Author Archive: Andy Graham
It's been about 16 years since we first featured Andy's adventures. We've been long overdue for an update. So we checked in with Andy and asked him how the last 19 years of constant travel have influenced his worldview on being American
Andy discusses what the term "Third World" means, and what it is like to travel in these countries.
I am sure some of you think of bungee cord jumping or ski diving or some other activity that is very exciting. This to me is just a thrill. It is not in my opinion extreme.
The world observes an attack on the United States of America a country accused of having no culture.
Andy recounts his experience on the Rio (river) Gallegos in Argentina, including some typical foods.
Made famous by history, and travel agents trying to sell a tour. Travelers will nonchalantly say words like Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, Usuahia, Torres de Paino, and Cape Horn. They have a nice sound to them, but is it worth the trip?
Our reporter, Andy, meets David Clark, 75, in the Panama Canal, as he attempts to sail solo around the world.
Rio, an exotic mix of cultures from all over the world, people wanting to love, and play, and enjoy the sun, and hoping for something strange to happen in their life.
Pop-open lids, do pop off! They pop off in your backpack and leak. Tips on how to keep bottles from leaking during your travels.