Please join us in congratulating our Summer 2016 Photo Contest winners. Best Overall: Aviran Benjamin “prickled” our attention with this shot of his Classic Briefcase in Tobacco taken in Tel Aviv, Israel. He’s our Overall Winner and gets a $500 Gift Certificate. Best Pet: Bronson K Silva’s pal Miki almost steals the spotlight from the… Read more »
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In this thirty-third episode of the Not Dead Yet Show: In Mexico we got to hear the results of the English classes we’re offering employees and Suzette got really excited about some hair on suitcase designs. Come see the rest of the Not Dead Yet Series Subscribe to the Not Dead Yet… Read more »
Who is the better traveling partner?
I’ve travelled hundreds of thousands of miles in cars with just my wife, Suzette and with just my dog, Blue. Who is a better traveling partner? Well, they both have their drawbacks, but why dwell on the negatives when the positives are so plentiful.
Tips from 50+ Flights with Babies Under 2, Continued?
Enjoy part two of my series about how to make traveling with kids as painless as possible.
Trust me, I’m a seasoned child wrangeler.
Tips from 50+ Flights with Babies Under 2
My favorite thing to say out loud with my baby in my arms and sitting down on a crowded airplane is this:
Geez honey, I sure hope she doesn’t scream the entire flight like she did last time.
I’m a traveler. My wife is a traveler. By default, our two year old daughter and 8 week old son are travelers too.
In my travels, I’ve had some great times indeed. I’ve slept in Bedouin tents in the Sahara, in hammocks in Central America, but there’s just no place like Africa for an adventure. Leopards eating zebra legs, crocodiles eating Wildebeests, Masai warriors escorting us to dinner with their spears to fight off any would-be Munson-eater along the trail. It’s simply amazing and that’s why we’re taking people back with us this summer. We’re taking 30 of our employees, friends and family on the adventure of a lifetime deep into the heart of Africa and maybe we’ll ask you to come along with us on a later trip.
What I Learned From an African Elephant
So, I’m sitting here on the patio of our little Tanzanian thatched roof hut high up on the edge of the Serengeti. I’m watching a herd of 11 elephants wander over to the river at a slow and leisurely pace. Perhaps someone told the elephants what they told me in Bora Bora. It seems like they heard the same advice. They said…