There are many ways to tell a story. One is through video. We’ve already shared our Alaskan adventure in a trilogy of award-winning features: Alaskan
In the third leg of our journey exploring New Jersey, Jenny and I landed at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ. This is a unique
In our quest to see everything there is to see in New Jersey, Jenny and I visited Victor Victori’s Multiplism Statues. The artist, known as
Here’s the second part of yesterday’s post/our weekend trip to the Deserted Village of Feltville, where we explore a 241-year-old cemetery and more. If you
For Christmas, Jenny made a list of different places in New Jersey for us to visit. This wasn’t a generic list like going to Six
We didn’t watch too much television during our “Great Alaskan Journey” as Tim Magazine is calling it. Tim Magazine, by the way, is the fictional
As with most things in life (except eating), starting was the hardest part of planning our trip to Alaska. Of course, the entire trip also
The last leg of our honeymoon, a bittersweet goodbye to the beautiful Alaska.
Here’s the second part of our Alaska trip. We included some clips of our dog sledding experience in Coldfoot Camp, northern lights viewing both in Coldfoot
There’s a lot to love about Alaska. The scenery. The nature. The lack of people. One thing I didn’t enjoy was how hard it was
I have so many things to share to you guys about Alaska (and how much we love it!) and I honestly don’t know where to
Our one-year wedding anniversary is coming up. To celebrate, Jenny and I finally took our honeymoon. We’re back from it and not much tanner. Of
Traveling long distances takes a major toll on our bodies. This is especially true for anyone who has flown on a plane for 20+ hours.
I grew up thinking cold showers were for torturing criminals and testing the limits of our nipple length. Jenny, as a Filipino native, thought differently.
Public transportation has a bad reputation in the United States. Those who often use it are at the lowest levels of society. They are the
A quick observation I’ve made during both of my trips to the Philippines: the bathrooms are different. I won’t even get into the tabos. I’ll
When I visited Jenny in October I had no choice which movies to watch. Like the traditional format, there were a few screens around the
While waiting for our case number from the NVC, I regret not submitting our petition earlier. I miss Jenny lots these days. More than two
In the Philippines one of the main forms of transportation is the jeepney. Basically, it’s like a jeep and a person’s knee mated; as the
In all aspects of life we want approval. We want approval at work, from our family, from our classmates who we realize far too late
Lots of songs remind me of my time with Jenny. Here on the Bee Blog I’ll share with you which songs they are and why.
If you didn’t read the first part of my dangerous adventure through Manila, shame on you. This is the story of why I hate traveling.
My 28th birthday was a strange one. I woke up at 3:30 in the morning or so and was outside by 4AM trotting a mile