Category Archives: Travel

April 25

Petra

Here are some more photos from the Lost City of Petra, near Aqaba, Jordan.

January 18

Hemi-Demi-Semi-Truths Vol. 2 The Origin of the Danish Half Sandwich

  In Today’s Hemi-Demi-Semi-Truth, we’ll explore one of the world’s great culinary anomalies, The Danish Half Sandwich. Anyone who has traveled to Denmark will have encountered the half sandwich option on just about any menu. This is a wide spread practice throughout Denmark, however many people are surprised to find out that there is a […]

January 11

Hemi-Demi-Semi-Truths vol.1 Crabs Eat Rocks

Hemi-Demi-Semi-Truths is a brand new, occasionally infrequent column I’m launching at andrewdmeyer.com. Here, I will explain some of the more esoteric things that I have learned in my travels. As someone who has been filling the internet with nonsense, professionally, for a few years now, I have decided that it’s time I give back and […]

July 04

A midsummer’s update

A little bit about music, a little about travel, maybe a humorous observation or two… It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything so here’s a little update on what’s been going on. I’ve been back in Scandinavia onboard the Eclipse for almost two months now. The sun doesn’t really set these days…it just takes […]

Michael Hankins’ addendum to- Drew’s Guide to Mucking Around the Changes; a Musicians’ Manual for Cruise Ship Living: South of the Border Edition- Panama Hats are made in Ecuador

Michael Hankins’ addendum to- Drew’s Guide to Mucking Around the Changes; a Musicians’ Manual for Cruise Ship Living: South of the Border Edition- Panama Hats are made in Ecuador.

April 20

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

I’ve been meaning to post something about Dubai for a couple of weeks now but haven’t gotten around to it. Currently I’m waiting in the Singapore airport so…no time like the present…   How do you begin to describe the city of Dubai? I’ve just spent three days there, which admittedly is not enough time […]

February 26

Malaysia

Malaysia is pretty rad. I’ve been to a few different places in the country and they’ve all been pretty different experiences. This country has great beaches, mountains, big cities, temples, and all sorts of good food. The Vatu Caves are not far from Kuala Lumpur and are used as a Hindu religious site. There’s a […]