John Kueber
Seattle, United States
http://www.jrrny.com
Travel lover . . . Founder of Jrrny!
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I left all stability and went and lived in Haiti for a year. for I taught English and Yoga on the beach. I learned creole and fell more in love with the people. I lived in small rooms w no running water. It completely changed me!

I went to Haiti with about $150 to my name, stayed at a missionary retreat. I lived in places with no running water and took bucket baths or bathed and washed my clothes in the river. I walked the beaches, had a beautiful boyfriend and learned creole. At one point I live in a village…

Honolulu, HI, United States for Hawaii’s Largest Museum

What do you expect a museum to offer!!! You want to know history!! well you got history. You want modern age stuff? You checked in the right place. Bishop museum offers it all. It was an amazing experience to learn about Royalty and the Politics, two amalgamated pillars of the history, and the way museum…

Miami, FL, United States for The Kampong

Mesmerizing Miami was just Spot on for every place I visit Either a beach, a garden, any zoo, Art Museum, just name it and you’ll find best of the best in this beautiful city. Miami is full of natural beauty adorned with modern facilities and leisure activities. My next spot was The Kampong, National Tropical…

Miami, FL, United States for Frost Art Museum

An amazing trip to short but worth touring exhibitions and high profile Art. Frost Art Museum is a well landscaped small building within the premises of Flirida International University. There are a very small number of echibits which are permanently portrayed at the museum, but other collections are constantly rotating from emerging artists. I had…

Vračar for Nikola Tesla, Coffee and Jazz

One of the oldest and most charming neighborhoods in Belgrade, Vracar might not be as packed with fun and busy as its more central counterpart of Dorcol and Stari Grad, but still has very much its own unique and authentic atmosphere, making it a place that shouldn’t me missed in case you ever decide to…

Krka, Croatia for Gorgeous Waterfalls

Last summer, we went to Sibenik, a decent-sized town on the southern part of Croatian coast. While we were there, we saw a bunch of ads offering trips to Krka National Park, famous for its gorgeous lakes and waterfalls. Without any hesitation, we decided to do it and as soon as the next morning, we…

Seoul, South Korea for A Day at Jogyesa Temple

During my trip to Korea, we booked an arrangement with Templestay that involved a day at Jogyesa, a Buddhist temple located in the busy tourist area of downtown Seoul called Insadong. The atmosphere was unusual from the get-go – on the day we went there, a union leader who sought refuge from the police hid…

Bar, Montenegro for The Amazing Belgrade-Bar Railway

One of the most breath-taking and exciting train journeys in the world, the railway from Belgrade from Bar might be a bit slow and ramshackle, but ultimately it will allow you to witness amazing scenery and experience authentic local feel. Our journey started one beautiful summer morning in Belgrade, where we went to the main…

Busan, South Korea for Lotte Giants Baseball Game

Admittedly, the Busan baseball team Lotte Giants aren’t really that successful. If I’m not wrong, they’re somewhere in the middle of KBO’s standing. Still, their fans are known all across the country for its fervor and amazing atmosphere they create at their team’s games. This is why I think seeing Lotte Giants at home is…

Napa, CA, United States for wine, food & olive oil tasting!

Napa is one of my favorite places in the world. It’s a quick flight from Los Angeles and some airlines have amazing deals up to Sacramento or Oakland! I go up to Napa at least 2-3 times a year to pick up my wine club shipments. Here’s a short and sweet guide of my favorite…

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The Best of Lake Tahoe

Summertime in Tahoe lets you take advantage of what its mountain and beach environments offer. Stay active by trying some water sports like SUPing, Jet skiing, parasailing, boating and rafting in South Lake Tahoe. Or if you prefer sports that keep you (mostly) dry, Lake Tahoe things to do include hiking, running, biking and triathlons….

Bolivia for Exploring

Lakes, Deserts, 4×4-ing, Cable Cars and more!  Jrrnyist DayneM was one person machine in getting his trip documented and shared on jrrny.  If you’ve had an incredible time there too, we’d love to add you to the collection!

Kona for 5 things to do

Kona is filled with expansive views, incredible diving, and a host of cultural history.  Here’s 5 picks from a resident expert: Hang out with Manta Rays The Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii is one of less than a handful of locations worldwide where one can enjoy an open ocean encounter with manta…

Kauai for 5 awesome things to do

Kauai is the oldest and northern most of the 8 main Hawaiian islands, Kaua’i is known for its vibrant rain forests, jagged awe-inspiring cliffs, pristine white sand beaches and its famous red dirt. Often referred to as the “Garden Isle,” Kaua’i leaves no shortage of epic experiences that’ll have you wishing you could stay forever….

7 ways to enjoy a Pacific Northwest luxury getaway

Spring is definitely upon us and Seattle is heating up! To get in the spirit of summer, my wife and I, along with another couple, planned a getaway to take advantage of the beautiful weather we’ve been having. We’d heard that Semiahmoo, a resort and spa with two golf courses about two hours north of…

Getaway for fun weekend in Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver is a perfect getaway for those living on the West Coast. It’s a world-class cosmopolitan city with a wealth of exciting opportunities and plethora of adventures to be had. For those of us from points south, now is the time to go. With an extremely attractive exchange rate and close proximity to Seattle and…

5 unexpected, awesome things to do in Oahu, Hawaii.

  While Waikiki Beach is excellent and street shopping is abundant, with a little extra effort you can have some really fantastic experiences on Oahu. 1.  Explore the Valley of the Temples Located on Oahu’s east side at the foothills of the islands majestic Ko’olau Mountains, the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park is home…

5 Things to do in Maui

Maui offers a little bit of everything for everyone.  While it’s usually a little more crowded than Kona or Kauai, it maintains that island feel and seems to get a little more sun. Maui offers incredible beaches, fantastic golfing and wonderful resort life, but here’s a few more suggestions that will make you never want…

3 Hawaiian cultural experiences definitely worth doing

  Exploring the outdoors may dominate your time in Hawaii, but you can add extra flavor to your trip by trying at least one of the following true Hawaiian experiences before you go home! 1. Experience an Authentic Luau: A visit to Hawaii wouldn’t be complete without going to a luau. A luau (Hawaiian: lūʻau)…

Central Oregon for Bikes, Brews and Outdoor Fun

Central Oregon is an incredible area of the world – home to the cities of Bend, Redmond, Sisters, La Pine, Prineville, and Madras and the resort community of Sunriver. We built this collection to show you a bunch of cool experiences for hiking, mountain biking, kayaking — and the best places to toast your accomplishments…

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Beverly Hills, United States

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