Swimming with Manta Rays with Kona Ocean Adventures was absolutely a highlight of our week in The Big Island.
The Fairmont Orchid on the Kohala coast was the perfect hub for all the northern coast of the Big Island had to offer.
Swimming with dolphins off the Big Island, Hawaii, was mesmerizing and calming.
Looking for humpback whales on Wahine Charters from the Honokohau Marina
An early morning hike into the Pololū Valley on the Big Island of Hawaii was the perfect start to our visit to the volcanic island.
Happy November! We are both fully obsessed with autumn, and this year, we cheered especially heartily for the summer to leave, as it kept prolonging humid days. Since September, we've visited Maine, France and Italy, so haven't had a chance to visit our favorite fall destination for pumpkins, my aunt and uncle's fresh-blown farm in Connecticut. We actually traveled up for a birthday, but didn't take many photos, so thought we'd share some fall glory from last year that we never got around to…
SXSWEdu brought us to Texas for inventive fusion cuisine and a quick overview of Austin
A year ago, we loved our restful time on Marco Island, Florida with Walker's parents, so we were excited for another trip down there this February thanks to their generosity. It was fun to arrive at a house we're familiar with and no pressure to go anywhere with the pool and estuary behind the house. And so different than most of my over-planned itinerary-heavy trips! Similar to last year, Walker's dad rented a boat for an afternoon (after breakfast at Doreen's for key lime pancakes!) and…
First snow storm of 2017 in Brooklyn!
To me, fall has always been the most wonderful time of the year. This started as a little tike when I learned what fall was and assumed my late September birthday, right after school started, was in the fall. Even when I realized it was on the trail of summer (boo hiss), my ardor has persisted. I love everything: the dry scent of the leaves' underbellies, the first sign of white steam off a coffee outside, the anticipation of burst of color––and the reality of a lone tree here and there boiling…