I get places so fast now that I have to go around the block and try again because I keep missing my turns. It’s crazy having a car again! I’m having to completely re-learn my town because I don’t actually know which streets are one-way and I don’t know how to get anywhere that’s not directly off the bike path.
After booking this tour in Peru, however, I realize it’s time to step it up a notch and become very active and physically fit. I will be doing a several-days-long hiking trip through the mountains to Machu Picchu—the Moonstone to Sun Temple Trek. According to their literature,
“Our adventurous tours in the Andes are active programs, emphasizing moderate to strenuous day hikes in mountainous terrain…” Continue Reading
I’m not much of a planner, so this is strange for me. The trip is 7 weeks away and our tour company, Andean Treks, is asking us for all of our information now—plane ticket itineraries, where we want to stay, how early we’re getting to Cuzco, whether or not we want to rent sleeping bags… Continue Reading
I opened a PowerPoint document to start working on the presentation and suddenly felt squirmy inside. My mind drew a blank and I couldn’t get beyond the uncomfortable pressure I felt to have to think about what I wanted to do. I closed the PowerPoint and went back to the website to work on my next mundane project: to find the phrase “short program” and replace it with “professional program.” Much safer. Much more worthwhile and important… [Keep reading]
Time did not fly for me in Armenia, as I mentioned in a blog post a little over a year ago.
Time in America? Holy cow! I blinked once and two whole months flew past without a peep from me (or from you, asking where I was!)
April was good for me. I purposely set aside the month to create a series of short videos called, “27 Days of Challenges.”
Then May came along. WTF happened to May?!??
Here is where we can learn a lesson together—me from experience, and you from careful listening. Continue Reading…
This is how much they travel: Last year, they were abroad for 237 nights, took 56 different flights, stayed in 103 different hotels, and went to 18 different countries. They get around!
It’s no wonder that they come up with stunning photography and interesting stories.
Start here, where they talk about catching the “Polar Virus.” “We embark on a walk beside a majestic iceberg in the footsteps of a huge polar bear.” How can you NOT want to read more???