Right now you may feel like travel is just a dream away. Something that we once found so easy has now become something we have to plan and account for during the next few months and beyond. We have all just been through a global pandemic, and while it isn’t over yet, things have started…
Month: June 2020
Puenting of Life – Bridge Jumping in Peru – Part 1
We headed out of the chaos of the city and up towards the highlands, in the foothills of the Andes, just two hours away from my downtown home.
The Most Expensive Resort in the World – Grand Resort Lagonissi
One of the world’s most expensive resorts is The Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens, Greece. Apart from the name, this Villa is royal in every other aspect as well.
Enchanting Lakes of Coron on Palawan
Crystalline coves and mysterious jungles make up Coron’s dramatic tropical sights. But a dip into the lakes open to a sublimely primitive world that can only be described as “ethereal.” Hence, any dive in the lakes amounts to an experience that is just magical.
La Fiesta Mama Negra in Ecuador
Down the spine of the Andes Mountains just one hour south of Quito, the city of Latacunga fills its streets with streamers and parades the cathedral’s statue of the Virgin and Child through several neighborhoods.
Making Travel Plans for a Safer Future
With the current pandemic still an ongoing situation that is disrupting travel to many countries, travel lovers are unsure when they might be able to travel freely again. Everyone wants to be safe, but beyond taking responsibility for yourself, you also need to pay attention to the travel rules that many countries have put into…
Peru’s Chavin de Huantar – Epic Archeological Adventure
Ancash lies quietly to the north of Lima, ignored by too many people who hop past to the golden northern beaches, the central jungle, or Cusco and Machu Picchu. Peru’s Chavin de Huantar – Epic Archeological Adventures and more await…
Volunteer Travel in Baños, Ecuador
When you volunteer and travel you make a difference in the lives of the people you meet.
The Egyptian Obelisk in Rome
The Roman Obelisk I love that there are Egyptian Obelisks in Rome, London, Istanbul, and Paris – this is the Roman one…anyone seen any others out there?
The Choquequirao Trek or How to Be a Weekend Warrior in Peru
We descended such distances that the climate visibly changed around us, getting warmer and subtropical until the trees were dripping with ripe mangos and avocados.