Traveling Internationally with Children

I have said repeatedly that I enjoy travel because it educates me in ways nothing else can. I got educated on my recent trip to Europe with my wife and two stepchildren. I loved our experience. It was wonderful. Even though it wasn’t our first foreign travel adventure together, it was our first large-scale international […]

Read More

Food Pics (Europe Edition)

Regular visitors know that I irregularly post photos and thoughts about my travels on this blog. I can go long stretches without sharing new content. As a professor, the fall academic calendar keeps me pretty close to home, but my travel itinerary usually starts to fill up after the spring semester break and stretches into the summer. […]

Read More

Travel Photos of 2015

This past year was full of terrific travel opportunities. Another group of West Texas A&M University students traveled to South Korea on a Study Abroad program, an adventure I had been looking forward to for two years. I made my first ever trip to South America, and I was able to check a few “must experience” items […]

Read More

The River Seine

The River Seine plays a large role in making Paris such an aesthetically pleasing place to visit. It’s even included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. As I walked through the city, I would often look (with a little bit of envy) at the people who were sitting along its banks reading or relaxing the […]

Read More