Jetsetting, UNESCO

The Giant’s Causeway – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Northern Ireland

Along the North Coast of Northern Ireland is a wonderous geological formation called The Giant's Causeway. It is an area of about 40,000 interlockingĀ basalt columns which were the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. The basalt columns built natural stepping stones of various heights, which create a dramatic scene with the Atlantic ocean waves… Continue reading The Giant’s Causeway – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Northern Ireland

U.S. National Parks

Kenai Fjords National Park | Exploring Alaska

Reserction Bay Exploring Kenai Fjords National Park, which lies just outside of Seward, was an extraordinary experience while traveling through Alaska. This is where ice, ocean and mountains meet and the best way to visit this national park is by boat or kayak. If water travel is not your thing, you do have the option… Continue reading Kenai Fjords National Park | Exploring Alaska

Global Dining, UNESCO

CONTE Restaurant | Perfection in Perast, Montenegro

There are a few moments in life when the world seems perfect and one of those moments for me, was in Montenegro. Not just during this seaside lunch in Perast but my entire visit to the Balkan State of Montenegro, was extraordinary. The Region of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is lined with well-preserved… Continue reading CONTE Restaurant | Perfection in Perast, Montenegro

Jetsetting, UNESCO

The Mythical Island of Delos – A UNESCO World Heritage Site

As we were taking a ferry across the Grecian Sea, my daughter who was 18 at the time said "No wonder people wrote stories about crossing the sea in Greece". I remember when she said that because I thought to myself "She's right!". The both of us looking out at the deep blue sea, riding… Continue reading The Mythical Island of Delos – A UNESCO World Heritage Site