Being on the ground hiking and beach-combing in Kauai is great – but nothing beats taking to the air to see this lush island in it’s entirety. I flew doors off with Jack Harter Helicopters - the originator of helicopter tours on Kauai. Based on the number of helicopters I saw taking off and landing [...]Continue Reading
“We’ve met before,” he said “at a Meet Plan Go event in Minneapolis.” I was startled when I received this reply from a random enquiry I made about a photography workshop I was interested in attending in Kauai. It turns out I had indeed met Patrick before. He attended a Meet Plan Go event in [...]Continue Reading
An Indian rickshaw puts you right at the bottom of the Indian road hierarchy thus giving you perfect opportunity to see India from the gutter according to the Adventurists who run the Rickshaw Run. They go on to state, a rickshaw is barely fit for the purpose of a brief journey across town. It’s only [...]Continue Reading
I am traveling 2,000 miles through India by motorized rickshaw, raising $15,000 for Charity: Water. While I’m sweating buckets, becoming one with my horn, avoiding cows, and getting grease under my nails on the road you can follow along with my Instagram updates kindly put together by Cailin O’Neil of Travel Yourself. The rickshaws [...]Continue Reading
Each week brings some new scenery and location for me – that’s just the way I like it. If you want to follow where I am real time – then on Friday I will post some of my Instagram photos from the current week. Some weeks I may be traveling somewhere exotic, and some weeks [...]Continue Reading
This Sunday we say bon voyage to what slice of normalcy we have created for our selves in India so far and hop in our Rickshaw to travel Northeast towards Shillong (nearly in India). You’ve heard me rattle on about this Rickshaw Run 2014 race for months and beg you all for money for our [...]Continue Reading
“I’ll have a salty lemon drink.” I said to the Indian man on the beach. He had his vending set up on a wobbly table that was bowed in the middle from the weight of the various jars of pickled things he had on his table for sale. I watched as he took a glass [...]Continue Reading
Holi is the colorful spring Hindu festival which is a photographers dream and nightmare at the same time. Colored powder and water are thrown and painted on people which is beautiful to photograph, but also concerning from a gear standpoint. You can read about my complete experience on how to participate Holi in Jaipur, [...]Continue Reading
I'm Sherry, a corporate cube dweller turned nomadic traveler. I travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations to bring you unique travel experiences and photography. But it's not just about travel, it's also about life experiences of a middle age wanderer.
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