Please Notice Me, Saipan!

  From Palau, we boarded the 2:05am United Airlines Flight #158 to Guam, landing at 5:10am.     Since Guam is a U.S. territory, transit in Guam work as if you were entering the U.S., so you gotta go through the whole visa/global entry/customs/etc....

Palau Deck!

    After 10 days in snowpowderalypse paradise, I headed back from Niseko to CTS airport on a morning shuttle bus to make my 2:10pm flight to Taiwan. Arriving in the evening, I met up with Stephanie Liu, a derm-pathologist doctor who found me on the...

Bee’s Nise-ko

Thank you David Park for some of these photos It all started with saying yes. Isn't that how it always starts? "Yes" to an invitation on Clubhouse during the pandemic led to a "yes" to Yacht Week Sardinia, which led to a "yes" to Yacht Week French Polynesia, which led...

Meet the Shredding Ski Bums!

  From a Yacht Week collaboration to a reunion to a new trip with the opposite climate, one borne out of Yacht Week to make our very own Ski Week in Hokkaido! Our returners: Megan "Our Favorite Bagel" Whyte: returning from our chef from our last Yacht Week trip...

Feelin’ Like A “Malabo”ratory Experiment

  Our marathon tour and last foray across West Africa ends in Malabo on the island of Bioko, the capital city of Equatorial Guinea. From Douala, we boarded a ET913 flight at 12:35pm, landing in Malabo at SSG airport after only 20 minutes in the air at 1:20pm in...

Lights, Cameroon, Action!

 Last night in Libreville, our power had went out in our Airbnb in the middle of the night so with the AC not working I woke up at 3:15am to humidity and sweat. How I was able to still fall back asleep remains a mystery to me.  After 2 days in Gabon,...

Libreville Me From Another Coup, So Gabon With It!

  We were worried whether the bloodless peaceful (if there is ever such a thing) coup d'état that took place here in Gabon less than only 4 months ago would affect our chances getting here. The coup had been the conclusion to a 56-year-long rule of the Bongo...

São Tomé & Away!

São Tomé & Príncipe were a handful of islands first discovered by the Portuguese in the late 15th century but settling proved difficult due to its remote location. Therefore the earliest inhabitants were "undesirables" sent from Portugal, mostly Jews and enslaved...

Nature’s Last Stand: It’s Only A Matter of Príncipe!

  After a 10 day long roadtrip across the coast along the Gulf of Guinea and a day to recover in Accra, we flew out on an afternoon 4:10pm TP1527 TAP Portugal flight from Accra to TMS airport in São Tomé, one of the least visited countries in the world.  ...

That’s Pretty Accra-te!

  Returning from Cape Coast last night, we recharged at our fancy apartments at Embassy Gardens, complete with a swimming pool, centrally locatded café restaurant, and gym.     It was at this point (and luckily at this point) where we found out the air...
Meet the Shredding Ski Bums!

Meet the Shredding Ski Bums!

  From a Yacht Week collaboration to a reunion to a new trip with the opposite climate, one borne out of Yacht Week to make our very own Ski Week in Hokkaido! Our returners: Megan "Our Favorite Bagel" Whyte: returning from our chef from our last Yacht Week trip...

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