Hello Travelers! This is Laura bringing you an update from our recent trip to the Cayman Islands! For those of you that read our blog regularly I have to apologize for the lack of content lately. We both had crazy semesters at college and didn’t get to do much traveling or have the time to post on here regularly.
But, I have great news!Read More
Second semester has just begun and this is the first long weekend, so of course my first and natural instinct pointed towards visiting my bestie, Laura. I planned on driving down Friday after class and I was packing in the morning when I received this text from Laura:
Oh my gosh I totally forgot we have to go to this seminar tonight downtown for my class, would u be okay with going?Read More
It’s a family tradition. Every December we take the long journey from Tennessee to a peninsula south of Melbourne, Australia (I have spent all but two Christmas’s with my family down under) and each year, we pick a day and go out just before the sun sets to a place called Bushrangers Bay. To get to the bay, we must walk a long narrow path through the bush (about 1.5 miles) filled with lots of greenery, grass fields, trees, butterflies, and kangaroos.Read More
Merry Christmas Everyone! Claire is currently down under in Mornington, Australia enjoying some sunshine with her family and I just returned from a ski trip with my family and some of our close friends. We had such an amazing week staying at Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge, CO. Both of our families have visited various ski towns together over the years and Breck has continued to be our top destination choice.Read More
Just one week before Sandy hit Manhattan, I was in NYC enjoying the fall weather and autumn colors. Here’s a shot I captured at the top of the Rockefeller Center (AKA Top of the Rock) at sunset. Perfect view of the Empire State Building and clear skies to see all ends of the city.Read More
We went on an adventure in search of a seal colony along the shore of Kaikoura on our summer trip to New Zealand. This small seafood town was definitely a favorite of ours because of its unique pebbly, rocky beaches and the friendly community. After nearly getting mauled by an angry seal and watching a sheep sheering, we strolled back to town as the sun set through the clouds and over the calm sea and pastel mountains.Read More