Category: Geekery

Travelling without Travelling

Mid-winter is the time when I get the most itchy to travel. It’s cold out, I feel confined by being inside all the time and I can’t remember the last time I was able to stand & enjoy… Read More

Do not praise selfish travelers.

The above screenshot was taken from this article over at Matador Network. The website regularly features travelogues, some international news, and various other travel-related posts. I’ve been following them for a few years now and once in awhile,… Read More

Almost Topical

It’s less than a month away until I’ll be getting on a plane to go back to Jordan. I can’t say I pack this way, but I think it’s been tempting for everyone. There’s always that thing you… Read More

Geek history was made and I was there.

A couple of weeks ago, geek history unfolded before me. For the first time in 25 years, the entire cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation was gathered at the same place. If you recall, when this was… Read More

Dreams really do come true!

Or they might be about to. I point you in the direction of this page. Go on. Click. And then come back. I’ll wait. … … … … … … DID YOU READ IT?! Oh. My. God. Not… Read More

The End of Solo Travel

As I’m about to leave Bulgaria and head back home, I have something to confess: I’m done with solo travel. It’s not that it hasn’t been fun or that I haven’t learned a lot from it, it’s just… Read More

Tonight, I Sleep With the Lights On.

Tonight, my friend Josef* sent me this:

Body Art

It’s no secret that I’m in love with my tattoo. I’ve had it for two years now and I’m still as happy about my choice as I was the day I got it. Naturally, I want more. Everyone… Read More

Becoming BFFs with Jonathan Frakes (with special guest appearance by William Shatner)

My feet hurt and my back is tired from lugging around my camera, but what a day!! With my siblings, mother, and niece and nephew in tow, I made it down to the Calgary Expo for a little… Read More

Running Dreams and the Middle 500.

Back in the days of rowing, one of the most dreaded races was the 2000m. Too long to be an all-out sprint, to short to be a steady strong pace, it was the middle-child of rowing distances that… Read More