A short piece I wrote about my recent extended honeymoon is included in this National Geographic Traveler feature article entitled “Sudden Journeys: Twenty-five tales of last-minute travel prove that the least-planned trips can provide our longest-lasting memories.” My piece, “Not Your Typical Honeymoon,” is near the bottom of the page, among an incredible assortment of writers, including such heavyweights as Pico Iyer, Mark Jenkins, Rolf Potts, and Arthur Golden. This is the first time I’ve been published in NatGeo and though my story was pulled from the print edition at the last minute, I’m happy they found a place for it. The piece is a broad brush stroke about the 16-month round-the-world trip my wife and I took last year. I’m writing a narrative book about the experience as well. It will draw heavily from these original blog postings.