Visiting 7 Continents by Age 27!

I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions because I’ve never kept one – or even remembered my resolution past February. However, I always love to have a goal in the back of my mind that I’m constantly working towards and dreaming about. For the past 4 or so years, that dream has been to Read more…

January Spotlight: The Galápagos Islands with Lindblad Expeditions

With the rush of the holidays behind us but the grasp of winter still holding tight, many travelers are eagerly asking, “Where next?” Our partner spotlight this month is Lindblad Expeditions, whose Galápagos itineraries check all the boxes for an unforgettable family-friendly adventure: unique wildlife, exciting activities, engaging kids programs and more. The Galápagos Islands Read more…

The Luckiest Girl: A Honeymoon in Peru

I am the luckiest girl in the world. This is my 19th trip to Peru, and the best one yet…my honeymoon!  Paul and I were married on a sandy beach in the Galapagos Islands, our tiny ceremony attended only by close friends, a black-tip reef shark and a mess of curious marine iguanas. Now here Read more…

Exploring the Enchanted Islands

Before my September expedition cruise voyage to Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands, my knowledge of Galapagos wildlife amounted to a few nuggets gleaned from a late 1990s science class. Nevertheless, I peppered pre-departure conversations with friends with buzzwords like Darwin, sea lions, The Origin of the Species, giant tortoises and, of course, blue-footed boobies, hoping I’d sound Read more…

The South American Answer

Travel is a natural high. It feeds the soul and opens the mind in an inexplicable way. While technology is able to bring us closer than ever before to some of the most far off places without the need to leave home, all of the YouTube videos and Facebook posts in the world cannot replicate Read more…

Galapagos Tortoise “Rarest Living Creature” to Become Dad

Lonesome George, the last Galápagos giant tortoise, may become a dad.  Scientists wait to see if five eggs are fertile after years of trying to get world’s ‘rarest living creature’ to mate successfully. Lonesome George, the last remaining Galápagos giant tortoise, may soon be a father after years of efforts by scientists trying to get Read more…