Okefenokee Swamp: A wetland of intrigue

Okefenokee Swamp Chesser Prairie

Okefenokee Swamp: A wetland of intrigue

The Okefenokee Swamp is one of Mother Nature’s mysterious places. Straddling the Georgia–Florida border in the United States, this 438,000-acre wetland offers intriguing landscapes, abundant wildlife and a glimpse into the past.   Land of the Trembling Earth According to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, the swamp bottom “is sand, covered with peat. Methane … Continued

Lost Ring in Oahu!

Lost Ring in Oahu! The day just started off on a bad note.  My father in law let the dogs out in the front yard by accident…again.  Leina, my fiancé, dragged herself out of bed early to watch the dogs.  Sasha, our oldest dog, was not the problem.  It was Pa’a, the one year old … Continued

Thailand: Why pick Koh Samui? (video)

  Wondering which Thai island to choose for your vacation in paradise? Matt from SamuiWebCam prepares you with actual live footage and can show you several “Secrets of Samui!” Enjoy the beautiful white sands of Bangpor beach on the Northern coast, which faces Koh Phangan, home of the full moon party. On Koh Samui, you can find calm shallow … Continued

Chile: My Worst Food in the World

This is the story of my experience with the Worst Food in the World. Do you have a story (video, print or photos) about your worst food experience? Tell us about it and we’ll publish the best right here!   On the way to the headwaters of the Bio-Bio River in Chile, where we hoped to … Continued

Vietnam: When Monkeys Attack

Vietnam: When Monkeys Attack We set sail for the mystic pillar-shaped islands of Ha Long Bay on a wood-crafted junk boat. I was surrounded by good company; a small group of worn yet ambitious travelers who were ready to karaoke by night and anxiously sought out the next great adventure during the day.    On … Continued

Tunisia – International Festival of Sousse

Tunisia hasn’t exactly had a lot of positive press lately, and for understandable reasons. The country’s disposal of its less than democratic ruler triggered revolutions across the Middle East and North Africa, which became known as the Arab Spring. Yet, what you likely haven’t heard is that unlike neighboring Libya and fellow countries on the … Continued

New Mexico: Perfect Strangers Embrace

Ojo Caliente Hot Springs, New Mexico. It was the moment of the Bloodline Healing workshop that touched me most deeply. My eyes swelled with tears as I witnessed Abbey, a Native American Elder, embracing Eliana, a young Jewish woman.  My chest filled with a pure satisfaction as Eliana sobbed and Abbey soothed.  These two participants … Continued

United States bombs the Great Barrier Reef?

What is the real cost of the United States bombing of the Great Barrier Reef? By Jeremy Goldberg “I think the environment should be put in the category of our national security.  Defense of our resources is just as important as defense abroad.  Otherwise what is there to defend?” Robert Redford said that, and reading it again … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel