Havasu Canyon: Part 2 (The Waterfalls)

First check out Part 1 here first Part 2:  Shangri-La I left the Tourism Office at the same time as the BYU Grads I saw earlier on the trail. We walked through the middle of Supai together. We strolled by the Helicopter Landing Field and then passed between the cafe and the Post Office. We... Continue Reading →

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Havasu Canyon: Part 1

Part 1: Walking into Another World My alarm went off at 6:00 a.m. The last thing I wanted to do was get out of bed at that hour. But as tired as I was, I didn’t want to delay my departure because that would push everything back. If I didn’t reach Hualapai Hilltop until late... Continue Reading →

Our Travel To-Do List for the Next Few Years

  You might say I have a problem. When I’m not on vacation, I’m usually looking forward to the next vacation.  And on the off chance that we don’t have another vacation planned, well then I’m starting to plan the next vacation.  My wife’s the same way.  I’ve been like this since I started planning... Continue Reading →

The Pros and Cons of Cruising

  The Pros and Cons of Cruising First thing’s first, I’m no cruise expert. In fact, my wife has considerably more experience cruising than me.  She’s been on around fifteen cruises with her family.  I haven’t been on too many cruises, but I have gone on five in the last seven years.  I’ve cruised on... Continue Reading →

Labadee, Haiti

Labadee     I’ve been on five cruises now, which have included somewhere between fifteen and twenty different ports. Labadee isn’t my favorite port, but it’s pretty close.  Labadee is one of Royal Caribbean’s two private resort areas (the other is Coco Cay, a private island in the Bahamas).  This was my second time at... Continue Reading →

Never run out of places you want to see

I’m a guy who loves to travel. I like to explore, hike, and sit by a campfire.  Frankly, I’m happy just being outside.  But there’s something special about traveling far away and exploring unique and beautiful places.  I’m a sucker for the natural, wild, and stunning landscapes.  Give me the mountains, forests, and waterfalls.  My... Continue Reading →

Cozumel and the Nachi Cocom Beach Club

We went on a cruise to the Western Caribbean in February. I thought I’d write about two of the ports we visited.  This time I’m going to share our experience from Cozumel, Mexico and later I’ll write about our enjoyable time in Labadee, Haiti. We got off our Royal Caribbean ship and weaved our way... Continue Reading →

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