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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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The Galapagos

Day 1 of exploring the Galapagos Our first day started with boarding a medium sized ship named La Pinta. I will do a ship review at the end of the trip. The waters are very blue and quite clear. We … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Galapagos

It is a restricted national park so you must go through quite a food steps to arrive. Park Rangers check every bag before you leave the airport and once again when you arrive. There is no terminal with gates, but … Continue reading

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The Equator

Today, we headed a little north of Quito Ecuador to go visit a local Indigenous tribe/culture/history museum and actually check in at the Equator of the Earth! Don’t go to the Middle of the Earth tourist trap: https://www.mitaddelmundo.gob.ec/es/ Check out the … Continue reading

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Exploring Quito – Day 2

I do not know how, but we got very lucky in avoiding the dry season thunderstorms threatening the area this week. We enjoyed exploring a little more of the history of Quito which has a very strong Spanish Catholic influence … Continue reading

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Exploring Quito

Day 1 Some people say that Quito is not a safe place to visit like many other large South American cities, but we found the city is full of many hidden gems, amazing food choices, different culture and wonderful people. … Continue reading

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Welcome to Quito

There are not many flights to Ecuador, so it takes a full day (dawn to dusk) to get here from the West coast of the United States. It is the same as going to the Caribbean. The airport is not … Continue reading

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Amazing Race in Israel

This week, I was able to participate in a teamwork exercise with other global CISO and cybersecurity leaders in a simulated Amazing Race exercise in Israel. It kicked off with some private briefings and breakfast at a very special event … Continue reading

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Tips to Surviving the Travel Zoo

I am sure everyone has been seeing the travel chaos in the news (media) lately. I thought I would share some first hand experiences as well. It was like all the animals waiting in line to climb in/enter the Ark. … Continue reading

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Herodium – Israel

I wanted to share one cool site I recently visited was a national park in Israel known as Herodium. I do not think many people know about this site and history. It looks like it is just a hill along … Continue reading

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