My name is Byron, and I’m not your average cookie.  Instead of a delicious and gooey chocolate chip center, I contain the following: black licorice, salt, devils, lots and LOT of freckles, and a plethora of other absurdities.  I’m a bumbling fool and a maladjusted introvert with a unique perspective on offer.   I was born a misfit and I am determined to make some moves throughout this world in my own special way.

“So is this a travel blog?  A memoir?  Will there be delicious seven-layer-dip recipes thrown in?”   

All of this is to be determined, my voracious friend.  For now, expect lots of pretty pictures from this beautiful/dreadful world, and stories to go along with them.

misfit moves will reach places that don’t conform to social media Sunday Funday cliché.  It will be an honest take on what it is like to travel, learn, and live on the fringe of normal.  

#MusicMonday Thailand: Weekly curated tunes from around the globe

Welcome to #MusicMonday here at the misfit moves blog!  Each week I will curate a playlist for you that reaches across national and cultural boundaries.  Whether you’re rocking out with your concert crew or pumping some jams in the background of an all-night...

Marveling at a Tulum ruins sunrise and filling my belly with brains

Mexico is such a convenient country to travel to.  Tulum, my lovely destination,  was just a hop away from the Cancun - and far removed from the spring breaker crowd.  The close proximity, relative creature comfort, and prevalence of English speakers makes the entire...

A Misfit’s Guide to San Ignacio, Belize

If you're looking for the perfect home base while adventuring in the Cayo district of Belize, you've arrived. It’s also a convenient launching point for trips to Tikal. While you’re resting up from your activities, check out my in-town suggestions and enjoy this guide...

Belize will blow your mind with 5 tropical treasures

Image: Steve Sutherland A bevy of American tourists flies south and lands upon Central America every December. Being a travel hipster, I decided to beat the crowd by going to Belize in November. It was a transition month between the rainy season and abundant sunshine....

How to approach and enjoy a week in Paris

You have to be prepared for Paris.  On first impression, the city seems very impersonal and cold, as the stereotype goes for its people.  Even the colors speak to this; one would think beige and white would be the colors on the flag, as you see them everywhere in the...

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