In January 2013 I quit my 5 jobs in NYC to travel until I ran out of money. Five years later… I went from “this will be my last hurrah before becoming an adult” to “I now live on a boat pretending I know how to cook fancy food for people who pay me under the misconception that I actually know what I’m doing,” a.k.a loosely speaking, I’m officially a professional yacht chef. Unofficially I’m a homeless professional partyer, food enthusiast and writer (I use this last term loosely).
Countries visited: 47/197
Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China (Hong Kong & Macau), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, France (+ Tahiti), Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Montenegro, Myanmar, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Panama, Romania, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the U.K., (England & Scotland) ‘Murrica (+ USVI) Vatican City, Vietnam
Prior to 2013 I had barely left the country other than short 1-2 week trips which included endeavors such as “4 sorority girls let loose in Western Europe,” “almost got arrested in Mexico,” & “was one machete wielding driver away from being kidnapped in St. Croix.” Following my departure in 2013, some of my other adventures are chronicled here when I have the time and internet connection to transfer my notes from my many fine leather bound books.
sleep. eat. party. repeat.