Flashback: 3 Lessons Roaming Ridin-Hy Ranch

Watching the fog roll over the lake, sipping on a steaming cup of hot cocoa. Take me back to the Adirondacks when I was thirteen years old. Those early mornings at Ridin-Hy Ranch were a favorite part of my summer breaks. Secluded in the hills not far from Lake George, we kids, had the freedom to roam….

Feeling Pride in San Francisco’s Castro District

I stumbled out of the closet. Still in a battle to accept myself and find comfort living my truth. Less than a year later, in a flash of vibrant color I found myself in the epicenter of the LGBTQ movement, the Castro District in San Francisco. Strewn with rainbow. Businesses and people wearing their pride for…

7 Lessons Biking 400-Miles Taught Me

400. That’s how many miles I cycled last week. My mom and I biked across New York State with the annual Cycle the Erie Canal Tour. Buffalo to Albany. 400-miles. In eight days. It was grueling, long and painful. But, we did it! There were plenty of times I wanted to quit and just stop…

Become a Stranger in Your Own Town

At lot of times we get this idea that travel and adventure have to be somewhere away from home. However, one of the best places to start your adventurous lifestyle is right in your own town or city. You never know what you might find. The Vagabrothers, Marko and Alex Ayling, have shared some tips/stories about their explorations in…

5 Different Ways to Discover Disneyworld

The Disney parks are always fun not matter what age you are, but there are several adventures that can make your experience more unique. 1 – Behind the Seeds Tour The Behind the Seeds tour gives you an up close look at the future of agriculture. The tour takes you through Disney’s greenhouses located in The land…

Experience the Jamaican Waterfalls, Mon

The third largest island in the Caribbean, birthplace of reggae, and home to abundant natural beauty. Jamaica’s numerous rivers and waterfalls offer a variety of different adventures for the adrenaline junkie to tranquil traveler. Jamaica’s vast limestone allows for countless waterfalls that you can play in and/or climb.  Dunns River Falls and YS Falls are two of the…

4 Epic Kayaking Adventures

Kayaking. It’s a great workout, fun adventure, and gives you a different perspective of the world. You can do it during the day or at night anywhere from the Gulf of Mexico to Pacific Ocean. Gulf of Mexico A great place to go kayaking are the mangroves in Florida near the Gulf of Mexico. The mangroves are a mix of trees and other…

Top 5 Ways to Experience ¡Pura Vida!

Costa Rica is a peaceful oasis that draws more than 1.5 million visitors every year. You can go from zip-lining through the rainforests to relaxing on one of more than 300 beaches. It’s a must go destination for many travelers. 5 – The One Day Adventure The one day adventure in Ricon de La Vieja is perfect for the…

“Welcome Harry, to Diagon Alley.”

Grab your cloak and get ready to be transported into the magical world of Harry Potter. Universal Studios Orlando has brought J.K. Rowling’s imaginary world to life. Step behind the wall into Diagon Alley where you will be instantly transported into the movies. It feels like you are Harry in the first book when he first enters Diagon…

Las Vegas: Underage

Welcome to the Sin City. Home of strip clubs, casinos, and a night life unlike any other. Las Vegas is the “Disney World” for adults. However, you can still have a fun time even if you’re underage. Explore the Strip The Las Vegas strip is 4.1 miles from the Wynn to the Luxor. If you’re…

185 Year Old Abandoned Philadelphia Prison

Located in Philadelphia, PA is the world’s first true penitentiary. The gates at Eastern State Penitentiary opened in 1829 and closed in 1971. Now days the old gothic-style fortress is a National Historic Landmark that operates as a year round museum. During its golden age, Eastern State was a host to a variety of horse thieves, pickpockets and maximum…

A Stunning Hike 12,000 Years in the Making

Niagara Falls is one of seven natural wonders of the world. Each year, more than 22 million visitors come to gaze at the incredible beauty and immense power of the Falls. However, few of these people ever get a chance to see some of the most spectacular views of the river. For more than 12,000 years the cliff…