Back again…!

The days are short for so much travel, but we try to do as much as we can with the adventures at hand! Right now I am in Belize (for the last 6 weeks of a four month winter sojourn). We love to visit ancient ruins (and Belize has a lot of these), we also… Continue reading Back again…!

Aggelos Hotel

What an absolutely beautiful spot! This was also a new stop for us this trip to Greece. And it was perfect… from the lovely rooms, to the friendly staff, to the fabulous food…and to top it off a beautiful beach for swimming and relaxing with the most fantastic sunsets! Could not have asked for more…and… Continue reading Aggelos Hotel

Galaxy Restaurant- yes, it is our favorite

Seafood and Tsiparou, say that three times really fast and you may be able to magically appear sitting at a table facing the Sea, sipping Tsiparou, and relaxing in the beautiful breeze at the Galaxy Restaurant! Wine and Sea at the Galaxy! The food here is exceptional, the owner and his family are also exceptional,… Continue reading Galaxy Restaurant- yes, it is our favorite

Small Greek Villages

The Greek villages are as old as time itself, and the countryside is so awesome but the people are the real gems! Driving through a small Greek village is like being inside a sandwich where the buildings are at the road on each side of you and the road is just barely wide enough to… Continue reading Small Greek Villages

Ahhh…sun, sand and good food! X Tan Ha (waterfront resort)

Sit back and relax! This is a place that is good for your soul.... White sand beach, the sound of the breakers at the reef offshore, the sun warming your skin and your spirit, and edible art they call food! It does not get much better than this... This little bit pf paradise is perfect… Continue reading Ahhh…sun, sand and good food! X Tan Ha (waterfront resort)

‘Aitutaki Community Cat Project’

Cats, cats, and more cats... The 'Aitutaki Community Cat Project' is a group of veterinarians, vet techs, nurses, and helpers who have been coming to Aitutaki for the last couple of years to de-sex local and feral cats on the island. To say there was a cat problem was an understatement. But, there was a… Continue reading ‘Aitutaki Community Cat Project’

Te King Lagoon Tours

Our property manager recommended Te King Lagoon Tours and he was right on the money! A door to door pick-up and delivery, towels provided, snorkel gear provided (but we carry our own), and an amazing lunch provided as well. Our Captain Tia The tour stops at four to five places on the famous Aitutaki lagoon… Continue reading Te King Lagoon Tours

Getting a round Roratonga

The island of Roratonga is a circle…yup…round as a ball…well maybe not a ball…but pretty close. This means that the main road goes around in a circle (clockwise or anticlockwise) and so do the public buses. It is a well known fact that you can go either way most times of the day either 'on-the-hour'… Continue reading Getting a round Roratonga

And the next adventure begins

Our flights from Canada to the Cook Islands were interesting (to say the least), changed three times by Air New Zealand (and they forgot to re-assign our premium seats - but that is another post - check it out), a grueling 45 hours! It would not have been quite that long if we had not… Continue reading And the next adventure begins

Take up where we left off…

It seems that the time flies too fast and that we get caught up in the swiftness of the current of life and sometimes we need to just take a moment to …breathe… inhale…exhale…repeat slowly. This is a listing of what is coming to the ‘fill-in-the-blanks” section over the past year. Some of these travels… Continue reading Take up where we left off…