Deep in the Grand Canyon, away from the well-known South Rim, sits an area of the park with waterfalls that could rival any in the world in terms of beauty and power. It’s not exactly a quiet spot, but it’s certainly off the beaten path and takes more than a little effort to reach. … Continue reading Exploring the Turquoise Waters of the Grand Canyon
In October, my dad turned 80 years old. No small feat. Instead of throwing a huge bash, he decided to take a trip with his four children. And not just a lie on the beach, chill out trip like you might imagine most 80-year-olds would pursue. He wanted to go to Zion National Park. And … Continue reading The Family that Travels Together, Stays Together
To incite your inner adventurer, please enjoy this guest post from my blogging buddy Steph at Worldly Adventurer as she discusses the inspiration and challenges of volunteering in Bolivia. Follow along on her quest to travel adventurously and volunteer meaningfully on her blog. Sometimes you realise that other people’s metrics of what’s “enough” in life are the very … Continue reading A Chance to Regroup, Reimagine, and be Re-inspired: Volunteering in Bolivia
What I thought was going to be a short five minute bus ride turned into an hour.