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  • Split, Croatia
    This year I have been experimenting with living in single cities for longer periods of time. Each time I return to the United States I feel noticeably unhappy; not a typical reaction to returning ‘home’. Aspects of of American society that are incompatible with the way I now want to ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-11-04By Reid Peryam
    2 weeks ago
  • Munich, Germany
    After two previous Oktoberfests in a row (1, 2) the wheels came off. I was in Munich for four nights this year — and it turned out to be long enough. Long enough to replace a disappeared pair of lederhosen that seemed to have walked away sometime during the past ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-09-22By Reid Peryam
    2 months ago
  • Paris, France
    I met my sister, Tracy, and her family in Paris while they were vacationing for four days of wandering and site-seeing. It was my first time to Paris and it was great exploring with her because she studied in Paris for a year in college, knows the city and speaks ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-07-30By Reid Peryam
    4 months ago
  • Portugal Road Trip
    After visiting Lisbon I wanted to explore more of Portugal. I flew to Porto for three days which felt like a less-touristy, smaller version of Lisbon. Porto is the progenitor of Port wine. Afterwards I drove through the Douro Valley wine region and continued north to the border of Spain; ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-07-26By Reid Peryam
    4 months ago
  • The Azores Islands, Portugal
    Almost twenty years ago I was enamored with a game on my computer : Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis. In it, Indy travels the world in search of the legendary lost city of Atlantis. One of the places the game takes you in search of the lost civilization ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-07-19By Reid Peryam
    4 months ago
  • Lisbon, Portugal
    I flew from Bogotá to Lisbon in order to spend a weekend pitching a startup company I had been developing in Bogotá. The goal was to determine if the opportunity has merit and is worth pursuing, using impartial judges to test against my own bias. I had about two days ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-07-09By Reid Peryam
    4 months ago
  • Bogotá, Colombia
    My favorite city in the world is Bogotá, Colombia and I have a hard time explaining to people why; it’s big, it’s dirty, the traffic and infrastructure are abysmal – how can I think that Bogotá is so great? This city feels authentic in a way that others just don’t. ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-07-06By Reid Peryam
    5 months ago
  • MedellĂ­n, Colombia
    As a travel hipster, Medellin is a place I’ve never been interested in visiting. It’s probably the most popular white person and ex-pat destination in Colombia owing to convenience, temperate climate, great infrastructure, lush flora and legendary, beautiful women. Without a doubt Medellín is the prettier, daintier little sister to ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-06-30By Reid Peryam
    5 months ago
  • Santa Marta, Colombia
    Bogotá has been a blessing but also a quagmire of comfort — I’ve done a poor job of exploring the rest of Colombia as I have been happy (too happy?) living a normal life in the capital city; that’s a lazy way to live in a country so geographically diverse ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-06-03By Reid Peryam
    6 months ago
  • Ayahuasca Anniversary
    One year ago, while I was in Lima Peru, I ventured to a shaman in the Peruvian Amazon to drink ayahuasca. I gave a talk in Bogota, Colombia two weeks ago on my experience — what happened. I thought it was important to articulate the details and I recorded my story. ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-05-12By Reid Peryam
    6 months ago
  • Quito, Ecuador
    My friend Travis works for Remote Year – the company that first facilitated my escape from office life two years ago; he invited me to a weekend retreat in Quito, Ecuador with the purpose of getting “One Layer Deeper” with other creative, curious and inspired people currently travelling with Remote Year. ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-04-23By Reid Peryam
    7 months ago
  • Dublin, Galway, Cork, Kilkenny, Ireland
    I rendezvoused with my father, sister and youngest nephew in Dublin for a week of road-tripping through the Irish countryside. We rented a car (a beast of a van — I was lugging extra luggage from Switzerland) and ventured west along the The Wild Atlantic Way, Ring of Kerry and ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-04-18By Reid Peryam
    7 months ago
  • Veysonnaz, Switzerland
    I rented a chalet with two friends in the Swiss Alps for the winter. Veysonnaz was optimal for our price point as a small resort, less posh and pricey than other locations like St. Anton, St. Moritz, Verbier or Zermatt while providing access to the other resorts of the four valles with our ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-04-07By Reid Peryam
    8 months ago
  • My Apartment in Denver, Colorado is Available
    My tenant is moving out of my furnished industrial loft in Denver, Colorado May 13th, 2017. Subsequently I am offering it to friends who want to visit/stay in Denver prior to arranging for a long term tenant. If you are interested please let me know. Location: on the edge of ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-03-24By Reid Peryam
    8 months ago
  • Zermatt, Switzerland
    In 1997 I spent the fall semester of my sophomore year of high school attending an American school in Zermatt, Switzerland. Zermatt is the home of the Matterhorn, 29+ 4000 meter+ peaks and beautiful scenery. No cars or trucks are allowed within the town limits and we needed to take a 15 ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-03-16By Reid Peryam
    8 months ago