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Travel writer, Travel startup CEO, Travel developer, News site editor, PR company partner.
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Romania, Bulgaria, USA, Germany, France

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Moscow's Luxury Boutique Hotel Pokrovka

Last week I had occasion to send a technology team from my Our Russia Magazine to Moscow. Sasha and Natalya, my partners in the new media experiment, were scheduled to meet with Skolkovo science city executives and other key technology people in town. As it happened, they stayed at a wonderful hotel I knew of, …


Posted on December 3, 2015 at 4:30pm

New "exClone" brings AI to the Travel Industry

The birth of a new "exClone" unveils another world of potential for tech in travel. Phil Voyager, a project I've been working with these past months, it's artificial intelligence conceived of for cloning travel expertise. 

A Primer On Semantic Technologies

Years ago I was…


Posted on February 8, 2015 at 12:52pm

What of Crete in Winter?

I am an evangelist of all that is "Cretan," especially in the off season. This is largely true because I often visit there after or before the humongous crowds arrive. This majestic, friendly, and ultimately charming Greek island under the sun, it's so much better to take in beyond the noise. At least this is my view.

Let's face it, as social as we may be as…


Posted on October 22, 2014 at 2:30pm

Metochi Villas, Set Apart In the Wild of Crete

If you've never visited the Greek island of Crete, you’re in for a lot of surprises. Travelers are so often astounded by the scenery, the diversity, and utter uniqueness of this Island. However surprising the geography may be however, the simplicity of village life has to be the more pleasurable discovery. Why there's even a term that best describes the people you'll experience here. So well noted for stellar seascapes, the term Filoxenia (the love of visitors) outshines any Cretan…


Posted on April 11, 2014 at 6:26am — 1 Comment

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