Today was a wonderful, mellow day. We headed down to Poipu Beach for a little bit of rest and relaxation. After finding ourselves a nice, sunny, sandy place on the beach to plop down, we took a quick dip in the beautiful, mild waters of the South shore. 2 sea turtles were swimming near the shore, so we took some time to watch them for a little while as they ate the kelp that grew near shore.
It’s another Wanderlust Wednesday and today I’m dreaming about the far off Middle Eastern country of Jordan. Ever since I saw Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, I’ve been enthralled with Petra, one of the new wonders of the world. The ancient city of Petra is an absolutely awe inspiring ancient city that will leave you in awe. It is definitely in my life plans to go there someday.
Yesterday was a fun-packed day. First we headed over to the Poipu area to check out a few things. There was a shopping center that advertised dining, shopping, and art. We wanted to see what was in there so we walked around a bit. The stores and restaurants weren’t that interesting, but they had many beautiful plants that I went around photographing.
No doubt this will impact people in Britain and throughout Europe more than the rest of us, but I do find myself wondering, what does this mean for travelers? So, I did what any good travel blogger would do and I did a little research on the topic. Here is what I learned.
I love traveling, and I love it even more when I have somebody to share it with. I’m lucky to have a husband who is so utterly compatible with me as a traveling companion, so I wanted to write a little post 🙂
Who else can I take utterly ridiculous photos with?
Today started quite early with an alarm at 5am. The first thing I noticed in the morning was a gecko on the ceiling in our shower about two inches long and brown. As I was showering he lost his grip and landed on my foot briefly before scurrying away.
Today was another fun day! We had a bit of a late start getting out of the house, but hey, no rush, right? After heading out of the house, we went straight for the North Shore. There was a beach in Princeville that Norwood wanted to check out because he had heard it had a huge reef and had good snorkeling, so off we went.
Adriana Duarte is one of those people who has been traveling for her entire life. The child of immigrants from Mexico, she grew up in the U.S. state of West Virginia and spent two semesters and one summer of her college years studying abroad. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and German, and has a goal of learning ten languages in her lifetime (she’s currently working on learning Danish, French, Swedish, and Norwegian). She is an avid traveler with a passion for travel writing, and I have the privilege of interviewing her for today’s blog post.You can check out Adriana’s blog at http://colormeadri.wordpress.com
Today we’re going to talk about the time I dropped a glass bottle of red juice on the floor of a convenience store in Amsterdam.
It’s another Wanderlust Wednesday and today I’m dreaming about South Africa. Let’s go along together on a journey to the beautiful country at the Southern tip of the African continent.