Ocean Kayak

23 Jan 19
Nandhani's Weird Thoughts

1. What’s your philosophy in life? “Look beyond what you see.” -Rafiki 2. What’s the one thing you would like to change about yourself? Mageran 3. Are you religious or spiritual? Spiritual 4. Do you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert? A quite extrovert 5. Which parent are you closer to and why? Bapak […]

22 Jan 19
Hook, Line and Paddle

The Cuda 12 is the little sibling to the Cuda 14; it was designed for those anglers who enjoy fishing many different water types – rivers, lakes, ponds, ocean – but can only purchase one kayak. The popular 12ft length makes it easy to store and transport off the water, yet is quick enough and […]

22 Jan 19
Living The Dream 4 Us

1/15 we left South Bimini to cross The Great Bahama Bank  it is a 75nm across and 180nm long hunk of ocean.  It is approximately 15 to 18 feet deep along the way.  And boy oh boy is the water blue.  I even saw a cool ship wreck.  It looked like it had been there […]

22 Jan 19

Jennifer KesterContributor Forbes Travel Guide Contributor Group Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve THE RITZ-CARLTON HOTEL COMPANY LLC As snowstorms, bitter cold and ice pummel parts of the country, we’re dreaming of running away to a place where we don sunglasses and flip-flops instead of marshmallow-like down coats and snow boots. If you need a winter escape plan […]

22 Jan 19
marian wilder

I love being able to write the words; Koh Rong, Gulf of Thailand. Romantic and foreign. Koh Rong is a large island about an hour’s ferry ride from Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Sihanoukville is a coastal city that hubs an airport, roads, and departure point for ferries going to the islands. It has fallen victim to Chinese […]

22 Jan 19
Waiting Posthuman Studio

Primo appuntamento venerdì 25 gennaio alle ore 1525/01/2019 – 24/03/2019   POST-WATER / mostra 25.10.18 – 17.03.19  POST-WATER / public program 25.01.19 – 24.03.19 Il Museo Nazionale della Montagna è lieto di presentare il Public Program della mostra Post-Water, a cura di Andrea Lerda. Il programma di eventi, che avrà luogo dal 25 gennaio al 24 marzo, è […]

22 Jan 19

It happened! We got married! All the planning and stressing came to a close on November 3rd and it was a wonderful day. You can check out both our ceremony and reception blog posts if you haven’t already and now it’s time for our honeymoon! The day after our wedding we drove back home to […]

22 Jan 19
Garner Insights Blogs

Garnerinsights.com has added a new report to its database Global Surf-Kayaks Market Size, Status And Forecast 2019-2023 The Surf-Kayaks Market report is a valuable source of guidance for companies and individuals offering Industry Chain Structure, Business Strategies and Proposals for New Project Investments also analyzes the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and […]

22 Jan 19
Confessions of a Working Woman

Turning back on to the main road, we continued to the Storms River mouth, still in the Tsitsikamma. The blue skies above us would soon change, dark clouds were starting to stack up against the mountain. We have, after all, arrived at the famous Storms River. Once we’ve paid our fees to enter the national […]

22 Jan 19
Caribbean Blog


Providenciales could be called the capital of tourism in the island country of Turks and Caicos. It is the island with the largest population, and has the most developed cities. Known for its amazing sandy shores, Providenciales is the perfect choice for a relaxing beach getaway.

Furthermore, Trip Advisor named Providenciales the best beach destination in the world in 2011. Mild tropical weather and crystal clear waters make this island one of the best beach vacation outposts you’ll find in the Caribbean.

Of course, there are many Caribbean islands to choose from. Nevertheless, Providenciales is truly special! Here are some reasons wh

22 Jan 19

On Thursday we arrived in Te Anau, the gateway to Fiordland! The weather continues to be stunning. We go for a stroll along Te Anau lake in the afternoon. The bird life is very healthy along the track – you can hear the tui singing in the trees as we walk. There’s also a bird […]

22 Jan 19
Travel the unknown

So, my friend Paul came back to Whangarei after his travel up to the north of New Zealand. He was back for an adventure that no one of us was knowing anything about or what would happen. We meet up at 10.00 Am after breakfast to buy all the things we thought we would need, […]

21 Jan 19

Woke up to low hanging clouds, maybe it will rain a little today. I hate to say it, but my mattress pad has a tiny slow leak. Where am I going to find a pond? I can’t take it in the ocean. Maybe a pool. So many hummingbirds this morning. They’re after the scraggly brown […]

21 Jan 19
Alpine and Brine

Places This week has taken us down to Christchurch area, onto the Banks Peninsula at Akaroa and then back south and inland to the Southern Alps, taking in Lake Tekapo and Lake Pukaki. Before we came to Dunedin we took a side trip out right into the Southern Alps, to the neighbourhood of New Zealand’s […]

21 Jan 19
Simple Stoke

I have a day off and decide to go cross country skiing to spend some sweet time in the snow and clear my head. I drive up to Cypress Mountain where Lois, my kind neighbour, taught my brother and I how to cross country ski over 15 years ago. The memories come flooding back when I arrive in the parking lot. Many years ago, an exceptional 68 year old woman taught the two kids from next door how to glide on thin skis without our heels attached.