Doing little things with a Big Heart : Protecting Elephants

I ignorantly thought hunting and hurting Elephants for Ivory was a thing of the past before our trip to Africa.  While we were excited for the safari and wildlife experience, one of the places we were looking forward to visiting was the David Sheldrick Wildlife trust – we were excited to Read More …

An East African Safari : Photos from the Masai Mara Great Migration

The Great Migration is the largest mass movement of land mammals on Earth, when more than a million wildebeest, along with thousands of zebra, topi and gazelle, stalked by predators like big cats, vultures and hyenas circle through the Serengeti plains in Tanzania and Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya. Following Read More …

6 Best Things to do in Nairobi, Kenya

After years of dreaming and months of planning, it was Time for Africa and we were pretty excited when we landed at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.  We had no bags to check in, so we collected our duffel bags and climbed down the steps on to the tarmac.  Most of the Read More …

A morning in Muizenberg Beach huts, South Africa with The FlipFlop Tree

Our first morning in Cape Town, we set out to meet Monica, a traveler, storyteller and an amazing photographer.  A friend I had come to know through Instagram.  While we often carry a couple of cameras and lens, we don’t typically set time aside to do photo-shoots – our photos Read More …

Glacier Hikes, Iceberg closeups, Walking between Continental plates : 10 Easy Adventures in Iceland

Iceland, fittingly called the land of Fire and Ice has some of the most remarkable landscapes on the planet. No wonder it keeps climbing up the charts for the best Adventure and Luxury vacation. The landscape changes every 30 minutes when you are driving around the island on the well paved Ring Road Read More …

Amazing Andalucia : A 7 day Itinerary to see the Best of Southern Spain

Flamenco dancers, horses carriages, bright bougainvilleas, tapas and elaborate Moorish castles is what is in store when you visit Southern Spain.  While westerners spell Andalusia with a ‘s’, Spaniards spell it as Andalucía!  Andalucía called Al-Andalus (Arabic for “land of the west”) was a Moorish empire for 781 years, from 711 Read More …