Eating pizza in Buenos Aires, the land of empanadas and humongous slabs of beef? That may not be how you would expect a walking-eating tour to begin in this, the most cosmopolitan city in South America. Continue reading
Imagine the canyon country of southern Utah dotted with world-class wineries and Spanish Colonial architecture. Continue reading
Within 45 minutes of remarking to my paddling partner, “sea kayaking is so relaxing,” we were battling the highest winds and waves I have ever encountered in a kayak. Continue reading
The three days on our expedition cruise on the Stella Australis through the Beagle Channel and the Strait of Magellan from Ushuaia, Argentina to Punta Arenas, Chile produced some of the most beautiful and compelling photos I have ever taken. Continue reading
After almost 28 hours of travel, I finally slid into bed at my hotel in Ushuaia, the Los Acebos. These are some scenes from the breakfast room the next morning, just a taste of what’s to come. Continue reading
This was a great trip. Not easy or relaxing, but one of the most active, diverse and stimulating trips I have ever taken.
The activity, scenery, wildlife and just plain fun continues.
This was the most amazing day of snorkeling I have ever had.
Now I know why they call this an “active, multi-sport adventure.” In our first full day in the Galapagos, we kayaked, snorkeled and hiked. My knees ache, but my psyche soars!
Giant tortoises, sleek frigate birds, stunning sunsets, sea lions frolicking in the surf and tributes to a scientist (Charles Darwin) — all of this in just a few hours after arriving in San Cristobal, our first stop in the Galapagos.