"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page."
- Augustine of Hippo
"And I think to myself, what a wonderful world."
- Louie Armstrong
"Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow."
- Anita Desai
"Our happiest moments as tourists always seem to come when we stumble upon one thing while in pursuit of something else."
- Lawrence Block
" Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer."
We have seen places our parents could only imagine in their wildest dreams!
As we travel, we plan to fill the pages with what we learn as we explore this beautiful world and meet its magnificent people. We hope all who stumble upon these pages will enjoy what they find here and will be inspired to get out of town!
Another epic journey has come to a close and we are awaiting our homebound flight in yet another airport lounge. We are the last of our little group to leave Armenia so we have had the day free, which has given us plenty of time to talk about what we have seen and learned over…Read More »
This post is for my guys. I just know Logan and Harvey will love these pictures, so here they are. No fanfare. No explanation. Just koalas. OK, I lied. I simply cannot resist adding a few more pictures. Below is an albino kangaroo, followed by a picture of a little ‘roo all tuckered out and…Read More »
Yesterday, we were in Port Lincoln, South Australia. By all appearances, Port Lincoln is a sleepy little seaside village. Well, looks can be deceiving, and they are here. Turns out that Port Lincoln is the seafood capital of Australia. Ninety-six percent of the tuna exported from Australia comes from Port Lincoln. The tuna business in…Read More »
When we awoke yesterday morning, the ship was being piloted into the harbor at Port Adelaide. It was a perfect summer day in the capital city of the state of South Australia. We were excited to leave the ship and head out to Cleland Wildlife Park. This park opened in 1967 and allows visitors…Read More »
We spent yesterday afternoon in Milford Sound. It’s actually a misnomer to call it a sound. Technically, it is a fjord and it’s a beauty. Milford Sound is New Zealand’s most visited attraction and was dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by Rudyard Kipling. It is a fjord because it was formed by glacial…Read More »
We are pushing away from the dock in Dunedin, New Zealand. We leave the South Island with the ship’s coordinates set for the Milford Sound, so we will still be in New Zealand waters for another day or so. Nonetheless, since we are leaving the island, I wanted to show you some of the pictures…Read More »
New Zealanders seem to be a determined lot. They have no problem setting ambitious goals and plunging headlong into attaining those goals. When they make a plan, they mean business. We first encountered their tenacious nature when coming into the country for the first time at the Auckland airport. In order to keep their flora…Read More »