The smell of damp cement enveloped my senses as I imagined the hundreds of souls who had once occupied this dark cell. It felt eerie, yet as I lifted my camera to my eye I could see the unique beauty of these old buildings.
Another inspiring travel photographer interview with Dave and Deb of The Planet D. Dave and Deb are two of my favorite travel bloggers and I’m a big fan of Dave’s photography. Check out their interesting answers!
There’s a new Tijuana in Mexico, and it’s called Algodones. Now that Tijuana has been deemed unsafe for travelers, we have searched out a new border town for those of you who are in need of a quick Mexico fix.
One of the best parts about our trip to the Dominican Republic in December was our stay at Ali’s Surf Camp in Cabarete. Not only because the staff is kind and friendly to everyone, but because there is something about surf camp that brings out the best in people.
It was a blazing 110 degrees in the Mojave Desert on this particular day in early June. Dripping with sweat, we decided to leave the cool shade of our campsite to hike in the surrounding mountains made of jumbo rocks.
Considering we have both lived in Southern California for a few years now, I felt it was time to make the trip out to Catalina Island. We gathered up a few friends, rented a campsite at Two Harbors, and took the ferry over to the island in the beginning of October.