I had a bad feeling the minute we stepped off the plane and into the airport. We were now in the mysterious land of Vlad the Impaler (Dracula), but that wasn’t it. We were tired, jet-lagged and not thinking straight, but did that make a difference? Maybe.
Category: Featured, Travel Tips Tags: airport, bucharest, cab, castle, eastern, europe, robbed, romania, scam, taxi, taxi scams
In a land far, far away, surrounded by rivers and jungles, live one of the world’s most peaceful people. The forest people. We call them orangutans, which is translated literally as orang meaning “person” and hutan meaning “forest”. Native to the rain forests of Indonesia and Malaysia, these amazing beings share 97% of their DNA, Read More
Category: Compassionate Living, Featured, Indonesia Tags: animal, ape, birute mary galdikas, borneo, camp leakey, deforestation, endangered, forest, indonesia, jungle, monkey, orangutan, palm oil, people, primate, rain forest, rimba lodge, tanjung puting, wildlife
Whale Watching and Exploring the Witch History in Salem We are masochists. Really. Backpacking for 6+ hours a day on cobblestone streets in the freezing cold and wind is only for the super adamant adventurers. My feet and back are obliterated. But it was amazing fun. And yes, I’m only talking about one weekend., Read More
Category: Destinations, Featured, United States Tags: 1692, boston, cemetaries, dolphins, food, freedom trail, getaway, history, massachusetts, new england, paul revere, salem, stellwagen, tomb, travel, trials, united states, vegan, whale watching, whales, witch