Tag: travel solo

I am Enjoying my 15 minutes of Fame Talking About What I Love!

I am Enjoying my 15 minutes of Fame Talking About What I Love!

I am Enjoying my 15 minutes of Fame Talking About What I Love! I have been enjoying my time in the sun, and in front of the camera, on the microphone, not to mention several reviews and articles that have been written and published! Publishing my first book, ALL FISH FACES: Photos and Fun Facts […]

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Digital Nomads Interviewed Me about Travel, Citizen Science, and my book ALL FISH FACES!

Digital Nomads Interviewed Me about Travel, Citizen Science, and my book ALL FISH FACES!

I had a great time with @RickySheety of Digital Nomads! They have several interviews with digital nomads and travelers, so be sure and check them out on YouTube!

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3 Reasons to Book a Solo Travel Getaway to the Virgin Islands

3 Reasons to Book a Solo Travel Getaway to the Virgin Islands

Feeling overwhelmed by the daily grind? Hour after hour of demands and deadlines, interrupted only by the buzz of technology notifications…. Sound familiar? How about….the Virgin Islands? It’s time to schedule a trip – with yourself. Whether you’re approaching burnout or taking preventive measures to stave it off, it’s time to unplug from the rest […]

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It was an exciting dive in the Dampier Strait!

It was an exciting dive in the Dampier Strait!

On day 8 of one of the best dive trips of my life, the Arenui Liveaboard headed into the Dampier Strait of Raja Ampat. Our dive sites were Cape Kri, Blue Magic, and Saonek Jetty. Saonek Jetty brought the biggest shock of the day! The dive site is at a jetty, just as it sounds, […]

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If You Love Nature, get out and March for the Environment April 29th!

Filed in Citizen Science, Our Planet by on April 26, 2017 20 Comments
If You Love Nature, get out and March for the Environment April 29th!

Nature. I am a nature girl. It doesn’t matter where…oceans, mountains, forests, parks, I love it. And our planet needs our help if we want our children and grandchildren to see the places we love in the future. It doesn’t matter if you are conservative or liberal or in between, preserving our wild places and wildlife […]

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I Loved Diving in Raja Ampat, it was Sensational!

I Loved Diving in Raja Ampat, it was Sensational!

During July 2016 I took a fabulous dive trip to Komodo National Park in Indonesia with Ray of Hope Expeditions, to document manta rays in the area. Dr Andrea Marshall, the foremost Manta Ray scientist and co founder of Marine Megafauna Foundation, does several of these expeditions every year, and I absolutely love these trips, […]

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Am I Invisible?

Filed in Adventures in the USA, Boomer, Midlife, Travel by on January 31, 2016 27 Comments
Am I Invisible?

Traveling alone is not a new experience for me. I have ventured far out of my comfort zone by doing citizen science in Africa, Ecuador, St. Lucia and Mexico. In the next year I will travel to Australia and Indonesia to do a citizen science trip with Dr Andrea Marshall, Director of the Marine Megafauna […]

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Why not travel solo?

Filed in Adventures in Thailand, Travel, Travel Adventures! by on February 28, 2014 12 Comments
Why not travel solo?

I am off to travel Asia and dive Asia…Thailand and the Mergui Archipelago is my destination in March 2014! I will be posting about each leg of my trip, and I look forward to sharing it with you!   It is February 28, 420p in Tokyo, Japan, but my body seems to know that for […]

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