe
I’ll be publishing a post some time in the next month or so that lays out all the gear I’ll be bringing with me to China, but I’ll also be making a series of posts that spotlight specific pieces of gear, and my rationale for choosing them. This is the first post in the series. Unless
My big China trip is still a month and a half away, but there’s still lots to do in preparation. I often find travel preparation to be daunting, until I break down the process into smaller segments and assess the priorities. This post is all about prioritizing.
Forget books! Movies are the best way to stoke the fire of your wanderlust.