Tag Archives: Travel

Trip Report: South Africa (Week 3)

Sorry for the delayed post, but I was just realizing that I would be remiss if I didn't post one of the most memorable experiences of our trip: our Safari. Unfortunately, it's hard to describe just how incredible it was … Continue reading

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Trip Report: South Africa (Week 2)

The end of Stellenbosch Stellenbosch is basically the Boulder of Cape Town. There is great dining, good mountain biking, and many, many wineries.  Courtney and I enjoyed walking to different wine estates for tastings, which normally cost less than $2.50 for … Continue reading

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Trip Report: Cape Town and Stellenbosch (The first few days)

The first law of travel is be flexible. With a sudden death in the family, our hosts had to fly back to the UK, and our plans in Cape Town changed.  We were still able to see our friends briefly … Continue reading

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Trip Report: London

Home to O(10,000,000) people, London is a city with a rich history and is an important city today for trends, fashion and arts.  So we decided that it was worth a stop here for a week to see the sites. … Continue reading

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Smartphone App: MTB project

Courtney and I recently took a trip for our 1-yr anniversary out to summit county.  If you didn't know: Summit county is awesome in late september because the aspens are amazing: Also, everything's cheap because it's the off season: from … Continue reading

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Tool of the Week: Gmail, google Calendar, and Google Docs offline

Sorry to post two Gmail tools in a row, but google offline is awesome.  After being gone on a week of vacation and having hundreds of e-mails to sift through, I was able to connect my Laptop to the internet, … Continue reading

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Trip Report: Kalalau Trail

The kalalau trail was one of the most magnificent trails I've ever hiked. Every turn offered breath-taking views of magnificent cliffs, huge jagged mountains, and 1000 ft waterfalls. The trail is lined with lush jungle, many varieties of colorful wild-flowers, … Continue reading

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Trip Report: Honolulu, Hawaii

We didn't have a whole lot planned upon arriving in Honolulu, which, in my opinion, can be a very stress free way to travel if you have like-minded travel companions. William and Randy stayed in a hostel near Waikiki beach … Continue reading

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