Well hi there, everyone! It’s been about…oh wow, three years since we’ve had something go up here. Well, don’t count 2020, it’s a write-off for everyone. So, let’s say two years. Anyway, what are we up to? You can find
Lack of Social Connection and Smiling As a Drug
People today seem to be lacking a basic, day-to-day connection with those around them. Most of us live in cities so populated that to say “hello” or even smile at others walking by would be a waste of time and
Hey to everyone coming from Nomadic Matt! We were very honoured to be able to have a chat with Matt, and we’re really excited to have you here! Check out our YouTube channel and Facebook page, if you haven’t already, and
Health on the Road
We came home rather unexpectedly. At least, it was unexpected for everyone watching our videos, reading the blog and following us on Facebook. In reality, it was somewhat long anticipated. I’ve been dealing with health problems for the past 3
Moroccan? More like Moroccan’t.
So we’ve left Morocco. I couldn’t handle it. That’s the straight-up truth. I went through a lot of external, emotional stuff wholly aside from the Moroccan experience, something I’ll detail in another post about long-distance relationships. Certainly having my heart
Portugal, number 1!
And so it begins… Well, actually, it began over a month ago but here’s your first blog post of the trip, from the one who didnt go too skool for english. I’m excited to publish this – spelling and grammar
Announcing Travelling Blind
This blog has seen some neglect in the past several months, and for that we apologize. Yes, I said we. That is because your beloved author and creator of Three Points of Contact, Dan, has taken on a partner. Hi,
You call that a travel post? This is a travel post.
So I’ll admit that my last few posts have been different from what one would expect from a travel blog. Here, then, is a catch-up from my last few weeks. I initially had a week in Ireland. I think I’ve
This is not even my final form!
Welcome to Three Points of Contact, the third iteration! I suppose I could place a bit of spin on it and call it Three Points of Contact: Remastered. I’ve said it before, but it’s incredibly hard to write a travel
Pardon the dust
I assure I’m alive and well. Better than well. Because I like being cryptic and deceptive, I’ll leave you with this: check back this week. I have things to say regarding many topics, but mostly about the part where I go travelling