2017 was a banner year in terms of travel and lessons learned. I ticked off some bucket list items, caught up with old friends, and learned how to use GPS. I also learned the hardest lesson of all. To be patient…
I must admit, I was surprised at how easy Medellin was to navigate. I did go the wrong way on foot a couple of times, but just by using a metro map and my guide, …
Zion and Bryce National Parks are two American treasures that should rank highly on any bucket list. These unique landscapes offer endless opportunities for exploration and great photos.
Antelope Canyon in the 70s was only known to the Navajo, but that has changed and the Navajo are generously sharing this incredible slot canyon with everyone. I’ll tell you how to get there and what to do when you arrive.
My friend and former colleague, Dr. John Couper, eloquently describes the history and culture of Khiva Uzbekistan through his experience while visiting this lesser-known Central Asian country.
Grand Bahama Island and Freeport offer a laid back vibe with loads of clean beaches, atmospheric bars, and one extra special excursion you won’t want to miss. Swimming with stingrays is a Top 10 excursion in my book.
Guest blogger John Couper has written about one of the least visited and most unique places in South America. The region of Choco, Colombia left John only wanting more.
I have no regrets about choosing Australia’s Great Ocean Road as my first time to drive on the left. Once I figured out which side the turn signal was on, I could concentrate on one of the world’s most beautiful stretches of road.