People often ask me “what kind of job do you have that lets you travel so much?" And I often begrudgingly have to tell them that I am an employee of the United States federal government. Why begrudgingly? Well, you see .... Americans of just about all political persuasions tend to have a very poor view of federal employees. It almost seems like a tried and true national past time to skewer civil servants, Democrats and Republicans alike. We're perceiving as lazy, mindles
I'm the type of traveler that likes full flexibility when I'm out exploring, so it should come as no surprise that I tend to avoid hard and fast rules when I'm on the road. Rules often end up being the antithesis of what good travel is all about - they trip and tangle, wither and hinder. I feel the most engaged in travel when I'm unburdened and rules take me in the opposite direction. If anything, my rule is "no rules" on the road. And yet with every maxim comes the inevit
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Hello! I'm David - world traveler, food aficionado, gay dude, and storyteller. This is where I share amazing sights, delicious dishes, LGBT travel advice, & my favorite stories!