Traveling and Mobile Gaming

If you are looking for different ways to keep your sanity during long flights, playing mobile games is one way to make your journey more enjoyable. Whether you own an iPhone, an Android phone or a Windows phone, these online games could help you counter that travel boredom.

Papa Pear Saga

This mobile game developed by is a puzzle game inspired by PopCap’s Peggle game. The game’s goal is to aim and fire a ball that would fall through the board and topple over objects along its path. You are given a limited number of balls per game and a set of tasks that you should accomplish before your balls run out. If you are into mobile games that allows you to accomplish several tasks, this game is ideal to keep you enthralled for long periods during your journey.

Paid in Chelsea

The game is set in the glitzy and glamorous quarters of London where you can party at the exclusive clubs while drinking bubbly. This 3-reel, 5 win line game by pocket fruity uses a fruit machine that you can play on your mobile phone while you are travelling. There are cash bonuses and if you are good enough, you can have the chance to play in the bonus spins. If you are into mobile casino games where

Star Wars: Tiny Death Star

In this mobile game released by Disney Mobile, players are tasked to help the Emperor in building the biggest Death Star that you can accomplish level by level. There are about 80 different types of Star Wars-themed commercial and residential floors that you need to build for your “bitizens.” Credits earned can be used to hire Droids and expand your Death Star. If you love simulation-type games, this game is the one you can play while waiting for your flight.

These games should make your travel life easier. As you know, when travelling, boredom is unacceptable.



The first thing that I will mention about Moscow is that we were immediately reminded that Russia was NOT communist, it was socialist. That is how the tone of the rest of the guided tours were. Our first day we went on a driving tour and saw that sights that made Moscow and St. Petersburg VERY different. First off, Moscow’s architecture is completely different from St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg looks very European – just as much as any other European city. Moscow wasn’t like that at all. It was very strict, harsh and bland. The only difference was Red Square right in the middle of the city. Right next to square, gray and old buildings was this phenomenal fortress with colorful domes poking out at the top. The whole area around the city center was full of beautifully decorated domes – especially golden domes. The first night out, we went to the Nutcracker ballet! It was spectacular, the worst part was that the theater we were in didn’t have air conditioner so almost everyone was sweating AND the little hand fans they were selling were giving everyone splinters! After the ballet we headed out to a few bars before going to the Ritz-Carlton that was overlooking Red Square. It was (hands-down) one of the best views I’ve ever seen. The following day we took a tour through the Metro System, something I advise EVERYONE to do while in Moscow. It is one of the most decorated and probably the most beautiful metro systems in the world. Every station is different, complete with chandeliers and all! That night, we went to the circus – a highlight of the trip. Although we didn’t see THE Moscow Circus, the one we went to was great. There were clowns, funny mirrors, animals and muscle men! We then headed to the Disney-like park that was near our hotel to hangout. Since it was at night, the mini St. Basil’s Cathedral that was there, lit up the sky!

In The News!!!

After completing my journey to all seven continents, some news organizations picked up my story and wrote about it! Thanks to all of the news organizations I have worked with and the reporters I’ve talked with. They have all been great!

Yahoo News UK:

Right This Minute, ABC 15:

Huffington Post UK:

Repubblica TV:



Australia and New Zealand Booked, Leaving in 10 days!!!

Two days ago I booked flights for Australia and New Zealand! This not only means that I will have been to all 7 continents in one year, but it will all be before I turn 21. It’s a dream come true. I will be backpacking in Australia for 5 days then traveling around the southern island of New Zealand. I also got a go pro so I hope to have some cool videos of my adventures! I’ll upload pictures and videos in a new post within the next few weeks. Cheers!

Europe 2007

In the summer of 2007 I went on a West Coast Connection Teen Tour throughout Europe. There were about 35 high school kids on the trip all of which nobody really knew each other! I just got dropped off at JFK airport and went from there! This is an outline of the trip and some of the highlights from it.

London’s Theatre Night
Three exciting dance clubs
French & Adriatic Riviera
Authentic Italian Cooking School
Cruise down the Seine
Swim the grottos at Capri
Ski or Snowboard Swiss Alps
Whitewater Raft Isère River
Venice Gondola Ride
Eiffel Tower & Arc de Triomphe
Rodin Museum – The Thinker
Café life on Champs Élysées
Versailles and Notre Dame Cathedral
Mona Lisa – the Louvre
Amsterdam Comedy Club
Leaning Tower of Pisa
Colosseum, Pantheon & The Forum and Vatican City
Roman Toga Party
Ruins of Pompeii
Disneyland Paris
Anne Frank House & Van Gogh Museum
Buckingham Palace
Madame Tussaud’s and Original Hard Rock Café
Banana boat through Mediterranean Sea