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Cape Panwa, Thailand

Heading back north toward Phuket, we stopped near our Kantry Bay Hotel from the first day in Thailand (before we boarded the catamaran) in Cape Panwa. The setting was a little less exotic, channeling more of a BVI feel, but it was a quiet, serene anchorage. Taking the dingy ashore, we relaxed at a small […]

Exploring Hongs in Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay is chalk-full of caves and hongs. Hong in Thai means room and is used to denote a hollow island, somewhat like a cave without a ceiling. There is usually a small entrance, and once inside, you find yourself surrounded by walls, almost like being inside a giant caldera. Alan, Cameron and I discovered a massive hong. […]

How to make a 10 day Caribbean Cruise an Epic Adventure

Three years ago, my husband and I opted for the easy honeymoon. We booked a 10 day southern caribbean cruise with 8 ports of call. Some people hear the word “cruise” and cringe. Thoughts of lobster-red burned, loud, and obnoxious tourists slugging back ridiculously expensive fruity drinks with umbrellas poolside may come to mind (and […]

How to accessorize your dog for fall

I found some more photos on my iPhone from our hike last Saturday in Edwin Warner Park. Accessorizing your pet for fall is fairly easy and very inexpensive. Simply: Collect ideal fall leaf specimens. Arrange said specimens around your pets collar. Here, I threaded the leaf stems through Jager’s collar and choke leash. Overlap different color […]

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