Sunday, June 9, 2013

Might As Well JUMP!

I got tired of the traditional posed trip pictures in front of beautiful scenery or historic sites; so I decided to start a series of jumping pictures.  You can see a few of mine (and other jumpers) on a travel site called barrelhopping.com.  I created a group on that site called JUMP Around the World; plus a few others EAT Around the World and WINGS Around the World.

I've got plenty of jumping pics from all over Europe and will eventually get around to doing something with them.  But in the meantime, here are some of my new favorite jumpers.  Taken at Gornergrat, Switzerland.  Enjoy.

What kind of crazy pictures do you take/make when traveling?

Might as well...


That's the actual Matterhorn, not the Disney ride.



Saturday, June 8, 2013

DannyZ Travels: Lake Como, Italy

In an effort to put up posts with details and pictures of our last few EuroTrips I decided to do short posts called "DannyZ Travels:"  That way I can get things up a little faster.  Here's my first entry; enjoy Lake Como.


Our Visual Memories from Lake Como, Italy

From May 9-12, Vicki and I visited beautiful Lake Como.  We stayed in a little town on the lake called, Tremezzo.  Centrally located on the lake, Tremezzo offered beautiful scenery, nice hotels (Villa Marie) and some very nice restaurants.    












Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Remembering Ireland

Sorry, I know this has nothing to do with the overall theme of this blog but I was feeling all "reminiscing like" this morning.  One year ago to the date, Vicki and I embarked on our first expat adventure in Ireland.

Never got around to completing an entire blog of our adventures there. #BiggestRegret But I tried;  see my tumblr: Polish Clover.  One day I might get around to documenting it.  In the meantime, here's a pic of the Guinness that launched my infamous "Guinness Count." I attempted to tally all the Guinness that I consumed during our time in Ireland.  I'd also write notes about where we were and who we were with that type of thing.  It became a pretty cool remembrance of our time there.

Final Guinness Count: 304 (+ or - a few).