No Longer An Unfathomable Sunset at Sea

No Longer An Unfathomable Sunset at Sea

Can you fathom a different type of sunset at sea? Well, can you? Where do ...

Fathom, a New Way to Social Impact Travel – Episode 14

Fathom, a New Way to Social Impact Travel – Episode 14

Fathom a new type of travel, a new type of vacation is the chance to combine the love of fun in the sun on a tropical paradise with the opportunity to give back through giving your time, effort, energy, and resources to make a difference. The opportunity to both travel deep to make an impact […]

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Making the Right Decision, Fathom Impact Travel and its Excursions

Making the Right Decision, Fathom Impact Travel and its Excursions

Did you ever debate these thoughts when deciding how to use your (limited) free time? I want to make a difference in the world, make a positive impact. I need a vacation. I want time to relax, recharge and also have fun. Yes? Well, most of us do, we debate these choices. And now you […]

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Keeping Beer Bottles Cold with BottleKeeper

Keeping Beer Bottles Cold with BottleKeeper

In the constant search to make life easier and more enjoyable I recently received the BottleKeeper and tested it.  Yes, I often use a Villanova University koozie (see my facebook profile photo) to keep my beer bottles cool, but with 90 degree (f) days and an even a hotter summer season in the Florida Keys, […]

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ZUS, Find Your Car Charger

ZUS, Find Your Car Charger

Relocating to the Florida Keys just doesn’t mean new wardrobe, sure wearing flip-flops and short sleeve daily is a big change from Manhattan, but I discovered it’s a big transition. And it’s a transition that involves the need for a car, and thus or ZUS, a car charger. Nonda ZUS Car Charger What I Like: […]

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Episode 13: Chiapas, Mexico’s Adventurous Frontier

Episode 13: Chiapas, Mexico’s Adventurous Frontier

In this episode we return to Mexico and explore its frontier – Chiapas. Sure, we often here about America’s Frontier – Alaska, but other countries have frontiers just the same, and for Mexico, that is the lesser-known and adventurous state of Chiapas on its southern border with Guatemala. Chiapas, a heaven for eco-adventure tourism also […]

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Moments in the Middle Keys of Marathon

Moments in the Middle Keys of Marathon

On any list of best drives in America, you’ll see the Overseas Highway, driving from the tip of Florida all the way to Key West. I can’t recommend it enough. What people don’t often realize this two-hour plus adventure (not counting the time from Miami) covers over 100 miles of Keys. Yes, there are more […]

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Setting Foot on the Sands — The Best Beaches on Mexico’s Pacific Coast

Setting Foot on the Sands — The Best Beaches on Mexico’s Pacific Coast

You don’t just pick a destination like Mexico by chance. You choose it for one of many reasons and certainly because you want to grab some sunshine, which you can certainly do on the fabulous beaches on the Pacific coast. Here are some of the best ones to get away from it all on when […]

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The Pueblo Ruins of Paquimé, a UNESCO Heritage Site in Chihuahua, Mexico

The Pueblo Ruins of Paquimé, a UNESCO Heritage Site in Chihuahua, Mexico

The long road trip across the state of Chihuahua reached its final stage as we traveled north back towards the border and a final stop in Casas Grandes. Here we would enjoy the chance to see and learn about Mata Ortiz pottery, visit, dine (privately) and take in a sunset at Hacienda San Diego , […]

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