Category Archives: Hiking

Exploring Arizona

We decided to take a long weekend and explore some parts of Arizona that we never visited before. Everyone is raving about Scottsdale are (near Phoenix), so we decided to check out the Royal Palms resort that is at the … Continue reading

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Galapagos Bird Watching

Today, we took another long hike on Espanola that is flat, but very rocky! It is a long hike only because of (a) all the rocks and (b) there are lot of things to see. We hopped into the Zodiacs … Continue reading

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Galapagos Tortoise Sightings

Let’s start off this posting with the required answer that many people is asking: did I go running in the Galapagos? Of course I did! The unofficial Galapagos Beach 5K. The El Progreso area of San Cristobal is a very … Continue reading

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Finding Boobies

Today we went on a challenging hike first in the morning. A true hike and not just a beach walk along a trail. Our mission was to not only explore the beautiful scenery. But to explore and seek out the … Continue reading

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Exploring the Galapagos

The Galapagos is a collection of islands and the best way to visit and explore is by ship. The waters are not rough, but in transit from island to island, the water can get a little choppy and motion sickness … Continue reading

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Ella Valley – Israel

For those who love history, this posting may be one of interest who like to explore famous for subtle locations in various countries. I had the opportunity to take a drive and explore the Ella Valley. Why is this so … Continue reading

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The Negev

The Negev is wonderful place to take a break from the daily hustle and bustle and explore a new world that is heavily populated with Bedouin villages. It is sometimes surprising to see wild camels that are in the desert … Continue reading

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Hiking Diamond Head

When the weather is great in Waikiki, where is the closest and best place to take a short hike with the best views? No, not the beach in the morning! How about trying to get some shots from above at … Continue reading

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Oahu

Hawaii is not just Honolulu and Waikiki, it is also about the great islands. We decided to visit a few sites around Oahu since it was a little bit of a rainy day. But first, I had to kick off … Continue reading

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Gold Creek Part 2

The fall weather has been gorgeous in Snoqualmie this year and before the snow arrives, it is definately a good time to do some more hiking. This weekend, we decided to be a little more adventurous and spelunk around Gold … Continue reading

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