Tag: Author Savannah Grace

Top things To Do in St Lucia

Saint Lucia is an absolutely stunning island country in the Caribbean. Saint Lucia had been on my radar for years and was even MORE than I dreamed it could be. It is the only country that I have ever said, “I could live here,” again, and again, and […]

Finding FREEDOM Through Travel

Freedom means many things to different people, to most it means the Fourth of July, thinking in terms of countries and citizens. I want to share with you today the story of somebody who was in “prison” and through travel earned their personal freedom that is so necessary […]

Condor in Peru

Natural Diversity of Peru

Last week on Twitter we delved into DIVERSITY on “The Road Less Travelled” (#TRLT). Because Peru is so diverse and multi ethnic, combining multiple heritages, they consider they are citizens of a national group rather than part of a heritage. The cuisine, the fashion, the historical one-of-a-kind gems, […]

Iceland Photo Essay

This is a destination I am excited to see some day. Thanks to Ammon, the only one in the family that has managed to reach this beautiful country, for all the great photos. This is what Ammon has to say about it. “Iceland is a very rewarding destination. […]

Canada Wedding Reception and a Big Surprise

Our spectacular Caribbean elopement followed by honeymoon in Saint Lucia, Antigua, Saint Kitts and Nevis (posts coming soon!) wouldn’t be complete without a full blown celebration and blessings from family and friends at home in Vancouver, Canada. My darling Dutch husband was agreeable and granted me this wish. […]

Guinea Bissau

Guinea Bissau Photo Essay

Guinea Bissau was a remarkably interesting and unique travel destination that we had the privilege of passing through on our overland journey circumnavigating Africa. We arrived on local transport via Senegal and exited eight days later into Guinea. We met so many new people who became friends, took […]

Perparing dinner in the Thar Desert

7 Cultural Mishaps to Avoid

Last Tuesday on “The Road Less Travelled” (#TRLT) Twitter chat we discussed CULTURE and its idiosyncrasies. In today’s societies it’s cultures that clash and can be the underlying antagonisms that create confusion, misunderstanding and missed connections. In this digital age we are more synced  than any other time […]

On the Island of Samos

Greece Photo Essay

Shortly after Mom and I split from our RTW family backpacking trip the first time, Bree and Ammon headed into Greece to vist Thessaloniki on there way to Turkey. They shared wonderful photos and had many great memories shared with locals they met via couch surfing that had […]

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Ghana Photo Essay

Ghana will always have a special place in my heart. For many reasons Ghana was my refuge after months on a gruelling overland journey through West Africa using only local transport. It was here that we saw other foreign faces, heard English and could stay in a “backpacker” […]

Freiburg

Germany Photo Essay

Germany holds one of my earliest memories of having a desire to travel. Before I’d ever stepped foot abroad I was absolutely fascinated when I first heard about this far-off land in Europe where they had highways with NO SPEED LIMITS!!!! It was the first time I can […]