2011 was another great year for travel for a gal like me. After taking on the role of President of Reach To Teach Recruiting this year, I expected that my travel time would go down, but my new position ended up bringing me a lot more travel opportunities than I was anticipating. Here are the incredible places that I traveled to in 2011.
An impromptu evening photo shoot between father and son at Hong Kong’s Space Museum.
Photo essay from the Fourth of July Parade in Richfield, Minnesota.
The Penghu Islands in Taiwan are well known for their unique geological terrain. The southeast part of the Penghu archipelago boasts unique rock formations.
A flash flood in Kota Kinabalu during rainy season in Borneo leaves motorists stranded on the road. Not us, though. My husband decides to drive through it!
My favorite moments of 2010 from Taiwan to an epic summer road trip in Canada, and on to Shanghai, China and Georgia.
Angkor Wat, Near Siem Reap, Cambodia, is considered by many to be a wonder of the world. This temple was built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II, first as a Hindu temple, which has since been converted to Buddhist.
On the road from Smithers, British Columbia to Jasper National Park, Alberta, where the Kellenbergers encounter a mad elk…
Day 2 of our travel journal in Smithers, British Columbia had us scaling heights at local attraction, Twin Falls. We ended the day catching up with some of my nearest and dearest lady friends.
Travel blog update of our road trip to Smithers, BC.