Articles by Casey

Casey always wanted to get out of town. After moving away for University, Casey had enough of Canada and moved to South Korea. Teaching English in Seoul, Korea gave him much opportunity to meet many people from all over the globe and also the opportunity to travel most of Asia. Coming back to Canada in 2011, Casey moved to Alberta and with Jacquie, travelled most of the western hemisphere. Working in an occupational health and safety environment, and now for a private security firm, Casey is able to add perspective on how to avoid some of the pitfalls and adventures of being a globetrotter.


Product Review: ShelfPack (Portable Closet)

Everyone wants to travel far, especially to new and interesting places. Most of the time however, to travel far means to bring a big bag huge enough to carry a lot of stuff. And, to bring a lot of stuff means clutter upon arriving in your destination. Certainly, seeing things cluttered all over your hotel room…

Countries that Require and Do Not Require a Visa

A visa, in addition to a passport, is one of the most important travel documents. According to Wikipedia, “a visa is a conditional authorization granted by a country to a noncitizen to enter and temporarily remain within that country”. Most of the time, a person wanting to visit and/or stay in a certain country requiring…

Staycation Idea #2: Hammocks

Even the mere mention of the word ‘hammock puts me in vacation mode. Now, hammocks are obviously an idea for the warmer times of the year, as it would be hard to relax in a winter hammock with icicles on your nose. Imagine listening to the sound of the ocean or lake crushing down on the…