Tag: travel


Becoming a Mahout in Chiang Rai

After three days of city exploration in Bangkok, our Thailand journey continued into the jungles of Chiang Rai. My inner adventurer was screaming out for the wilderness, wild animals and a touch of adrenaline. Chiang Rai was chosen for a reason. This is where the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle was.


Three Days in Bangkok

I recently returned from a 12-day adventure through the cities, jungles and beaches of Thailand. A beautiful country of friendly people, engaging culture and beautiful buildings. The first days were spent exploring the city sights and river canals of Bangkok. Here are some of my favorite moments and images.


Uncovering Mount Hagen

Not too long ago I was fortunate enough to travel to one of the last unexplored corners of the Earth, Papua New Guinea. Before I set off on my journey I had only had second-hand knowledge of this fascinating country, however over the next week I would intimately get to know so much about this captivating land. I hope you enjoy the evolution of my...

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Papua New Guinea in 46 Images

I will never forget the uncertainty I felt when I arrived, and the sadness I felt for having to leave. The people of this beautiful country brought on such happiness. No amount of imagery could showcase the beauty and diversity of Papua New Guinea. Enjoy a few of my favorites, out of the thousands I took.


My Heart Belongs to Hayman Island

It all started as we stepped off our flight and made our way 100 yards out of the airport and towards the Hayman docks. Ahead, one of Hayman’s three luxurious transfer yachts awaited to take us and the other Hayman arrivals through the Whitsundays and onto Hayman. As we climbed the ramp to board, we dropped our carry on and grabbed a waiting glass of champagne and headed to the top...

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The Outskirts of Brisbane

With me in the passenger seat, Malinda at the wheel and Kristen and Lianda in the back, we followed the winding roads through the hills of the Queensland rainforest. Malinda, being the local, was trying to remember where each turn off lead, while Lianda, Kristen and I tossed our colorful tourist map back and fourth - none of us with a clue as to how to read it. At a certain point we simply gave into the idea of getting lost, and thus started the adventure.

I have been to Australia a many times before this, but this was one of the few times I really felt like I was in another world. I've never wandered far into any rainforests, and to be surrounded by such lush greenery, unique sounds and ancient trees was foreign and exciting. ....