Saturday, March 29, 2014

Fly a 747

A simulator, that is. British Airways offers public times in its real flight simulators. Read the piece I wrote for Men's Journal about flying one here.

Following the paw prints of a lone wolf

 A collared male wolf known as OR7 traveled more than 1,200 miles across Oregon and into California before settling down. Now a group of outdoor adventurers, educators, and filmakers are going to retrace his steps. Find out how to follow along in my piece for Men's Journal.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

The British High Life

A country day at Petworth House, offered through the Corinthia Hotel London, is a chance to play English Lord for a day. Read my piece about it on the Men's Journal website.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Ziplining by the light of the moon

Something a bit different: full moon zipline adventures at Cypress Valley. My piece in the latest issue of Texas Highways.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Worldwide Travel Guide to Sea Turtles

Sea turtle conservation projects around the planet rely on volunteers and travelers for support. You can have an incredible experience and help save an endangered species as well! This guide, which I wrote with sea turtle expert Wallace J. Nichols and eco-travel expert Brad Nahill, will help you find responsible, sustainable projects to visit. Available soon from TAMU Press. (More info on amazon)

Cycling and Caffeine

Touring Guatemala's scenic coffee farms by bicycle, the adventuresome traveler's alternative to wine tours. My piece on Men's Journal online.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

South Africa's Cape Winelands

Prettier, more exotic, and less expensive than Napa - and the wine's just as good. Plenty of reasons to visit the Stellenbosch area near Cape Town, South Africa. Read more in my piece for Men's Journal online.