A road trip to Murphys, California was quite simply off-the-beaten-path at its finest. There we found amazing adventures (like rappelling down an old mine shaft), gorgeous scenery, fabulous wines, delicious food, and quirky characters who give Murphys its special charm, not to mention a haunted hotel where Mark Twain and Ulysses S. Grant once stayed!
Lindsay’s first trip ever on an airplane was when she was six months old to meet her mom’s family in Toronto. Since then she’s visited the city about once a year. But her last trip there was also Lanee’s first. Together, we voyaged like vixens and saw a new side of Toronto — urban adventure! […]
Those who know Lanee well know two things: 1. Manhattans are her favorite cocktail. 2. If it’s not made right, she will send it back, time and time again… But, she’s more than willing to share her secrets for making a proper Manhattan with any bartender, butler or even a Maasai warrior. And that’s exactly […]
What does a suckling pig and a hockey stick have in common? Chef Scott Savoie of Culinary Adventure Company has the answer. Here are some of our stories from the trip: Read on at The Traveler’s Way… Read more on the Top Five Adventures in Toronto at Johnny Jet… Read more on Urban Adventure in […]
Besides zip lining the world’s highest and second longest – Toro Verde‘s “The Beast” – we enjoyed drinking pina coladas at the place they were invented (Barrachino), off-roading through the muddy backtrails at Hacienda Campo Rico, spending a day on a gorgeous deserted and uninhabited island called Caja de Muerto, and exploring the artsy (shall […]
Five Great Reasons to Visit Puerto Rico “…San Juan is the center of it all with a marriage of new and old facilitated by its colorful building facades, vintage watchtowers, and cobblestone streets.”
We spent a rollicking week of adventure in Puerto Rico with the highlight being zip lining the world’s highest and second longest – The Beast! Here’s a video recap of the Puerto Rican eats, plays, and loves: