These are some websites that you might enjoy:
Friends sites - links to various former friends, colleagues, classmates & acquantance's pages:
BoxofRecollections - Found my website online and we traded links. Has a very impressive blog.
Bruno Ferreira - Ex-ABA classmate Bruno's site. Astonomy, rock climbing, travelling, yoga, etc. It's all here!
Country Farm Lifestyles - My former boss at the UAE Academy, turned farming guru in Tuscany, Kathy Ann Bax's website on farming.
J Neo Marvin & the Content Providers - While living in San Francisco, I had the honor to play with J Neo Marvin's, formal X-Tal frontman, solo project. I played several instruments - cumbus (a Turkish sort of banjo thing), keyboards, but mainly lead guitar. We played live shows in the Bay Area and I got to play on Neo's third album, Freedom Fried. Anyway, Neo's an incredibly talented singer-songwriter whose lyrics often have a strong political messege to them. If you think that's your sort of thing then check out Neo's mainpage.
Noodlebrain - My old housemate in San Francisco, Davis Jones' ambitious project to shift the current global economy to enlightened capitalism. Check it out!
Vance Stevens - My father's sort of a guru in the ESL world - especially in CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning). His website has lots of stuff for both teachers and students.
Glenn's old sites - some of my old sites that I no longer update:
Jokes - This is my old jokes page. I made it a long time ago. It's all pretty silly but people seem to link to my mainsite from here a lot so I kept it. If you're more on the conservative side, then don't go here.
My Content Providers site - I kept my own J Neo Marvin & the Content Providers site while I was playing in the band. I may have left San Francisco, but the website will never die.
Other sites I frequent:
Big Soccer - If you like to talk about the beautiful game then don't go here - believe me, it will ruin your life!
Lonely Planet Guide - If you're a backpacker and like travelling independently, then Lonely Planet Guide is your bible. This is their official site, but check out the lonely planet Thorn Tree Forum. If you're going anywhere and have some queries - this is an excellent place to get some feedback from fellow traveller. I post here a lot.
Travelblog.org - This is another great place to get information about travels. It's kind of an online backpackers blog extravaganza.