On land, under the sea and in the air..kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, wombats and Tasmanian devils…dolphins, seals, albatrosses, sharks, turtles, an octopus..brilliant cockatoos, lorikeets, corellas, galahs, curlews, and kookaburras…bats, snakes, lace monitor lizards, large insects, water dragons, and some scary spiders, plus echidnas, emus and cassowaries!
Elephant Nature Park (ENP), is a sanctuary for abused, injured and retired elephants, plus rescued dogs, cats, a herd of water buffalo and a few horses. Our time there was rewarding, inspirational, educational, fun, exhausting, and a bit frustrating all at the same time…
Every Friday evening Gros Islet hosts a party they call a “jump up”. They close the street, bring in giant speakers, crank the music, encourage the street vendors, light the barbeque pits, and set up portable rum bars.
As an avid American golfer, with the golden opportunity to play nearly a dozen rounds of golf at a variety of courses during a recent one month home exchange in Edinburgh, I can safely say that Scotland golf is definitely better in many ways…specifically 18!
Bora Bora, Tahiti, Huahine, Raiatea…French Polynesia…few places sound more romantic –bringing to mind beautiful waters with every possible shade of blue, palm trees, grass skirts, ukuleles, tropical drinks, huge smiles, dramatic scenery, and lots of hand holding opportunities. No reason to adjust that perception – it’s all true!
Do you see hearts in your surroundings or even create them when inspired? Yes? Then you’ll love these images and stories! We asked our readers and fellow travel bloggers to share a favorite heart from their travels. You know we’re all about romance, baby!