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2 Days in the Valley, Yosemite Valley

Yosemite National Park is the second most visited national park in the United States. The park is filled with iconic natural monuments such as El Capitan, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Falls and… Continue reading

Expedition Sedona

    Sedona, Arizona, is a popular travel destination for its five-star spas and wonderful art museums. There’s also another reason why people visit, the incredible landscape. I recently returned from a four-day road… Continue reading

Into the Sun

  I run toward the sun for its warmth, its light and its vitality. I forsake the possibility of burning in its rays as I soak up the energy which illuminates the day. I… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Prayer

    Prayer is the most important conversation you can have. Don’t see it as just a religious practice but a way to build a rapport with god. A vital act to one’s well-being. A way to transcend… Continue reading

Inspiration

    Moments like this are my inspiration to travel. My reason to value experiences over material things. I’ll never have many things  in my life but the memories will be immense.     I… Continue reading

Lisbon Portugal

    Lisbon was once a center for travelers and explorers. Very few cities rivalled Lisbon during the Age of Discovery for explorers. Portugal was a key contributor in exploration during this period by… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Desert Inspiration

    Life can be tough, harsh like a desert. Even a rainy day would be a welcome change to the daily beating of extreme heat on the desert. Stay strong as better days… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Persistence

    Persistence is a trait of champions. Those who continue on the path even in the face of adversity in the endless pursuit of the difficult. The optimistic who believe that the objective is… Continue reading

Relaxing Cancun

      I recently returned from a unique travel experience. No, it wasn’t an epic trek, or spotting of Sasquatch, but a great time where I spent most of my time relaxing.… Continue reading

Expedition Bali, Land of The Gods

  My travels to Bali are behind me know and I can truly admit to you that it surpassed my expectations. This tropical destination is at the top of many travelers’ list and… Continue reading

Bali and My Coastal Wanderings

  My travel days were blending into one another. I had a hard time keeping up with what day of the week it was. My days were filled with one expedition after another. The… Continue reading

Expedition Thailand

    There are few places in the world that can inspire one to travel. One such place is the Southeast Asian country of Thailand. The vivid colors of the country and its… Continue reading

Maya Bay and The Phi Phi Islands

    The archipelago of the Phi Phi Islands is located in Thailand’s Andaman Sea. The archipelago is made up of six islands with Phi Phi Don as the only populated island in the chain. This… Continue reading

Phi Phi Don, Thailand

      Thailand is one of Asia’s top destinations and the main reason for this is the many beautiful beaches and ideal tropical islands. When I planned my trip to Thailand, I wanted… Continue reading

The Legend of Siam

  The Legend of Siam (travel log)   Travel back through history, to a time where a young nation was just coming of age. Siam, known today as Thailand, was becoming a nation.… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – In search of Paradise

  Searching for paradise is a journey all travelers pursue. Even everyday people plan and wish to visit such a location. I’ve been blessed with finding such locations and continue to pursue more of… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Table for One

      Solo travelers around the world know the feeling of dining alone. Traveling without a companion means you will most likely dine alone until you befriend fellow nomads. It takes a certain self confidence knowing… Continue reading

Palm Springs Tram and Alpine Forest

      Palm Springs is a popular destination in the California desert. It offers multiple activities and attractions  for people from Southern California to flock to this city on weekends and some… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Ghostly Figures

  Ghostly Figures    For those who believe in the paranormal, anything is possible. The deceased roam the world, caught in purgatory, unable to enter heaven. Existing in the same world they once inhabited… Continue reading

Hiking Hell’s Gate, Kenya

  Hell’s Gate, Kenya The name evokes the images of somewhere hot and deadly. An African wilderness filled with top of the food chain predators. Hell’s Gate National Park in Kenya should be renamed… Continue reading

Lake Nakuru, Kenya, Africa

    March 9,2016 Lake Nakuru National Park is famous for its thousands of flamingos, at least it used to be. Many of these birds have moved and favored other lakes. During my visit,… Continue reading

Astonishing Scale

    Astonishing Scale Travel can teach you many things. If your visual and mental awareness is keen and you are able to accept the scope of the moment, It is unavoidable to witness the astonishing scale… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Monoliths in the Sky

  Monoliths in the sky piercing the calming blue hue of the ceiling above. Only reachable by birds and the winds that propel them, the peaks stand as centuries over their realm.   photo:… Continue reading

Weir Canyon to Irvine Park

  January 30th, 2016 The day began with rays of sunshine, another typical day in Southern California it appeared to be.  But, in the near distance gray clouds threatened to cover the sun.  As… Continue reading

Where in The World? Colonial Town Square

. Where in the world?   This square happens to be flanked by a centuries old church and opera house, along with a monument in the center which represents the region. Colonial town squares… Continue reading

The Lucky Traveler

. I’m often told that I’m lucky to be able to travel which makes me resent that term to describe my travels. I plan and sacrifice in order to see the world, to… Continue reading