The Forney Museum of Transportation is far from a famous Denver landmark and it certainly wasn’t at the top of my to do list when I booked my last minute trip to Denver in the fall of 2016. I’d been to Denver countless times before, so I’d seen a lot of the must-sees. I decided to branch out a bit.… Continue reading
My last minute trip to Denver was all about my desperate desire to experience some fall weather, but I ended up getting a touch of winter as well! A local friend of mine had an unexpected day off and was kind enough to take me on a scenic mountain drive.
A drive to Echo Lake
Echo Lake is only about… Continue reading
While this post will focus on haggling in Spanish, the original motivation behind it was to recommend visiting Plaza de Armas. Plaza de Armas is located in Old Havana (Havana vieja), Cuba. It’s known for its used book market, which is open daily. You’ll find other random treasures there such as antique jewelry and trinkets, souvenirs, vinyl records,… Continue reading
I’ve been a full-time freelancer for almost 5 years now, and I’ve learned a lot along the way. During my first year, I published How to Go Freelance and Not Starve, and I stand by all of those tips. This article will focus on freelance finances, such as negotiating payment and managing your income.
Prepare for dry… Continue reading
Although Culebra is a separate island, it is part of Puerto Rico. The Culebra ferry runs regularly to shuttle locals and tourists between the small island and mainland Puerto Rico. Oddly enough, the absolutely essential Culebra ferry does not have its own website or any way to verify schedules or prices online. While plenty of tour companies will offer tours… Continue reading
When I read that a hotel has a “gym” or a “library” I tend to insert those quotation marks around the words in my mind. I know that what a hotel considers a gym is usually a dirty old yoga mat and a half broken treadmill. A hotel library is a more likely collection of 3 discarded copies of Eat,… Continue reading