Apr 20, 2018 Central Australia
Uluru is known as the spiritual heart of Australia. I’d seen photographs of Uluru (formerly known as “Ayers Rock”) since I was young and neglected visiting it. Instead I roamed all corners of the world, while leaving Australia’s outback, my relative backy…
Mar 10, 2018 Reflections
So much of the United States is blessed with an abundance of beautiful national monuments, parks, and forests. These really belong to all people, and should be shared in a sustainable way. Find out why America's National Monuments are under threat and wha…
May 23, 2017 Bangkok, Thailand
Here are five expert suggestions for outdoor activities that will make your next holiday in Thailand extra special… so special that you’ll want to come back.
Apr 21, 2017 Travel Tips
Growing concern over climate change has led to an increased desire to travel more responsibly. Find out why bus travel is growing in popularity and how it helps the environment too.
Feb 15, 2017 Hawaii, USA
Getting up close to an active volcano has been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember. I finally got the chance on a recent cruise to Hawaii. Find out everything you need to know to make your dream come true.
Feb 7, 2017 Southeast, USA
I like aquariums. But I’ve never been as emotionally stirred as when I visited the Clearwater Marine Aquarium near Tampa, Florida. My life changed when I met a little dolphin named Winter.
Nov 13, 2016 Mexico
When you need a rejuvenating break, sometimes a mini getaway fits the bill. We took a 3-day trip to Mexico’s west coast for the first time and discovered a luxury all-inclusive resort in Riviera Nayarit a cut above the rest. Find out why.
Oct 16, 2016 Alaska
Gliding across the arctic water of the world’s largest UNESCO protected biosphere is indescribable. That’s why I’ll let these photos of Alaska’s Glacier Bay do the talking.
Sep 18, 2016 Mexico
The idea of swimming with whale sharks will either exhilarate or terrify you. Our 6-year-old son fit into the 2nd category, until he saw how much fun we were having, and then we could’t stop him jumping over the side of the boat.
Sep 4, 2016 Family Tips
We all know how important it is for families to share meal times together. Make meal time preparation fun and exciting for your kids with these simple yet delicious camping recipes.
Aug 26, 2016 Mexico
We took a environmentally sensitive and socially conscious small group tour to to Sian Ka’an on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. It included authentic Mayan food, ancient Mayan ruins, traditional stories, lush jungle, and something a little unexpected… gi…
Aug 12, 2016 Eastern Canada
Nestled along the eastern shore of Nova Scotia, you will find Liscomb. A place where locals have never left and tourists rarely come. A place, as we discovered, where getting reacquainted with nature quickly becomes second nature.
Aug 9, 2016 Northeast, USA
Only have a few days for a summer US getaway? No problem! Here’s everything you need to know 3 days in New Hampshire - accommodation, attractions, food and more.
Jul 6, 2016 Southeast, USA
When I heard about Florida’s award-winning beaches in South Walton, I was curious what all the fuss was about. But one simple activity during this trip stole the show... we discovered the ins and outs of beach sand sculpture from one of the best in the bu…
Jul 5, 2016 Travel Tips
I’ve put it off for a long time, but finally with some time in Mexico I tackled one of my long-time bucket list items: learning to scuba dive. Find out how I got a taste for scuba diving - from newbie to open ocean within a few hours, using PADI’s Discove…
Jun 25, 2016 Southwest, USA
If you only have one day on vacation in Arizona, then make it a good one. See how you can fit all this in one memorable day: a sunrise scene flight over the Grand Canyon, Upper Antelope Canyon guided tour and rafting trip down the Colorado River through H…
Jun 24, 2016 Southwest, USA
We embarked on our first family RV trip with great success. Follow our 1-week journey through Nevada, Utah and Arizona, witnessing some of the most stunning landscapes in the United States. We did all the hard work planning the trip so you don’t have to!
Jun 21, 2016 Southwest, USA
We went behind the scenes at one of the most stunning natural wonders in the United States - Monument Valley. Beyond the well-worn tourist road, there’s a special trail reserved only for local Navajo guides. We explored for several hours and got up close …
Apr 30, 2016 Southeast, USA
Florida is a vacation mix-a-lot. Some people go to Florida to spend every day at a theme park. Others look forward to a glamorous tropical cruise. And last, but not least, it’s hard to resist the lure of Florida’s sandy white beaches. And that is why we c…
Mar 29, 2016 Southeast, USA
Tallahassee is much more than just the political capital of Florida… we discovered plenty of things to do with kids, from kayaking with alligators to seeing the world’s largest magnet. Hmmm… maybe that’s why we were so attracted to this city? ;-)