The day started with an AM taxi ride out to Kampot from Sihanoukville in Cambodia. The trunk was full of SCUBA tanks and other required diving gear. We were hunting for a water-filled cave in the jungle, after all. Continue Reading →
What makes an adventure travel family? Is it fearlessness? Is it drive and perseverance?
As I got older and had children I seemed to lose that drive in lieu of caring for babies and subsequently put on my responsibility cap! Boring, I know. Luckily after a couple of years I slowly realized that none of this exploring needed to end because I had kids. Continue Reading →
By Guest Blogger Hal Brindley
Cristina and I were camping in Ithala National Park in South Africa when a couple invited us to share dinner around their campfire. Five minutes into the conversation the man turned to me and said, “I’m sailing to Antarctica with a couple friends and we need another man. Are you interested?” Continue Reading →
One of the best things about having a blog is that people give you awesome free stuff to give away to your readers. Things like a Kindle Fire, which is a tablet I wish that I actually owned for myself. Continue Reading →
Do you ever get fed up of sitting on the sidelines watching other people have fun? Me too, so when I notice that happening I tend to do something about it. Continue Reading →
Above: Everything I owned in the sidewalk waiting for the bus to the airport
After being abroad for six years, moving home was scarier than leaving in the first place. Continue Reading →
Guest post by Darcie Connell
Redwood National Park
It’s the most overlooked destination in California.
Because it’s the a long and grueling drive from San Francisco or Portland International Airport. Continue Reading →