A Pup’s Perspective: Sniffing Out The Viceroy Snowmass

This post comes courtesy of @JetSetPup, aka Bobbi, my Bahamian potcake rescue turned medical assist dog. She runs her own Instagram account, where she posts pictures of her travels: so far she’s been to three countries, flown private once, as cargo once and commercial more than half a dozen times, criss-crossing North America from Vancouver … More A Pup’s Perspective: Sniffing Out The Viceroy Snowmass

A Bracelet & A Note: The One Where I’m Asked Out By a Maasai Warrior (Sorta)

  On many Maasai Mara safaris in Kenya, visiting a traditional Maasai village is a highlighted experience – in fact, I think they funnel all the tourists to the same village. Even so, there is nothing “touristy” about the experience. Going there was one of the most memory-searing travel experiences I’ve had on this planet, … More A Bracelet & A Note: The One Where I’m Asked Out By a Maasai Warrior (Sorta)

The Exclusive All-Inclusive: Destination Dominican Republic

I’m often asked about the merits of staying at an all-inclusive over a traditional resort when traveling. While both have merits, when I want to travel without worrying about the expenses on the road, all-inclusive is the way to go. Especially if you just need to crash on the beach and not count calories or … More The Exclusive All-Inclusive: Destination Dominican Republic

Road Tripping Down South Africa’s Wild Coast

I can’t deny it — when it comes to road trips, nothing is more exciting than exploring a new coastline. And when it comes to South Africa’s 2,800-odd kilometers of surf-meets-sand, none is more poignant than the so-called Wild Coast. Covering a magnificent 350-kilometer section of Indian Ocean shoreline in the Eastern Cape, the appropriately … More Road Tripping Down South Africa’s Wild Coast