10 Things to do on a Florida Spring Break and avoid drunk college students

The highlight of spring semester for college students is spring break.  Florida is the home of spring break between Miami, Daytona Beach, and Panama City.  Florida sees millions of college students during the month of March. Many of the students come to Florida to party. It is not uncommon to see pictures of drunken students doing crazy things. Despite the many party locations for college students, there are many things that Florida Spring Break can offer you which would not involve you getting drunk, hurt and finally contacting a los angeles personal injury law firm to get justice for the incident which took place. Continue Reading . . .

My Top 2015 Travel Memories

Hello 2016. I can’t wait to see what you bring in my adventures. 2015 was a great year for exploring the world. I visited 3 continents and 7 countries. I had some great adventures and some amazing experiences. I even had time to visit a few US states and cross 5 National Parks off my list. Continue Reading . . .

Paddling the Nine Mile Pond Canoe Trail

My hair is being blown straight out by the wind. I unhook the ratchet straps that hold my canoe on my SUV. I starts to swing in the wind. I wasn’t expecting it to be so windy when I planned on canoeing Nine Mile Pond Canoe Trail in Everglades National Park in Homestead, Florida. Despite the name, the trail is only 5 miles. It is marked with 116 PVC markers. Continue Reading . . .

My Favorite Quotes Celebrating Earth Day 2015

Happy Earth Day! Earth day was founded 45 years ago to celebrate the Earth.   The giant blue sphere that is our home.    In the excitement of celebrating, don’t forget to drink a toast John Muir. Yesterday, John Muir celebrated his 177th birthday. Happy Birthday, John! I know I am a day late, but its the though that counts. Continue Reading . . .

Snorkeling with Florida Manatees at Crystal River

It’s 6 am on a Saturday morning, and two of my freshman floormates and I are getting ready to make a two-hour drive.  It’s mid-January and even in Florida the temperature is a crisp 40 degrees Fahrenheit.  Despite the chilly weather, we are driving to Cyststal River to swim in Three Sisters Spring.  The weather isn’t conducive to swimming in a spring.  Even if said spring is a perfect 72 degrees Fahrenheit year around. Continue Reading . . .