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My Auditions, Movie Roles, and Other Random Videos

This post is just a place holder to put various movie clips that don’t really fit my Youtube channel. If you’re looking for my travel videos, you can find them here. Otherwise, here’s some random stuff that I’ve done over the last few years. I had a small part in the VH-1 Movie- Hammer-“Too Legit Too Quit”. I loved being part of a...

The Road to Hana- Maui

Maui is beautiful. The Road to Hana is not only the one road that circles the island, but it’s Mauis most famous drive. Some drivers love it and others, not so much. Follow me as I show you the highlights. Special thanks to Lahaina Shores Beach Resort for an amazing stay.

A Day in Lagos ,Nigeria

Nigeria might not be the first place on your list of travel destinations, but there’s great art, warm people and you can still find natural wonders just outside the cities. Follow the Traveling Wizard (Bill Wiatrak) as we explore a few places and sample some Nigerian food.

Thomasville Georgia

A Trip Back in Time When I was invited to speak in Thomasville, Georgia, I’ll admit, I wasn’t sure exactly where it was. I remembered a vague reference from Cars 3 and I thought I’d seen some photos in a Georgia brochure, maybe. The traveler’s conference was going to take place at a historical plantation called South Eden and the weekend...

How to get to Papua new guinea

Going “Dutch” on Holland America Unspoiled Beaches in Papua New Guinea Photo: Bill Wiatrak Papua New Guinea is one of the most remote islands on the planet and has often been described as “the last frontier” by travel aficionados. The first time I saw photos of this exotic country, I was instantly intrigued. It appeared to be a country untouched by tourism and time...

Diving the ss coolidge

MY BUCKET LIST DIVE IN VANUATU WWII remains at Million Dollar Point Photo: Bill Wiatrak The waves lashed against brown bits of twisted metal that were almost indistinguishable from the rocks. I could make out a wheel, an axle, possibly the remains of a truck… 80 years of salt water had smoothed most of the WW II military equipment dumped by the Americans into...

Bermuda- An Atlantic Paradise

You’ve seen the shorts, heard mystical stories about the triangle, but maybe you’ve still gotten Bermuda confused with Barbuda, Bahamas or Barbados. It happens. Unlike the other islands that start with a “B”, the oldest British colony in the world isn’t in the Caribbean. It’s in the North Atlantic a short flight from New York and it’s a very unique place worth...