5 months and 13 days after returning from our trip, we finally finished the video. After coming back from our trip, I knew I wanted to make something. I knew it wasn’t going to be of great quality (we should have forked over the money for that damn GoPro), it would probably be choppy (because we … More The Video
Dan and I are currently putting together a video of our trip however, it is taking much longer than expected with how busy we have been. And although I wrote a post regarding continuing to paint my spirit gold after coming back, I still feel as though I need to provide some kind of recap … More South America Cinco
Anything after 8 amazing days cruising through the Galapagos Islands was going to have it’s work cut out for it. I almost worried about anywhere we’d visit afterwards because of how great the previous week had been. What if nothing else was cool anymore after the Galapagos? Thankfully after our 8 day cruise, Meg and … More Montañita: Dank Tanks & Fruity Dranks
The thought of summarizing or even trying to remotely describe our Framilymoon (Framily = friends that are family. Moon = this trip was Megan and Alex’s honeymoon) week in the Galapagos aboard the Archipel I (read my post 8 days + 7 agencies + 6 people = 1 boat for more information on how we booked this … More Guest Post: Framilymoon
After cruising around the Galápagos Islands for 8 days with our best friends on the Archipel I, Dan and I accumulated some really great pictures from each day, island and activity that we did (minus the underwater stuff). Here is a brief outline of what each day’s and island’s activities consisted of and my favorite … More Galápagos in Photos
It’s crazy how you can look back on life and imagine you wouldn’t be where you are now or making the decisions you have decided to make. When planning our trip to South America, I never imagined straying from the continent. Friends would ask me if Dan and I thought we might change continents at … More Adios, South America!
I was obsessed with the concept of time even as a child. I remember how on slow paced beach vacations with my family, I would constantly ask my Dad (who always had the watch), “What time is it?” I’m sure this annoyed my Dad to no end as he probably didn’t want to think about … More Time, You Ain’t no Friend of Mine