One night more than a century ago, 16 men lost their lives in a shipwreck off the Oregon Coast Trail. Source: The Shipwreck of the Lupatia
Ben and I really do love the outdoors when it’s not sweltering hot or freezing cold. April was the perfect time to visit Yosemite National Park. The temperatures were comfortable and the tourist season hadn’t kicked off. Yosemite is known for its granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, giant sequoia groves, and abundant hiking trails. This…
Enjoy these beautiful photos of Zanzibar, taken and sent in by our guest blogger in Africa, Tumsifu Frank.
I follow this Facebook page, I Love Hiking, and they have some cool shirts sometimes and a bunch of hiking posts (obviously), nature photos, and so forth.
Have you ever seen a herd of wild horses running from one field to another? Well, it is nothing compared to a group of wild tourists with photo cameras in Louvre. I have traveled both ways. Believe me, both of them have some benefits. You just need to find it for yourself.
I have traveled to Asia, Europe, and around North America, and have never experienced anything like I did on this trip last week. My journey from Oklahoma City to Winnipeg, Canada was wild and crazy. . . but the destination was well worth it.
Hi everyone! We have another special guest author for 108 Klicks Around the World. Tumsifu Frank graduated from Moshi University College Of Cooperative and Business Studies (MUCCoBS) in Tanzania, Africa. He is a local with a great appreciation of his country, travel, and humanity. Here, Tumsifu shares with us his favorite places in Tanzania. Enjoy this interesting article…
Spring Break is right around the corner, and following that….SUMMER! Travel season. This is music to my ears.
I have a short, but AMAZING post for you today – Prince’s passport photo has to one of the best traveling pics of all time. Why?
You hear the term “Millennial” thrown around a lot these days, but it just refers to the (very large) group of people born between the early 1980s and 2000s. I was curious to dig in a bit and see what kind of travelers “we,” the Millennials, are. My husband (1980), me (1986), and our daughter…