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Campervan Touring New Zealand
Surf Break Hopping in New Zealand
Skydiving Lake Taupo - New Zealand
New Zealand Glaciers
Sand Boarding Cerro Blanco
Campervan Touring New Zealand
Campervan Touring New Zealand

Fast becoming the most popular way to see New Zealand, renting a campervan, aka. a Motorhome, can be the best way to experience the beauties of this country. There are several different companies from the deluxe to the basic with sizes accommodating up to 10 (albeit tight). Prices range depending on seasons and camper quality, […]

Surf Break Hopping in New Zealand
Surf Break Hopping in New Zealand

Surfing in New Zealand is probably what surfing California in the 60’s or 70’s was like- empty breaks, perfect waves and a scattering of friendly locals. Since I had rented a campervan for my New Zealand travels, I had a built-in surfboard shack. The transportation was covered, i had a traveling warm shower, changing spot […]

Skydiving Lake Taupo – New Zealand
Skydiving Lake Taupo - New Zealand

Having never sky-dove before, I was pretty excited to give it a try. Lake Taupo, near the center of the North island of New Zealand, is one of the most popular skydive locations in the world. Known for its beauty and adventurous travelers (and locals), New Zealand seemed the perfect place to take the plunge. […]

New Zealand Glaciers
New Zealand Glaciers

If you are heading to New Zealand and want to see some really old ice, check out two of the major glaciers, Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier, both on the south island. Easily accessible right out of a car park, you can choose to do a drive up with a quick walk to reach […]

Sand Boarding Cerro Blanco
Sand Boarding Cerro Blanco

Just outside of Nasca, Peru is a giant wall of sand known as ‘Cerro Blanco’, the largest sand dune in the world. What better place to sand board? The day starts out with an early morning hike- we were picked up from our hostel a 4am -actually, we had to wake up our guide off […]

Extended Travel Tips
Extended Travel Tips

In my preparation for this extended trip, I had to get a few things in order at home. I have compiled a list of great free services and helpful tips for extended travel that have really worked for me so far: Google Voice Provides: call forwarding, voicemail, email transcription, texting, international calling. A great free […]

Ancient Nazca Lines
Ancient Nazca Lines

Along a lonely highway across a moonscape desert in Nazca, Peru, you will find some faint lines in the coarse sand and jumbled rocks. While unassuming from the ground, these lines form figures, geometric shapes and sacred animals over great distances. The Nazca Lines are a group of several man-made lines in the desert. Created […]

Lake Titicaca’s Uros Floating Reed Islands
Lake Titicaca's Uros Floating Reed Islands

Off the shore of Lake Titicaca in Puno, Peru there exists a floating city called Uros. Constructed of reeds, these floating islands are home to a large population of Peruvians all interconnected by a single plant, the Tortora reed. The islanders use the reed to subsist, using it to construct the islands, boats, homes and […]

Folding a Suit for Travel
Folding a Suit for Travel

An interesting facet of travel (especially extended travel) is how to fold your clothes for travel with limited bag space. I am a personal fan of the ‘roll’ technique in the interest of saving space and the added benefit of reducing wrinkles. My current dilemma is how to fold a sport-coat and while I’m at […]

Travel Chic
Travel Chic

In preparation for my upcoming travels, I have been contemplating clothing options. I have traveled before, but not quite in this magnitude. I must find the perfect balance between comfort, style, weight and practicality traveling within multiple climates and cultures. Here is what I have decided on so far: Classic style Why is it half […]

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