Driving Spain is a great way to explore the country. The open road offers a freedom from schedule and the chance to visit lesser-known Spain. After time exploring Barcelona, a city I definitely would recommend you not drive as a visitor (not sure I’d recommend driving any city actually), you can rent a car and [...]
My first full day in Puebla I attended the 2nd annual FMGM (Foro Mundial Gastronomia ...
So I’ve been debating purchasing a tablet or a new slim notebook for a while. ...
A trip to the Riviera Maya is not complete without a visit to Mayan Ruins. There are plenty to choose from, but for first timers, a visit to one of the “Big Three” Chichen Itza, Tulum or Coba is a great way to start your exploration. Although tours can take you to each of these [...]
I contacted Kevin, when I noticed he was planning to photograph a sunset (and sunrise) in every National Park. He agreed to share his moment and image of a sunset from the Saguaro National Park. He talks of his project and moment from Arizona here: Beginning a large personal photo project requires a bit of [...]
Today, I am returning to sunny Vallarta. My last time in Puerto Vallarta I worked with Visit Mexico and filmed my adventures as part of the Bitácora project. Simply translated, Bitácora means journal. I already shared episode 1 from my Riviera Nayarit Bitácora and now all the epsidoes are complete and I will be sharing [...]
We are friends through writing about Mexico and now Jeanine is on a new adventure. She has decided to share those details and also how the beauty of Big Sur and its sunset provide inspiration. No doubt she is staying adventurous, are you? Her words: Is staying adventurous a state of mind? Probably. I grew [...]
I’d never consider a trip to Greece solely a beach holiday, but I certainly would plan time on the beach. And when you visit the island of Crete you can certainly find your beach. For me, I spent my beach time mostly at the Knossos Beach Bungalows and Suites. Walking distance to a sleepy beach [...]
I met Lisa during a blogger project and she mentioned Palau. I asked her about the sunset from the island nation located in the western Pacific and she decided to share. Thanks Lisa. I loved my trip to Palau and hope to go back again. I swam with “stingless”jellyfish in Indonesia and that was when [...]
For January, I can complain about the chilly near zero temperatures or the seemingly constant snow shoveling, but I chose to spend most of the month in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. I chose to experience winter and actually, I enjoyed it. I watched deer search for food through the snow outside the window, experienced [...]
Welcome to “Stay Adventurous.” And since I introduce myself in every personal journal I write in, let me also introduce myself here.
- TripsByLance: That's a great looking pool. I like the idea of a ...
- craig zabransky: Absolutely agree on Coba, and yes, definitely rent...
- craig zabransky: Kieu, it is massive.... can be overwhelming for so...
- craig zabransky: thanks for chiming in LT.... and hmmm... phablet d...
- craig zabransky: Marhu, yes, Brasil or Rio is often one of most peo...
- Travel Contest – Win Two Nights at the Courtyard by Marriott November 15, 2011
- 10 Travel Tips on How to Travel Local October 11, 2012
- The Morning March to the Tikal Temple Sunrise May 29, 2012
- Chepe – All Aboard the Chihuahua Pacifico Train to Copper Canyon November 9, 2012
- Wide Awake Thanks to the Northern Lights May 21, 2013
- The Sunset View of Popocatépetl in Puebla, Mexico March 1, 2015
- Barcelona to Valencia, Three Stops on a Spanish East Coast Road Trip February 26, 2015
- Considering a New Tablet or Notebook? – Test Driving the Dell XPS February 25, 2015
- Exploring the Mayan Ruins of Riviera Maya with a Car is Easy and Safe February 23, 2015
- The Surprising Saguaro National Park Sunset February 22, 2015