One of my travel techniques is to never assume NO is the answer. So when we were told we would never get a reservation at one of the best restaurants in the world, a dining establishment that was booked months in advance I decided to try. It was Lou’s birthday and we happened to pass… Read More Dining with The Best – #22 in the World
“If you bring a little soul to the encounter, maybe you’ll see something you didn’t look for, maybe you’ll open your heart a little, and see things that you didn’t imagine.” Larry Harvey In 1986 Larry Harvey and Jerry James started the first Burning Man on Baker Beach in San Francisco. Over three decades the… Read More Burn Baby Burn – Afrikaburn
When we first told people we were going to Colombia we got a lot of strange looks and some people came right out and said “are you crazy, it’s dangerous in Colombia”. But I had done my homework and what was once a country that was run by the drug cartels and recently rocked by… Read More The Real Cartagena
She was 28 when she met the love of her life. A young girl with a good job, beautiful black hair at the prime of her life. He was everything she wanted adventurous, good looking and he loved to travel. Her dream had always been to visit London. He promised her the world. She was… Read More The girl with flowing black hair and a beautiful smile.
Over the years I have been exposed to many Shaman in my many times to Peru. A real shaman is a lineage profession that is passed from father to son and requires a tremendous amount of training. The shaman is like the priest and the doctor in many South American villages. During their lifetime shamans… Read More The Shaman
We flew into the capital city of Ecuador for our next set of adventures. During our Globetrotter trips we try to throw every type of fearful situation we can at the kids. If you can overcome your fear of swimming with sharks then you can overcome your fears in life. We kept the kids hopping… Read More Fear Factor in Ecuador
The Galapagos are beautiful, emerald green water where you can see 50 feet down. We visited many of the uninhabited islands. Most of them look like you are stepping on another planet, most formed by volcanic action. After snorkeling for several days looking for the elusive Black Tip, White Tip or Hammerhead sharks with no… Read More Hitting Gold in the Galapagos