• Yosemite

    During our latest visit to "the park" in mid October, Yosemite Falls was flowing like in mid Spring. Sometimes you just get lucky! The shoulder seasons (early spring, mid to late fall) are excellent … [Read More]

    Yosemite
  • The Power & Beauty of Sub Saharan Africa

    Upon finalizing my flights to South Africa from Bangkok, I told a good friend who has traveled extensively in Africa that I would kiss the African soil for him. He replied, "Kiss Africa's ground for … [Read More]

    The Power & Beauty of Sub Saharan Africa
  • Exploring Local Agritourism in Southern Sweden

    The region of Skåne is Sweden's "breadbasket", a landscape filled with agriculture, both rolling hills and flatlands and is surrounded by the Baltic Sea on three sides. Entry to this region is easy - … [Read More]

    Exploring Local Agritourism in Southern Sweden
  • Ngoma Safari Lodge Botswana

    Ngoma Safari Lodge is located on the edges of Chobe National Park in Botswana. This fairly new property opened in May 2011 and was officially dedicated in July 2011 with his Excellency, Botswana's … [Read More]

    Ngoma Safari Lodge Botswana
  • Tuscan Delights

    When I first married into a Tuscan family, I was stunned at the sheer number of butcher shops that stood under the elegant porticos in Greve-in-Chianti's gracious piazza. This tiny town in the middle … [Read More]

    Tuscan Delights
  • Bring Adventure Back to Europe

    This was Richard's Keynote to The European Travel Commission, presented on May 9, 2013. This also took first place in our 2013 travel writing competition. I once ran with the bulls of … [Read More]

    Bring Adventure Back to Europe
  • Paradise in Palau – Kayangel

    The word "paradise" is truly defined by Palau's northern most state of Kayangel, which is composed of merely four small atoll islands. Total population: under 100. Total "wow" factor: 100+ percent. It … [Read More]

    Paradise in Palau – Kayangel
  • Visiting Trinidad in the West Indies: Short Notes

    Flights to the Island arrive at POS (not the most politically correct airport code in the world) but it stands for Port of Spain. On a good day (without traffic) it takes about 30 minutes from the … [Read More]

    Visiting Trinidad in the West Indies: Short Notes
  • A Musselsafari with Orust Shellfish in Lysekil – Western Sweden

    One of the highlights of exploring western Sweden and its small villages and towns along the country's western archipelago, is the seafood. A unique tour and a good way to spend part of a day … [Read More]

    A Musselsafari with Orust Shellfish in Lysekil – Western Sweden
  • Thailand: One man’s virgin tour

    Dried fish at a Bangkok street market I wake up at 5:30 a.m. on the 57th floor of the Lebua at State Tower, an upscale hotel in the thick of Bangkok, the Praya River snaking by below. I stand and … [Read More]

    Thailand: One man’s virgin tour
  • Ramona Bruland, Adventure, Lifestyle & Adventure TV Host

    While browsing Twitter I stumbled across Ramona's outdoor and adventure accomplishments. Discovering that she is originally from Adelaide and with a recent trip to South Australia including Adelaide, … [Read More]

    Ramona Bruland, Adventure, Lifestyle & Adventure TV Host
  • Reflections of Ohrid – Macedonia

    Let us set the scene for your visit - Lake Ohrid, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of Macedonia's true natural gems. Here are the basics: the old town of Ohrid is the place to stay with its … [Read More]

    Reflections of Ohrid – Macedonia
  • Teri Johnson: Co-host of Travelista TV

    Teri is very well traveled - focusing her trips on adventure, lifestyle, cuisines, music, parties and more as co-host of the popular Travelista tv - an online travel show. Recently we had the … [Read More]

    Teri Johnson: Co-host of Travelista TV
  • Charming and Mysterious Mazatlan

    We had never been to Mazatlan, Mexico before and weren’t sure what to expect — except beautiful beaches and luxury resorts, perhaps. We found those and so much more, including history, culture and … [Read More]

    Charming and Mysterious Mazatlan
  • Without An Address, You Can’t Go Home

    When I lived in Las Vegas, my title at United Parcel Service was "Bad Address Clerk." Because Vegas is a town of drifters, grifters and shifters of identity, packages would continually go astray, … [Read More]

    Without An Address, You Can’t Go Home

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