All posts tagged: travel photography

Travel: Planning With Purpose

Besides getting away from life, travel should also be to learn about history, culture and all things that make up this wonderful world of ours. So, when I plan my trips abroad or domestic, I always go with purpose, and I share my travel topics with reasons – to hopefully inspire folks to travel outside of their comfort zone and past all the rest and relaxation concept.

Travel: Gifting An African Safari

Everyone needs to experience an African Safari at least once in their lifetime. And with that believe I share with you the idea of gifting an African Safari – to celebrate a wedding anniversary, or a special birthday or even as a honeymoon destination. Put the idea (that came to me while watching The Crown)  in a box under the Christmas tree this year and see a loved one’s eyes well-up… in a good way hopefully 🙂 Check out the hottest African Safari Camps to consider –

Travel: Best Countries to Visit 2017 and 2018

I couldn’t resist comparing these lists – when it comes to suggestions offered up by various  travel sites about where to travel next. In 2017 – Conde Nast Traveler suggested these destinations: Canada American Mid-West Cuba Bermuda Athens Scotland Scandinavian Countries (Norway, Finland, Sweden) Portugal Croatia Jerusalem New Zealand Tokyo Zimbabwe Rawanda Buenos Aires Chilean Patagonia Uruguay In 2018 – These are the countries recommended by Lonely Planet Chili South Korea Portugal Djibouti New Zealand Malta Georgia in the Caucasus Mauritius China South Africa Where are you planning to travel in 2018?

Travel: America Made

I enjoy tourists – especially the ones that arrive in San Francisco in October – because they are well-travelled enough to know October and early November is the ideal time to visit the city. The ones that make the trip across any body of water tend to plan an entire trip across the country. And then there are the locals who consider a weeks long trip to somewhere USA. For that here’s what I offer up:

Travel: Is Still A Good Idea

This year I switch my travels abroad to March instead of the usual October trip I take every year, and believe me I regret that decision. But only because it is now October, and my brain is programmed for Europe. Now since most of my friends are smartly taking their holidays or vacations for a two-week trip to my favorite part of the world, I figured I’d share a few helpful things, just in case you are itching to take a trip.

Travel: Well-Traveled Citizens

Good morning everyone! Hope your week is going well. Here in San Francisco we are in full-swing with the beautiful and HOT Indian-summer days. When we can finally wear our summer clothes or pretend we even own any here. Although this morning I did see a lot of people on the train wearing heavy coats, ankle boots and even gloves. And apparently today is going to reach the high 80’s. Anyway, Yes I am still talking about travel even in late September. I think I live and breathe the subject and will probably be talking talk about it all year long. Because as you know or may not, there is beauty to every season,  and if you happen to be an avid traveler like myself, the subject will always remain interesting. Here’s one I found this morning on Condé Nast Traveler, I felt the need to share:  About citizens of various countries who are considered well-traveled. These are facts based on the number of days and various other time off the locals get to do their …

Travel: About Los Angeles, CA

Although this articles asks the question – which L.A. neighborhood fits your personality best – I decided to consider the topic a touristy adventure instead. You see all my life, I’ve aimed to live in this interesting city – because I wanted to get into the movie making business or something close to it – but the chance has never come up. So, hypothetically speaking, if I were to move, I would live in …. neighborhood. (I’ll tell you in a minute, but first, if you plan to travel to California, and I figured most tourists travel through the entire state on one go – this article offers up some interesting places to stay and eat in each unique and well-known neighborhoods. First up – Malibu  Hollywood Of Course {photo source} Venice Has Come A Long Way Downtown L.A. wasn’t a thing until a decade ago, where the project to boost up this part of town began to take shape and now here we are – one of the hottest neighborhoods to live, work, and …