13 Rules To Live By—From A Life On The Road

Do I have a guiding list of principles or rules I live by? The Caucus Mountains, Azerbaijan. As a world travel adventurer, professional inspirational speaker, and author, people often ask me for advice. Some want travel tips, others ask about technology and photography gear, and others are looking for life lessons learned from the road. […]

Making The Best of Summer 2022 Post-Pandemic, Post-Vertigo Travel

If you’ve tuned into any news regarding travel in the post-pandemic summer of 2022, you know it’s been a rocky road for both travelers and those working in the travel sector. I am a victim of this rough start having been without my baggage for seventeen days. While waiting those days, I went to the […]

How’s Doc? The Original WorldRider Motorcycle.

Before I landed in Greece on July 5, 2022, the last time I saw my BMW F650GS Dakar (Doc) was in October 2019. I had just completed a three-month journey circumnavigating the Black Sea visiting Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Turkey before returning to Greece. I parked Doc in the garage of […]

While Waiting For Checked Luggage…To The Islands: Paros With Family & Friends

While Aegean Airlines and Goldair Handling tried to find and sort getting my luggage to me, I took a ferry (sans motorcycle) to the Island of Paros. It’s on this idyllic Cycladic island I planned to meet my brother and his family along with our mutual friend Paul Freitas and family. On the nearly three-hour […]

Seventeen Days In Athens: What Do You Do?

It wasn’t my plan, but as the adage pointedly goes, from Lemons we must make Lemonade. So I made the most of my time. Enjoy the video below as I share with you my whirlwind of finding fun, food, wine, people, and love in the capital city of Greece, wild Athens—while living in a fog […]

Post Pandemic Adventure Travel: My Baggage Flight-Mare & Apple AirTag

It’s Thursday afternoon, July 14th, 2022, in Marina Zea in Athens, Greece. It’s 87 degrees, and the humidity dampens my shirt; this, along with the tiny beads of sweat forming on my brow, is barely uncomfortable. However, what truly is taxing my comfort and patience is the state of my two-month journey in Southeastern Europe— […]

IS IT IN MY HEAD? My Deal With Vertigo—A WorldRider Challenge!

If you haven’t watched my Journeys Webcasts, tuned into the WorldRider.tv YouTube Channel, or listened to the WorldRider podcast, you may have missed my whacky and humbling fight with vertigo. It started June 13, 2020, amid the pandemic and still challenges me two years later. It’s often depressing. Vertigo kills the motorcycle urge. That night […]

Tinos Island & The Cat Wearing My Riding Jacket—Another Day In The Cyclades

My motorcycle journeys have taken me all over Greece. From the Peloponesse to Zagoria, Thessaloniki, Athens, the Adriatic, and of course, the intoxicating islands of the Cyclades. In this short video, I share the experience of my explorations from the seat of my motorcycle, Doc. This is another classic WorldRider Moto Vlog where I share […]

My Ukrainian Ride—With My Cry For Help

Last week marked the 100th day (June 3) since Russia started an unprovoked war by bombarding Ukraine. And, Wow! It’s been some time since I’ve posted on the WorldRider travelogue. It’s no secret why. “Life In The Time of Corona”. Yeah, it’s the pandemic, dammit. Before we were locked down in early 2020, I shared […]

The Butcher, The Greeter & The Grillfather: THE VILLAGES OF ZAGORI GREECE

Riding from Ioannina Greece in the remote northeastern region of Epirus, I head into the Pindos Mountains to explore the traditional stone villages of Zagoria (aka Zagorohoria, Zagori) Just another day of riding the world in search of culture, cuisine, and connection. Ride with me. Many think Greece is beaches, islands, and sambuca. But I […]