We’re staying in Cahuita, Costa Rica for 10 days and wanted to have a bit of an adventure. There are plenty of activities to do close by so we decided to leave it to chance and roll the Zufall dice. We pulled out our original dice kit and set our base value for 10 minutes
When we go to Toronto, we seldom step foot in Toronto. You see, with family spread across the region, we are generally on a tightly regimented schedule of driving and visiting. It goes something like, land, drive to Milton, visit, drive to Stouffville, visit, drive to Oshawa, visit, drive to, well, you get the idea.
On saturday I went to prince’s island park in Calgary. I met up with my friends to do photo safari. First we went south west and my topic was shelter for animals. I picked photos of where a beaver or otter may like to live. Next we rolled the dice and we went south
We’re all familiar with the cobbler who has holes in his shoes…well, Tim and I have suffered from something similar lately. We’ve been so busy, our lives so over-scheduled, that we haven’t had time to roll the dice. So, when we had to schedule an afternoon off – we knew exactly what to do. We
There are a lot of national parks in Madagascar, but there was one that we knew we couldn’t miss. We simply had to trek Pic Boby, the 2658 meter peak in Andringitra National Park – no matter how hard getting there would be. We rolled up in Ambalavao and promptly pulled into the swankiest hotel
Travelers wanting to take on Madagascar’s classic tourist route, RN7 from Antananrivo (Tana) to Tulear (Toliara) have three options – taxi brousse (scary, overcrowded, time-sucking shared taxi), private car or signing up for a group trip. We chose the private car (with local driver) and we’re very glad we did. Finding a Driver We’re used
Have you ever stood on a busy downtown street and let the people just flow past you? I highly recommend doing this because chances are, you’ll be the only one who’s actually there – in the present moment. Everyone else is rushing to get to where they’re going, on their phones, ignoring the world they’re
Our Madagascar adventure was on, it was off and then it was entirely threatened by indecision. This is how we picked our next travel destination through spontaneity and random chance. Ever since a friend we made on the Inca Trail settled in Madagascar, it’s been on our list. We’ve attempted to get there a few times