Has the thought of watching Timon & Pumba chasing each other's tails through the dusty African savanna been rolling around inside your head since the release of the Lion King 30-years ago? Or maybe it was the Planet Earth series narrated by the unmistakable baritone voice of David Attenborough that’s had you longing to experience one of the most diversified continents on the planet. For me, it was both. I have seen the cartoon and the Planet Earth series countless times. I had to go, I had to see it for myself.
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There are rare occasions in life where you get to spend time with motorcycle legends. Born in 1928, 91-year-old Glen Turple still rides a motorcycle to work nearly the entire year.
Lifestyle design with Jill Enticknap
I talk to entrepreneur, author, guide, healer, yogi, strategist & lifestyle design expert Jill Enticknap about what it takes to live the life you deserve.
5-Year RTW Trip Ends In Las Vegas!
Sitting at your desk watching the clock and watching the minutes of your life tick away.
Cora Vandermeer mountain top talks
He I interview my sister about lifestyle, choices and life. I try to make it look like we don't know eachother! Ha, you could say we've met before.
I met a lady near Tulum Mexico while I was passing through with my motorcycle en route to the end of the world. I liked her opinion on life, so I interviewed her.
Sleeping With Lions. South Africa
...then she looked directly at us and said "Are you ok sleeping with lions & rhinos or you would you rather be with the giraffes & zebras?"
Thinking about traveling to Aruba? Skip the hotel strip and get to know the locals. During our 3-week visit, we opted to stay in 3-different AirBnB's in the hopes of learning more about the country and the culture.
Author of The University Of Gravel Roads Rene Cormier talks about what it's like to motorcycle around the world, what it's like to run an international motorcycle adventure company and the life of an adventurer rider.
It was d-day and I had to face some brash realities. I likely wasn't going to be able to finish the trip. Despite all the scrounging, camping in the bush for free, eating from dirt-cheap food stands, hustling through expensive countries like Costa Rica, taking it slow through cheap countries like Mexico, and having out-of-budget items like dental floss smuggled in from Canada, I was running out of funds.
Are you in Edmonton in February?
Looking for something great to do on the eve of Valentine's day?
Motorcycling The PanAmerican Highway
How to motorcycle the Pan American Highway is now a full fledge interview with Steve of Steve's Travels.