I'm currently a graduate student, working on my PhD. I'm also an adjunct university instructor, teaching courses in philosophy & religion. Most of the traveling I do these days is to academic conferences. I currently live in Brooklyn, so I guess can't complain that I don't have access to the kinds of sights and delights that people travel great distances for. I've spent a lot of time traveling in Europe, where I studied abroad as an undergraduate (Granada, Spain). I've enjoyed journeying in Mexico, and Brazil. I lived in Vancouver, BC for a couple of years and developed a love for the pacific northwest. I also lived on the coast of Maine for a couple of years...so I love the New England waterfront, as well. I've done some great road trips across the U.S., through the Badlands, the canyons, and into the desert. I love traveling to cities, but I think some of the most phenomenal trips I've taken have been to places in the great out-of-doors where I've headed out to do some hiking, biking, or sea kayaking.