Quick Guide to Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Iceland
WOW is all I can say about this location – WOW. One minute I was driving along Iceland’s South Coast and the next someone COMPLETELY floored me. This as this mighty natural wonder became visible from the highway. This quickly became my favorite spot on the South Coast, and while the pictures show you why,…
Quick Guide to Urridafoss Waterfall, Iceland
This often overlooked waterfall in Iceland is the most voluminous waterfall in the entire country! While it doesn’t offer the drama of many other falls across the country, it is a great place for a stop, a small hike, and to take in the morning sun. For visitors in the summer, the location is a…
Quick Guide to Iceland’s South Coast
The South Coast, at first glance has a few main sites, but in reality there are many hidden gems that often get missed by the buses and road warriors. I suggest blending a little of both into your time!
Chasing Volcanoes – Iceland
Volcanoes were always a bit intriguing as a child. They came with the dinosaurs that I loved so much and insane destruction and chaos. They were fucking cool – and terrifying.
Don’t Lose Your Camera in the Blue Lagoon
I figured a trip to a luxurious hot spring would provide a great start to any adventure. And no doubt, the eerie and elegant milky blue features of Iceland’s Blue Lagoon was no different.
How to choose your next adventure… still in the pandemic
Travel is complicated right now, and working in it puts me in the crossroads of trying to find the most ethical and moral means to travel right now. I have to travel for my job and mental health. Others need similar things, and many are trying to find some refuge from the pain of the…
Hilton Playa Del Carmen
Late summer of this year I was able to go to a conference in Playa Del Carmen, one of my favorite locations in North America. The accommodations were at the Hilton Playa del Carmen, an all-inclusive resort located in downtown Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Different than my honeymoon stay at Sandos Caracol, this location embraced…
Mexico – A Land of Heart
I’ve been lucky enough to visit Mexico three times over the last six years, a record that is seemingly common and not enough at the same time. While America frequently shows Mexico in a xenophobic distorted lens, or one geared for tourists, the truth is far different than people expect. There is no doubt that…
Growth is Messy
I got an amazing new job in March. It’s all I wanted out of my next career move, and more! I work with brilliant minds, kind souls, and creative peoples every day, making our unique business better with each step. It’s helping me find energy and joy in places I had lost it. It’s enabling…