All you need to know to enjoy your Arches National Park adventure.
I fell in love with the outdoors just weeks before my 21st birthday. I was required to take a course titled PED 308: Outdoor Education for Teachers. The purpose of the course was to not only teach outdoor survival skills but important affective qualities that successful teachers must have. The situations that the course puts … Continue reading Love something? Share it with the world.
Aside from gaining time upon arrival, there are many other great 'first thoughts' regarding Vancouver. First, the public transportation we took from the airport to city center was easy to use, inexpensive, clean and most importantly, efficient. I suggest taking the train from the airport into the city for quick, reliable and fairly cheap transportation! … Continue reading Vancouver: First Thoughts
An impromptu visit to my Alma Matter this past weekend made me think about all the great things to do around the area, which ultimately inspired this Central New York page! Although most people who attend SUNY Cortland complain that it's in the middle of nowhere and there's nothing to do, there's a lot to do … Continue reading Central New York
Last week I wrote a review of Disney's Aulani and if you read it you would understand why it was tough to leave that paradise, however, we did sneak out a few times to explore the island. If you're interested in where we decided to explore follow the link at the bottom of this post … Continue reading Oahu Excursions
I know what you're probably thinking... another person who wants to go out and teach the world something. This is true seeing as how I am a Middle School teacher and love to help and educate others, however, this certain circumstance is quite different. It's quite the opposite honestly. I hope to see the world … Continue reading Welcome!