When writing my CrosbyReports, the travel destinations themselves are of no importance. In fact, to be perfectly honest, they’re almost beside the point. They’re nothing more than a subject or topic around which to make stupid jokes. So if you’re expecting to learn something useful about travel destinations like Lisbon, the Sahara, or Tahiti, you will be sorely disappointed. My apologies.
Steep Ravine, CA: Tired of hotels with electricity, heat, and indoor plumbing?
Let me tell you about Mount Tamalpais State Park in Marin County, California.
Kyoto Japan is so well-preserved, it doesn’t look a day over a thousand.
If you like temples, tea gardens, and time-travel, you’ll love Kyoto, Japan.
Tokyo Japan is irrefutable proof that the Japanese hate suburbs.
If you’re headed to Tokyo, Japan, you’ll need help surviving in the world’s most monster-prone battleground.
What to do in Ithaca New York other than getting drunk, stoned, or a college degree.
Ithaca puts two bastions of radical, anti-establishment, and progressive thought on Cayuga Lake, the middle finger of the Finger Lakes.
Why you should visit Australia in spite of all the things that could kill you.
Few other travel destinations offer tourists as many different and dangerous ways to painfully die.
3 sights in Oaxaca Mexico that almost make up for it not being on a beach.
Oaxaca, Mexico is a full eight-hour drive from the nearest coast. What the hell, right?
Amsterdam is the (Nether)land of pot, prostitution, and polders.
Amsterdam wasn’t always a haven for patchouli-wearing, pot-smoking perverts. For a long time, the place was just a big-ass swamp.
Bora Bora is the world’s leading producer of aqua and teal.
Who knew that aqua and teal were real colors that actually existed in the real world?
Tahiti may be the closest you’ll ever get to paradise without dying first.
Tahiti makes Bali look like Detroit, Michigan in the winter.
Melbourne is the most livable city in Australia’s otherwise sweltering hellscape.
Compared to Australia’s other major cities, Melbourne is a breath of fresh, and freezing Arctic air.