Puerto Rico EP75: Old San Juan

Puerto Rico EP75: Old San Juan

Old San Juan is the first episode of our PUERTO RICO season at Booker Travel. From traditional to modern treats, Puerto Rico’s capital, San Juan, is a city full of culture and history. Booker’s visit begins with a day spent in the old city, where historical buildings and colonial style architecture give him an introduction to the island. Also on […]

May 17, 2015 at 4:07 am 0 comments

Puerto Rico EP75: Teaser

Puerto Rico EP75: Teaser

Booker Travels is back on the road, and our new destination is… Puerto Rico! Check out our site or YouTube channel for our upcoming episodes and tips on the island. From Rincon to San Juan, Booker explores the “enchanted” island while meeting locals for skateboarding, surfing, good music and delicious food. Music: Angel Luis Torruellas | Soy Caribeña | Amazon

May 2, 2015 at 9:42 pm 0 comments

Music from our Nica Episodes

Music from our Nica Episodes

Music plays a big role at Booker Travels. It helps us to get a better taste of local culture and to learn what it’s like to live in different parts of the world. Thank you to all of the talented musicians who allowed us to feature their music in our Nicaragua series. Want to hear more? Click on the links […]

September 28, 2012 at 3:07 pm 0 comments

Call for NYC bands

Call for NYC bands

This week is our last episode in Nicaragua and we are sad to leave. Check back next Saturday when we wrap up our amazing trip with the best of Nica. Bands in NYC – we are holding an open call for local musicians who’d like to perform in our future shows. Watch Pelea! in our Barcelona series here and send […]

September 21, 2012 at 6:40 pm 0 comments

Dear Suburbia, now online

Dear Suburbia, now online

Dear Suburbia, An excursion into the absurd is now available online This is another legendary travel surf film by Kai Neville, the creator of Modern Collective and Lost Atlas. Where to get it? iTUNES WHAT YOUTH | website Please note: there is a parental advisory for some adult suggestive content. Who: Dane Reynolds, John John Florence, Kolohe Andino, Yadin Nicol, […]

September 14, 2012 at 7:56 am 1 comment

Nicaragua Ep17: Christmas

Surfing. A monkey fed from a baby bottle. A cockfight. Grandma at a disco. What do these things have in common? A Christmas in Nicaragua. Music: Si*Sé http://www.sisenyc.com/ CARLOS PUEBLA http://soundcloud.com/nicamusica13/carlos-puebla-para-alla-se-fue http://cubaysumusica.blogspot.com/2012/08/carlos-puebla-en-nicaragua-libre-vol-i.html REVUELTA SONORA http://www.revueltasonora.com/

September 8, 2012 at 5:58 am 1 comment

Not Far From Home

Not Far From Home

As Booker continues his journey through Nicaragua, we begin getting ready for his end of the summer trip. This is not going to be far from home, NYC, and we hope you will follow the trip through his daily journals – to be announced.   Wishing Camila Barcelos the best on her return to Brazil! Boa Sorte com tudo Camila!! […]

August 24, 2012 at 8:32 pm 0 comments

Nica and Ditch

Nica and Ditch

In this week’s episode, Booker leaves the beach for a taste of country in Nicaragua. Check out our new episode Nicaragua: Masaya.   Also, this Sunday, August 12th, BT will be on Ditch Plains, covering the 13th annual Rell Sunn Surf Contest! Hosted by the East End Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that raises money for East End locals who need […]

August 11, 2012 at 7:21 am 1 comment

Amazon EP7: Arrival

Amazon EP7: Arrival

The Brazilian Amazon was Booker’s most memorable trip as a little kid. When he can choose where to travel next, he asks to go back

May 17, 2012 at 6:52 pm 0 comments

Barcelona EP5: Gaudi

Barcelona EP5: Gaudi

Barcelona: Seeking Gaudi Barcelona is a festival of architecture, and one of the most unique architects who influenced the way this city looks is Antoni Gaudí. Booker goes out on his skateboard — looking for Gaudi’s buildings throughout the city.   Places Booker visited in Barcelona: Seeking Gaudi La Pedrera Casa Vicens Casa Batlló Sagrada Familia Park Güell Learn more […]

May 3, 2012 at 5:05 pm 2 comments