I WANT a Legacy

WANT Expeditions builds adventures for wanderers and travelers who yearn for something more. For those who want to leave no footprint. For those who want to be where most people have never been.

I will have to book and adventure with WANT, one day.

I also want to leave my own legacy. I will continue to works towards it.

Jessica Pociask, owner of WANT Expeditions, gave an interview about legacy and success.

Read it below.

WANT Expeditions in The Legacy Project


WANT Website

WANT Facebook


Deixando a timidez de lado para retribuir e distribuir “simpatia”!

Dê 3 cliques com o botão direito, role a barra de rolagem do seu navegador 2 vezes de cima pra baixo, abra e feche esta página 4 vezes e espere até o fim da noite de hoje para ganhar uma viagem com acompanhante para Dubai!

Não! Não é desse tipo de simpatia que vamos falar! (Risos) Essa publicação, curtinha até, tem o interesse de compartilhar situações surpreendentes e inesquecíveis vividas com pessoas desconhecidas e, também dizer para aqueles que ainda pensam que fazer viagem sozinho é chato e entediante, que você pode tornar sua viagem cheia de boas memórias que vão além de fotografias. Basicamente neste blog eu vou escrever sobre minhas experiências de viagens mas nada impede que eventualmente a gente publique textos sobre outros assuntos.
Continue reading Deixando a timidez de lado para retribuir e distribuir “simpatia”!

Let Them Think You’re a Secret Agent!

I was in South Korea, not long after, Kim Jong Il Dies.

I was in South America, while I’m there, Hugo Chavez bites the dust.


Some people don’t think so.

That’s part of the fun of being all over the world. Things happen that are newsworthy and people automatically wonder if you are involved.

This is also comical when a natural disaster hits in the general vicinity of the hemisphere that you’re on and everyone and their mother, especially your mother, checks to see if you’re OK. Continue reading Let Them Think You’re a Secret Agent!

Urban Surroundings: How Could We Make A Societal Differerence?

In the United States, society is in need of change. Change all around. Not any particular community or ethnicity, but systematic, all around, change.

We need both white people and black people to view the urban community differently.

We need a new structure that teaches urban youth that they have value, potential, and a bright future.

We need to teach non-urban people that urban kids are just as smart, just as good, and can be just as productive as their non-urban counterparts.

I’m not here to argue about racism, who does what more, who’s fault it is. No, I’m here to start working towards a solution.

How do we change society to where we have a urban population that is strong and playing a vital role in the United States?

How do we help end the cycle of destruction that is going on in the urban communities?

I have an idea. Continue reading Urban Surroundings: How Could We Make A Societal Differerence?

Earworm Monday – “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson Ft. Bruno Mars

Earworm Monday will be a segment I will try out. Today’s earworm is “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson Ft. Bruno Mars


Don’t believe me? Just watch.




P.S. An Earworm is a song that is stuck in your head. Like “Don’t tell my heart, my Achy Breaky Heart…”

It’s Your Fault That You Don’t Travel the World – You Choose Not To!

Sitting on top of the world!

“You’re SO lucky that you get to travel the world!”

“Not everyone can just drop what they’re doing and hop on a plane like you do.”

“I want to some day, but I haven’t had the chance to travel.”

If I got a dollar for every time I heard these sayings in one form or another, I’d have a plane ticket to Bora Bora bought and paid for!

Everyone has an excuse for not traveling. Many even have animosity towards me for doing all of the traveling that I do. I sense the negative vibe in their tone and how they say things like, “We all aren’t you, Will. We cannot just up and leave.”

Well guess what? YOU CHOOSE TO NOT BE LIKE ME! There, I said it! Better yet,

YOU CHOOSE NOT TO TRAVEL THE WORLD! Continue reading It’s Your Fault That You Don’t Travel the World – You Choose Not To!

That Infectious Travel Bug: How It Got Me

It was the summer of 2009. I was 28 years old. I had traveled some around the USA and had moved from Michigan to Arkansas. Growing up in Michigan, it was common place to shoot over to Canada every once in a while. I never really considered going to Canada “going to another country,” since it was a 30 minute trip. Plus, they spoke English and there was no culture shock. So I considered myself not much of a traveler.

I studied German in high school and college and I also studied Spanish in college. I had friends that were different nationalities, so I was exposed to other cultures frequently. I was always the type of person who wanted to now more about a different culture and was not afraid to ask questions to find out more. Continue reading That Infectious Travel Bug: How It Got Me