Tag: family travel

Chiloe, Chile

The honeymoon continues with Ammon and Sasha: Back on our own again we flew to Puerto Montt and immediately jumped on a bus to Castro, the main city on the island of Chiloe. Although Chiloe is only separated from the mainland by a 2km wide channel, culturally and […]

Iguazu Falls

Ammon and Sasha continue: Consistently ranked as the #1 waterfall in the world, it would be an understatement to say I was excited to finally get to Iguazu Falls. It isn’t the tallest or strongest falls, but it is the largest in terms of width and arguably the […]

Rio to Sao Paulo

More time with Ammon and Sasha in Brazil: From Paraty it was time to finally brave Rio. Not going to lie, Rio is intimidating and has a terrible reputation these days. Crime is a constant concern and the general consensus is that it is still getting worse. It […]

Mauritius

Mauritius Photo Essay

“Mauritius – Lobster dinner, kitesurfing, beaches, swimming with wild dolphins, walking with lions and driving a segway on safari. Enough said!” – Savannah “Mauritius is a small African island nation just east of Madagascar.  Not the typical destination for a trip around southeast Asia.   As a personal rough rule of thumb […]

Mali

Mali Photo Essay

It wasn’t until I was in West Africa, 3 years into a global escapade with the family that I learned TIMBUKTU was actually a real place that existed in the far, sandy reaches of Mali (a country I had previously never known existed). Full of adventure and new […]

Libya

Libya Photo Essay

Libya is another one of the countries I have yet to visit and long to discover, with its rich history and well preserved ruins to explore. My sister Bre, Kees and friend Ben Southall drove through Libya from Egypt on their way to Europe after our family trip ended […]

Ireland

Ruins Around the World

The remnants of our ancestors are speckled across the planet, waiting to be admired. Some are still eagerly waiting to be discovered and have their hidden messages unravelled. Their crumbling walls leave traces of history and tell stories that reflect our own lives today. Take a journey through […]