Posts Tagged: Pacific Islands

Travel
What to Wear in Fiji – A comprehensive Fiji Packing List
December 27, 2018
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What to Wear in Fiji – A comprehensive Fiji Packing List
Fiji is truly nothing short of paradise, especially if you get off the mainland Viti Levu, to one of the smaller islets. The other good news is that it’s really easy to decide what to wear in Fiji because the tropical climate and inviting waters will have you living in your swimwear. Nevertheless, you don’t […]
Travel
A Year of Travel in Review – 2018
December 20, 2018
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A Year of Travel in Review – 2018
Another year has sped by and we won’t be taking a moment to catch our breath as we spend the holidays exploring Central America. While we are off adventuring, here are the highlights of our 2018 travel in review. This year marked our second big Caribbean adventure in Jamaica, more of North America and some South Pacific […]
Nature
8 Things to do in the Cook Islands – Art by Nature
July 24, 2018
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8 Things to do in the Cook Islands – Art by Nature
Lush tropical islands surrounded by the cerulean South Pacific, I can’t think of anywhere closer to paradise than the Cook Islands. These quiet achievers were formed through volcanic activity and have all the natural beauty of their better-known Polynesian cousins, minus the hordes of tourists. Accessing the captivating Cook Island atolls is slightly more awkward, but […]
Travel
Galapagos Packing List – Island-Hopping Style
May 11, 2017
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Galapagos Packing List – Island-Hopping Style
Galapagos Islands, island-hopping is a somewhat rustic affair and requires careful packing. Activities and sights are outdoor based in tropical humidity, intense sunlight, with potential for rain and wind. Much of the Islands’ wildlife can best be viewed from the water, so you’re going to spend a lot of time wet. Accommodation is varied, with […]
Nature
Art by Nature – Galapagos Islands
May 4, 2017
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Art by Nature – Galapagos Islands
Darwin’s theory of evolution could be attributed to Mother Nature’s quest for perfection, and a perfectionist’s work is never done. The Galápagos Islands are one of the most pristine natural environments on earth. Though not completely unscathed by human interference, the Islands are a window into a world largely without meddling homo sapiens. Here Mother nature […]