Ithaca, NY is arguably the heart of the Finger Lakes. Ithaca is located at the southern end of Cayuga Lake. Ithaca is a shining example of a “little big city”.
I won’t lie, I went to Boston this past September mainly to see Humpback whales.Sure, I was enjoying my return to Boston’s streets with the warm sun on my back, not the icy winter winds blowing me inside. However, I had a mission and one mission only - see some whales!
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, is often described as one the most dangerous cities in Central America, if not the world. However this shouldn’t put you off visiting. I found Tegus (nickname for Tegucigalpa) a very interesting and non-touristy city to explore. There is more to do in this sprawling city than you would initially think.… Continue reading Type A Trekker’s Guide to Tegucigalpa
All your type a travel tips for finding the best waterfalls in the Finger Lakes, NY!
I went to Kenya on a medical mission trip in 2017. For two weeks I worked with a group of volunteers from both the US and Kenya. We provided medical care for a small community in southwest Kenya. At the end of the trip, we went to the Maasai Mara, a national reserve… Continue reading Maasai Mara: Photoblog
What are the Philippines? The Philippines are made up of a group of 7,100 islands in Southeast Asia.The country has a long and interesting history of colonization. What this means for you is that many people there speak English. But it also means that the government can be unstable at times. The current… Continue reading The Philippines: My Experience
In March a friend (my travel life partner) and I went to the Galapagos for about 12 days (10 days on the islands). The Galapagos were truly incredible and should be on everyone's bucket list! I have never been to a place quite like it. I have also never had a travel experience quite like… Continue reading Galapagos: Making the Most Out of a Bucket List Trip