It was one of those days at work. Back to back meetings, looming deadlines, stuffy boardrooms, annoying coworkers. I pick up my phone to see three missed calls, more than a half dozen texts and a crazy email train with dates, passport numbers, itineraries and thank yous. Can you get away for April 9-10 weekend?…We … More New York City: 32 Adventures in 32 Hours
Since it only comes but once every four years, I have decided to commemorate the Leap Year phenomenon by sharing the best leaps from my travel adventures. The Great Jump of China The Bahama Beach Jump Man Overboard! The San Diego Boardwalk Jump Jump Like an Egyptian Border Jump (A Wall Won’t Stop Me!) … More #Instaleap: Leaps From Years Travelling Around the World
When you think of Africa, you imagine the desert plains and the gorgeous sunsets. And, if you’re truthful, the impoverished babies from the World Vision advertisements sneak into your mind (even though it makes you feel bad as a human). Now, when I think of Africa, a flurry of vastly different images flash in front … More South Africa: Crushing African Stereotypes
Despite the fact that I’ve been diving for over 12 years I had a lot of dive firsts on this trip to San Diego. It was the first time I have ever dove in North America. I did my first cold water dive. And I did a shore dive for the first time. First up. … More It Turns Out Cold Water Diving is…Cold!
A gentleman named Giovanni greeted us warmly and escorted us down the dock. I took his hand and gingerly stepped into the beautiful hand carved gondola as the sun was setting in the Coronado harbour. I love boats and I feel at home on the water but I was not expecting to find nirvana in … More Romance on Coronado Island