Journey Jotters

Bitten by the travel bug

Yesterday I wrote about the cabin we rented for a Christmas getaway to Arkansas last year. We rented the cabin for four nights and were eagerly anticipating the stay, after staying home all years long.

Yesterday, I wrote about our outdoor morning 4WD adventure on the third day of our Telluride trip here. Our plan that day had been to finish the 4 WD tour in the morning and hike to Bridal Veil Falls in the afternoon. That way, we wouldn’t be constrained by time while on the hike. We …

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On the third day of our Telluride trip, we explored the Telluride area further. We wanted to accomplish two main things: one was to hike to Bridal Veil Falls and the other to try an off-roading adventure. Telluride Outside offers several such 4WD tours that involve driving along old mining roads, like the Imogene Pass, …

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As I mentioned in the post yesterday, the JJ family took a day trip to Ouray from Telluride. While in Ouray, we drove the Million Dollar Highway towards Silverton and back. This post details our experience on this thrilling drive.

This post is the next in our series, Hidden Gems, where we visit places hidden in plain view, in and around Dallas, that we have explored this summer and in the past. You can access that series of posts here.

The last day of our ten-day journey to South Africa loomed large. We had a flight at midnight from Cape Town to Vienna and onwards to Geneva with an overnight stay. Then we would leave Europe to fly to Newark, then drive across to La Guardia and fly home to Dallas. But before that, we …

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I have written about the first day in Cape Town here. The next day was supposed to be a very busy one. Table Mountain is at the top of every visitor’s wish list, and ours was no different. We planned to spend the morning taking the Cableway to the top of the mountain. And for …

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