--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Author Marissa Jensen Today we are 100% dependent on the tide. We must make it into the narrow passage of Ford's Terror during high tide. We take explore the wilderness area by skiff. Again hoping to see some land life … Author Marissa Jensen This morning, I am out in the kayak early. The water is glass and the quiet of our kayaks moving through the water is eerie. As we round the bend into the cove, we see an old whaling station.
When … Author Lynessa Nelson It has been a long, wonderful day and we are now in the Cairo airport at 2:30 in the morning waiting for our 4:30 flight to Amsterdam and then home to the US. My goodness the time has passed so … Author Marissa Jensen We wake early this morning to begin our journey back to the boat. I am exhausted and can't bare the thought of kayaking 13 miles today. Luckily it is only 7 and we are back at the boat in time for … Author Marissa Jensen Today we dock in the small port town of Klawok. Here we meet the mayor of the town Leslie. He takes us on a tour of the town. This small port town is know for its Totem Poles.
We walk through … Author Marissa Jensen Our morning flight north to Alaska is only about 2 hours. Today is gorgeous with bright blue sky, crystal blue water and bright sun. Even the locals have spring fever as they are excited to see the … Author Marissa Jensen Today I have the privilege of flying to Seattle with my good friend Renee. The flight went fast as we chatted the entire time.
Once in Seattle, I connect with the light rail to get to downtown … Author Kerry Wohlstein Like an old friend, the Eugenia Hotel and the staff greeted me with a smile. That evening I ate Locro soup at the Quito Hotel with a grand view of the setting sun and the lights blanketing the city. … Author Kerry Wohlstein Watching the sun set over Baltra last night was heavenly. The stars were out in full force and I noticed the Southern Cross and Orion's belt as well as the North Star. I sat outside on the bow for … Author Lynessa Nelson We got up this morning, ate breakfast, and went off to the Luxor airport. Flying on Egypt Air has been an experience. The pilots do not seem to be as precise in their calculations and we had a hard … Author Kerry Wohlstein After a leisurely breakfast of granola, milk and fruit, I looked at the island we would be visiting today. It is only from far away that you can actually see the shape of the Chinese Hat (hence its … Author Lynessa Nelson I woke up this morning, had breakfast and went to the top deck of the ship. The sun had just risen and the river was peaceful as we cruised along. I took pictures of the fisherman and farmers out … Author Kerry Wohlstein North Seymour Island is a flat table top growing out of the Pacific Ocean. Tuff and basalt with a vein of limestone make the island seem like a lunar landscape. Great Frigate birds and Blue Footed … Author Lynessa Nelson Last night was not very restful, and so this morning I woke up a little nauseous and not ready for the big day ahead. At about 6 o'clock this morning we started to set sail. I was a little nervous … Author Kerry Wohlstein The morning dawned crystal clear and I had a spectacular view of Santa Fe Island. The island was formed by an uplift, rather than a volcano, which gives it a table top shape. It was a wet landing at … Author Lynessa Nelson This morning, we boarded a flight to Aswan which was a very short trip and easily done. At the airport they met us with an air-conditioned bus and cold towels to wipe your face and neck.
We drove a … Author Kerry Wohlstein Sometime during the night the seas flattened out and it was smooth sailing toward San Cristobal. We arrived at Punta Pitt and the sunrise was exceptional. The island was silhouetted by the dawn and … Author Lynessa Nelson This morning the hotel staff took us on a tour of the city after and huge breakfast with some amazing highlights: fresh squeezed orange juice, homemade greek yogurt, every kind of breakfast meat you … Author Kerry Wohlstein Espanola is a table top island, the oldest and easternmost in the archipelago chain with only a caldera of rock left. Millions of years ago it was a shield volcano which has basically fallen into the … Author Stephen Krupnick A great trip, lots of very interesting things to do, and one where I came away with an appreciation of the rain forest and it's amazing diversity of plant and animal life. This is definitely a … Author Lynessa Nelson We arrived into Cairo after a long redeye flight across the US and to NY, then onto Amsterdam and finally Egypt. We were so happy to be there finally. The flight really takes it out of you, … Author Kerry Wohlstein The island of Floreana, a 5 hour motor sail from Santa Cruz and Baltra, was breathtaking at dawn. We had a hardy breakfast at the communal table and watched the sea lions congregating peacefully on … Author Kerry Wohlstein I was so excited I couldn't sleep! I awoke at dawn and when I arrived at the airport it was all fairly organized. I got my seat assignment and boarded the Tame plane that would wing its way about 600 … Author Kerry Wohlstein Today, I hired a taxi for the entire day to see the sights around the PIchincha countryside. First, we went to La Midad del Mundo, or Middle of the World Monument. It is a geological monument where …
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