Tag Archive: holiday

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

Snapshot Sunday – Venture and Discover

If you don’t venture you’ll never discover. One will never experience the world. Ordinary will be the apex of your life. Moments such as this will never happen.  Dream of adventure and awake in discovery.  photo:… Continue reading

Sequoia National Park

  Would you like to travel two thousand years into the past, to an enchanted forest? You don’t have a time machine? Don’t worry, you just need to make your way to Sequoia… Continue reading

Travel and the “Golden Hour”

  Travel has many perks and one such gift is being able to witness “the golden hour” from around the world. The time just after sunrise and right before sunset is a magical… Continue reading

Tahiti, Garden of Eden

Tahiti has been a popular travel destination for decades. The coastline has been the image of paradise since the first palm tree grew on its beach. We all know of its cover photo quality… Continue reading

Tahiti Mana

  Traveling to French Polynesia use to take months during the age of exploration and, now, just hours to fly to these islands of paradise. The western explorers sailed in their large sailing… Continue reading

Panama City, Panama

  When one plans to travel to Panama, the Panama Canal will always be on the itinerary, so a stay in Panama City is required. The city is located at the Pacific entrance… Continue reading

Yandup Lodge

  If you are seeking a getaway travel destination that allows you to unplug from society and temporarily hide from the world, you may get lucky and find Yandup Lodge in the Playon… Continue reading

San Blas Islands

  Take the path less taken and you’ll eventually travel to a place like Playon Chico of the San Blas Islands (Guna Yala) where time has tentatively stopped. The territory has remained mainly… Continue reading