Bliss, wonder, and kids in the Sea of Cortez with Un-Cruise. This is what a topnotch, responsible eco-travel should be. Un-cruise, unbelievable.
Author Archive | Brennan Pang
Ever think of visiting Santa Fe with your kids? Though it may not seem so at first glance, Santa Fe is a wonderfully vibrant place to visit for families with children. With a mild climate all year round and tons of sunshine, Santa Fe is a city steeped in cultural history. It’s a place that […]
Every once in a while we come across a product that has the potential to change the world. During the past week, we’ve been reviewing an amazing set of headphones. Headphones can change the world? Yes, headphones. These are not just any set of headphones. Normally, on any long car or plane ride we’ll bring […]
We were recently invited to spend a few days in Sedona, Arizona testing out some of the upcoming cameras from Sony. What a better place to test cameras than amidst the breathtaking red rock monoliths and the blue skies of Northern Arizona? We started off testing out the Sony Cyber-shot WX150 and over […]
We’re truly thankful for what’s important in life. And I think we can all agree that the people in our lives are most important. Family, friends, and experiences with one another. So this Thanksgiving, Christmas and holiday season, think about gifting experiences and buying locally. What does that mean? Studies on consumption show us that […]
Final Day of Summit for Someone, a way to raise money and give back by mountain climbing.
I was awakened this morning to the faint sounds of “Dreamweaver” by Gary Wright playing somewhere in the distance. Coupled with someone walking around on the old floorboards above, it made for a strange alarm clock. For the next two hours I drifted in and out of sleep, then noticed that the enormous clock read […]
Had a tough time sleeping last night, perhaps it’s a bit of the pre-trip adrenaline jitters. I got up around 6AM and packed up the gear and food I needed for the day. I ate some strawberry poptarts, drank some water, then stopped by the cafe to grab a cup of coffee and finish up […]
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