Tag archive for "Photography"

Volunteering Lima

Featured, Peru, Photo of the Week

Week In-Stagram Review Volunteering

4 Comments 08 July 2014

The last week I took a detour from my regular travels and got a little dirty.  As part of my Niece Project 3.0 Megan decided that she wanted to do a little volunteering in Peru, so our last week was spent working with the amazing people of Project Peru in various capacities.  We headed north [...]

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Australia, Photo Documentaries

Life’s a Gold Beach

7 Comments 01 July 2014

My favorite thing to do while at Room753 was to go for a walk on the beach. Broad Beach and Surfers Paradise beach were some of the most expansive, pristine beach I’ve ever seen. The Gold Coast was peppered with a backdrop of skyscrapers and modern architecture. The sand was so beautiful it even squeaked [...]

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campsite Quarry Trail

Featured, Peru, Photo of the Week

Week In-Stagram Review Quarry Trail

6 Comments 27 June 2014

We climbed high into the mountains of Peru for this Instagram Quarry Trail week in review.  The air was so thin our bodies struggled to adjust and I found myself only being able to walk 30 steps before I had to stop as my heart was beating so fast and I couldn’t seem to get [...]

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uluru sunrise

Australia, Featured, Photo Documentaries

Sun Kissed Australia

6 Comments 26 June 2014

There’s a reason why Here Comes The Sun is one of my all time favorite songs – the sun makes me happy.  I’m one of those people who need to see it and feel the warmth on my skin to be in a good mood.  Luckily Australia was just what the sun doctor ordered; I [...]

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Australia

Following the Gravel Road in Oz

6 Comments 10 June 2014

“Turn right in 200 meters,” my navigation instructed. The sky was full of moody clouds, the air was crisp, and I was singing along with the radio while dutifully listening to and obeying my Google maps navigation. Life was good. I was in the countryside of Queensland Australia, driving on the left side of the [...]

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Featured, India, Photo Documentaries

The View From My Rickshaw

14 Comments 22 May 2014

Only one team member can drive at a time during the Rickshaw Run, so that means half of the time you are a passenger.  As a passenger, the back seat wasn’t very comfortable, but somehow we managed to sleep, eat, drink, and backseat drive all from the rear seat.  A few days when I had [...]

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how to see the napali coast

Adventure Travel, America, Photo Documentaries

Napali Coast by Air and Sea

10 Comments 22 April 2014

How do you get to see the most beautiful coastline in the United States when there are no roads to get there? You’ve got 3 options – hike in, boat in, or fly in. On my recent trip to Kauai surprisingly I passed on the first option and instead visited the Napali Coast by air [...]

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maltese cross

Malta, Photo Documentaries

The Maltese Cross

5 Comments 18 April 2014

Easter will be celebrated in many parts of the world this weekend. I am finishing up the Rickshaw Run in India this weekend and will be celebrating for many reasons I hope. One of the main symbols of Easter is the cross, so I decided to highlight an unusual cross found in the country of [...]

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Sherry traveling the world

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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