Exploring the world and experiencing different cultures, Brooke and Jerrod are two adventurous and compassionate souls sharing their adventures, photos and a lot of great tips on travel, love, and compassion!
This was on our bucket list for a long time…to see gorillas and chimpanzees in their natural habitat. And last year, we made it happen!
The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda is one of the best places in the world to see mountain gorillas- if you are lucky to find them.
They are wild and are not tracked by tagging, but certain gorilla families are observed in their natural habitat for research and trackers go out in the early morning to find out their general vicinity. Read More
Many people have told me, “I really CAN’T travel right now.” For whatever reason, due to finances or obligations or something else, there are times in life when we may be stuck in one place, but we still feel the wanderlust deep inside.
Hey, don’t be sad!
FIND THE BEAUTY IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD.
There is beauty everywhere if you open your mind and look around. You can totally wanderlust in your neighborhood. Read More
Sounds awesome and glamorous, right?! Well it is, but you got to put in some work for it and some time and patience. If you are ready to do whatever it takes to see the world so you can experience other cultures, immerse yourself in nature, and be awed by the wonders of the world…read on!
First of all, I want to send love and light to Nepal and all who were affected by the tragic earthquake on April 25, 2015. I never thought after visiting Nepal last November that the photos I would share would be images of buildings and places that are now destroyed by the earthquake and a part of history. Even more sad and heartbreaking is the unfortunate loss of lives. I wish I could find out if the people and animals I photographed and the locals who showed us around are alive and well.
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?
Native to the rain forests of Indonesia and Malaysia, these amazing beings share 97% of their DNA with humans. The absolutely devastating thing is their forest is being taken away by humans. We are destroying their habitat, burning down the trees and instead growing fields and fields of palm oil plantations.