Posts filed under: Travel

“Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes Nothin’ remains quite the same…”– Jimmy Buffett As I floated in the clear turquoise waters over the coral reef, I observed a school of...
    “BACK PADDLE, BACK PADDLE, BACK PADDLE!” screamed our guide Roberto as if it was a matter of life and death. We were going through our first Class IV...
  Sometimes it takes a friendly ‘nudge’ to get you back on track. Being chosen to participate in HostelBooker’s 7 Super Shots was the motivation I needed to resume posting...
“Paradise Found” in Moorea Moorea, also referred to as Mo’orea, is part of the Society Islands Archipelago of French Polynesia. Geography: Location: South Pacific Coordinates: 17º32′ S 149º 50′ W...
Today’s Wanderlust Wednesday Image: Torres Del Paine   Geography: Parque Nacional Torres del Paine (Torres del Paine National Park) is located in the spectacular Patagonia region of Southern Chile. Coordinates: 50.9423º S,...
I’m trying something new which I’m calling “Wanderlust Wednesday”  where I will post an image or photo essay of a particular place somewhere in the world!   Today we are...
Today we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Hiram Bingham’s “rediscovery” of Machu Picchu, Peru, the ancient Incan City. Or, as I like to call it, his introduction of Machu Picchu...
Machu Picchu and I have something in common: we share the same birthday! Sunday, July 24th, marks the 100th Anniversary of Hiram Bingham’s “re-discovery” of Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of...
 It had rained all night at the Manu Wildlife Center, in the Southern Peruvian Amazon.  So, it was a very soggy morning when Marlene, our jungle guide from Inkanatura, came...
 Traveling to the jungle is probably one of the greatest adventures a nature and wildlife lover can experience. Cradling the equator, around the world, there are still some relatively pristine...