After years of a self imposed cruise ban, I was ready to see if times had changed. What were they offering the people in the nations where they docked? Were they recycling? And did I only want to spend one day in a country with 3000 other people? … More To Cruise or Not to Cruise?
The spirit of Shackleton was with us as we traced his infamous journey from Fortuna Bay to Stromness. … More Shackleton’s Hike – South Georgia Is.
The slower nature of a train allows you to think, appreciate and watch an entire country pass you by. You will see things you could only imagine from a plane or night bus. … More The Beauty of Train Travel – Yangon to Bagan, Myanmar
We’re not talking about saving millions here, but if you think dinner is a $1….A $4 saving is 4 nights dinner. … More Top 10 On The Road Money Saving Tips
If you’re contemplating this trip make sure you take the train up the Rockies to Banff and the coach back down. The glass roof train winds its way along the river and climbs slowly up the great mountain range. The views are breathtaking. … More S.K.I Report – Canada in style
In 2014 I spent 3 months in Colombia, and I can assure you the most dangerous thing about it was the incredibly excessive amount of mosquitoes in Palomino. … More Colombia – Then and Now: Part 2
“Then one day my mum received a call saying that she had to leave. My Grandmother, Father and Uncle were getting arrested and she needed to get out. … More Colombia – Then and Now: Part 1
How does one ‘find oneself’? Apparently, I thought I had lost myself in the Colombian jungle, so that’s where I headed to look. … More Ayahuasca and an ironic awakening