We arrived in Paris eight hours later than original flight time due to numerous delays on American Airlines.
After dropping our things in our apartment, we decided to walk over the world and see the pyramid at night Read More
Many years since I was here,
On the street I was passin' my time away
To the left and to the right,
Buildings towering to the sky
It's outta sight in the dead of night
Back in the New York groove, in the New York groove...
- Ace Frehley
As sort of a last minute change happened in my plans, I decided to drive to Mexico for a few weeks. My initial destination was Guerrero Negro to see the migration of the whales and I eventually ended up in Loreto, which was the first capital of Baja extending all the way north to San Francisco. Read More
Over the Christmas holidays, we decided to visit Montanita as a place for the kids to surf and for all of to enjoy some quiet time at the beach. I have to say that Ecuador was one of the cleanest countries I've ever visited in my life. On our way from the airport tomorrow to month Anita, we drove through quite a bit of Guayaquil, which is the major city closest to Montanita with an international airport. In our drive through the city, I personally didn't notice one piece of trash on the street throughout the whole city. I don't know if its the amount of international investment happening or simply national pride but it was certainly impressive. Read More
As a result of recently being caught in México without a few things that I needed, I thought I'd work on my list of travel items that I shouldn't leave home without... Read More
These are the best inspirational travel quotes ever (in my opinion). Get motivated to explore the world with these memorable quotes from famous travelers.
I’m slightly embarrassed to say that I love inspirational travel quotes. They capture little moments of clarity that highlight truths about travel, adventure, and life.
Great travel quotes remind me that the emotions I’ve felt traveling the world for the past 5 years have been experienced by many others.
We’re all connected by a love for travel! Read More
This is my first visit to this tiny slice of paradise in the Gulf of Mexico.
Located approximately 30 minutes by ferry east of the mainland, it is a somewhat unspoilt paradise of quiet beaches and white sand roads that has yet to be overrun with large resorts or rowdy tourists.
There's a story behind everything, I just wish I could hear them all
It's always amusing to me that I notice such different things as I begin my journeys, things that I might not ever see at home... Read More