Have you ever been stuck in the Serengeti? Well, we have. And let me say, it was quite the adventure. It took nearly 4 hours and almost a dozen men to get us out of the mud on the Ndutu Plains. But it could have been much worse. Find out how….
Avid traveler and photographer who loves to see new places, meet new people, and experience new things. There is so much this world can teach us, we just need to explore!
Conservation should be the first priority, and that means sometimes we need to make sacrifices to ensure that these national treasures are preserved for future generations.
There is nothing better than snuggling up next to a warm fire on a cold winter night with those you love and watching a good movie. If you are like me, you can’t get enough of outdoor adventure movies. Nothing gets me more excited about planning my next […]
The most iconic image of Arches, and one of the most iconic images of the American West and our National Parks in general, Delicate Arch is an absolute must see for visitors to Arches National Park.
I have been to exactly half of the 46 National Parks in the continental United States, with plans to visit the remainder of the parks here and outside the 48 continental states. And I have plans to write about each and every one of those parks so that I can share with you my experiences and any tips I might have collected along the way.
If you were following along with your own trip in mind, you should have a compiled list of all of the things your group would like to see, ranked in order of what your group would like to see the most, and a map with all of these places laid out on it. If you haven’t done that yet, I suggest you go back and do that before reading this article any further. It will be awfully difficult to start planning the “how”, or the logistics, of your trip if you don’t yet know what you want to see and where those things are.
Now, before I get too far into outlining my process, let me be the first to say that I am in no way claiming to be an expert. Unless of course you call someone who has booked a hotel up a mountain in Switzerland with little access in or out in good weather, let along a snow storm, an expert.
One of the larger cities in Spain, and definitely one of the liveliest, Valencia is known for its amazing beaches. Situated on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, and with average highs in the upper 60’s in the winter and above 90 degrees in the summer, Valencia is a very popular European vacation destination.
I guess in that regard it is difficult for me to say that the city exceeded my expectations as I didn’t really know what to expect, but I will say that Barcelona did not disappoint.