“But what I was going to say was, I just figured I’m going to go boldly in the direction of my dreams, say it as Thoreau would say, and just see where it takes me.”
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We are a couple who split their time between the Hawaiian Islands and points in between. We have found that there is truth in what Emerson had to say, ”life is a journey, not a destination”.
Though, we should note, he failed to warn that there is no cure once one becomes addicted to the journey! The symptoms are only just made bearable by the planning of the next expedition and the review of pictures taken of past adventures. Be they around our islands or around the world.
It is our pleasure to share our islands, musings, travels and pictures with you. A portion of our revenue from all of our websites is donated to local charities.
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Another flashback shot from our safari and stay in Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa. A mother cheetah...she was soon joined by her two cubs. Did you know that cheetahs make almost a chirping noise when they are calling to each...read more
A picture of three Magellanic Penguins posing as the "Three Graces" Snapped on our South Atlantic Cruise Trip during a stop in the Falkland Islands. The following from Wikipedia: "Magellanic penguins are medium-sized penguins which grow to be...read more
Cheers to All! & Happy Aloha Friday!read more
I can never say no to Profiteroles! The ones at Maximilien at the Pike Place in Market, Seattle, Washington are recommended!read more
The Lobster Club Sandwich served at the La Galerie Lounge in the George V, Paris is one of my favorite indulgences! Worth every Euro!read more
South African Safari....This was the trip that got me hooked on photography!read more
Q: Is it true that the animals in the Galapagos Islands do not show any fear of humans? A: Yes...Check out this pic we snapped of three iguanas sunning themselves after a dip in the ocean.read more
Flash back to 2005 .... Picture of the Washington Monument on a snowy January afternoon. Does anyone know from what vantage point this picture was taken?read more