TELL ME MORE ABOUT: The Galapagos Islands

Giant Tortoise Mating at El Chato Ranch Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

TELL ME MORE ABOUT: The Galapagos Islands

Welcome to my new series: TELL ME MORE ABOUT: where I will be sharing resources from my favorite past adventures around our planet during this time when we cannot travel due to COVID-19. In the next weeks, I will share about all 10 trips in my recent article on Ms Magazine and I wanted you to have access to … Continued

Sunset at Bartolomé Island in the Galapagos, Photo by Lisa Niver

TODAY.com: Cultivating Curiosity in the Galapagos Islands

Thank you to TODAY.com and TODAY Parenting Team for sharing my story: “Cultivating Curiosity in the Galapagos Islands.” How can you increase curiosity in your family? While it is an human innate trait, we can inspire more of it. We wonder, we ask questions and we explore our surroundings. Taking your family to the place … Continued

Sailing the Galapagos Islands on Ecoventura’s Theory

Read my articles, “Traveling to my Dream Destination: The Galapagos Islands,” to see videos 1, 2 and 3, and “Traveling on Ecoventura’s Theory in the Galapagos Islands” for video 4, 5 and 6, and below to see our amazing days in video 7, 8, 9 and 10 “Bays and Beaches” Itinerary A on Ecoventura’s Theory. … Continued

Giant Tortoise Mating at El Chato Ranch Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

Traveling on Ecoventura’s Theory in the Galapagos Islands

Read my article, “Traveling to my Dream Destination: The Galapagos Islands,” to see videos 1, 2 and 3 from our first days on “Bays and Beaches” Itinerary A on Ecoventura’s Theory. Video 4: Espanola is Excellent! Galapagos Islands Espanola is excellent. In the morning we went to Punta Suarez and we saw marina iguanas swimming, … Continued

Giant Tortoise on Santa Cruz Galapagos Islands with Ecoventura Theory

Traveling to my Dream Destination: The Galapagos Islands

In December 2019, I traveled to one of the most magical places on our planet, the Galapagos Island. This archipelago of 22 islands is on the Equator in the eastern Pacific. Nearly 200 years ago, Charles Darwin traveled here and the area’s endemic species inspired his scientific discoveries about the Theory of Natural Selection and … Continued

Guatemala: Waters With a Taste of Mountain

“First the earth was created, the mountains and the valleys. The waterways were divided, their branches coursing among the mountains. Thus the waters were divided, revealing the great mountains. For thus was the creation of the earth, created then by Heart of Sky and Heart of Earth, as they are called. They were the first … Continued

St. John: Finding Freedom in Paradise

St. John: Finding Freedom on the White Sands of Paradise Many people have an ideal picture of an “escape to freedom.” For some, it is a hidden bed and breakfast in the big city. For others, it is an adventurous hike through a remote jungle. My idea of freedom is to be on the open … Continued

Don’t Let Your Ship Set Sail Without You!

Thank you to Nellie Huang for publishing my review of Torre Deroche’s novel, Love with a Chance of Drowning in Wild Junket. My review begins: Many people ”lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them” (Henry David Thoreau).Will you say yes when the experience of a lifetime is offered to you? Torre … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel