Well, after years with Verizon I switched carriers to see if the new T-Mobile international plan was all it’s hyped to be. I travel internationally a lot and this could potentially make jetting around a lot easier. Other American carriers charge outrageous fees for international data and buying a new SIM card in every country […]
Not all apps for travel are always “travel apps”. If you like to write about your journey while traveling but don’t always have access to your tablet or laptop it can be a pain, especially when you have some ideas. We almost always have our phones handy. Werdsmith is a handy app for writers and […]
I was on an Aer Lingus flight from London to Dublin. Normally I always go for an aisle seat but forgot to reserve ahead this time. Lucky for me once we were above the clouds this awesome view awaited. -Karl
Certain apps are a must when traveling abroad. Especially when you are going to be in multiple countries using various currencies. You could be at a kiosk looking to exchange dollars for euros and want to double check how good the rate is. Or you could be out shopping and want to now the price […]
Working on the waters of Long Island Sound gives me the opportunity to capture some spectacular sunsets, dusk and other natural beauties from the ocean. This is my second annual compilation of some of the best photographs I was able to catch in 2013, enjoy.
The great thing about having a smartphone these days is that you always have a map in your pocket. Right or left? Just grab your phone. How many miles to your destination? Check the phone. But what if you are over in Europe and either your phone doesn’t work there or you are avoiding the […]
If you are like me, when you travel you want to disconnect but have the ability to connect. So you are sometimes left to wonder how to use your cell when in Europe. Now this only pertains to Verizon customers. Verizon, as you may know operates on a CDMA network while most of Europe […]