7 of the Best Day trips from Denver

May 30, 2021   2 Comments »

7 of the Best Day trips from Denver

June 3, 2020 2 Comments »

day trips from Denver

I moved to Denver for one of the great loves of my life…the mountains. I can look out my apartment window and see them; they are close, but sometimes seem so far away (especially when you don’t have a car!). They taunt me, with their inviting snow-covered peaks, aspens, rugged trails, and high-altitude lakes. The […]

Driving in Ireland: The Wild Atlantic Way (Map & Route Guide)

February 27, 2020 36 Comments »

Wild Atlantic Way Driving Trip

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way takes on the status of one of the longest coastal drives in the world at 1,600 miles. It joins the ranks of other great coastal roads like Nova Scotia’s Cabot Trail, Big Sur, Maui’s Kaekili Highway, and South Africa’s Garden Route. Drive down narrow one-lane roads to see secret beaches, towering […]

Iceland, Greenland, Faroe Islands

November 28, 2018 6 Comments »

iceland greenland faroe islands

These are the destination outliers, the remote and less-visited islands in the North Atlantic (aka West Nordic Region). In fact, up until 2010, few people had even considered them as a destination to travel to; who wants to go to cold, dismal climates for vacation? Iceland, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands are considered extreme travel […]

Forget Cruising and Take a Real Arctic Adventure Tour

July 6, 2017 8 Comments »

arctic adventure tours canada

One if by land, two if by sea; everyone knows land is better whenever possible, even the forefathers. It’s that time of year when people start heading north in search of Arctic Adventure Tours. Most people go to the Arctic by ship cruise in the summer – it’s the most accessible, however Canada’s Northwest Territory […]

6 Charming Danube Towns You Can’t Get to By a Cruise

October 21, 2016 10 Comments »

The Danube is just a river, however what makes it special is the life around it. The people and towns that surround the Young Danube in Germany is what you travel there for. I had the opportunity to stay in many of these little-known Danube towns and learn about their traditions and history along the […]

Unique Adventures on the Danube River

October 7, 2016 3 Comments »

danube river adventure travel

Instead of simply admiring the Danube River from a cruise ship, why don’t you actually get out on it and have fun with this river? After all, there’s way more to do on the river than sight seeing in the Danube towns. I prefer to be active when I travel and the best area to […]

3 Surprising Facts About the Danube River

October 5, 2016 10 Comments »

danube river facts

You think you know the Danube River, but do you really? Most of us know it from the many cruises that travel down it. However, I was going back way to the beginning of the Danube to learn more about it’s history and creation. Danube River Facts When I arrived in Germany I knew the […]

Month In-stagram Review Alaskan Wilderness

September 30, 2016 5 Comments »

alaskan wilderness heart

Over the last 3 years my travel style has changed. Ten years ago when I started this lifestyle it was about going to all of the places I had heard about but had never been to.  I was a late bloomer when it came to travel having only gotten my first passport at 30 years […]

What to Expect Flying in Alaska Bush Planes

April 14, 2016 12 Comments »

alaska bush plane cold foot

As the largest, but least densely populated state in the US, Alaska poses a few challenges when it comes to seeing the entire state. Most of it is unreachable by road or boat. In fact 20 percent is reachable by roads, 20 percent by waterway, and the remaining 60 percent is only reachable by air. […]


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