The building was built in the late 1700’s and served many functions, including as a public meeting place and a jail…Read More
This park is in the heart of downtown Charleston, in Charleston’s Historic District…Read More
David Moore’s publisher sent me a copy of his book and I so enjoyed reading his travel memoir. The book details his and his wife’s travels around various portions of the world. They traveled between South America, the Pacific Islands, and Asia.
I was hooked early on, especially when he described their visit to Easter Island. I have been obsessed with Easter Island and the Maoi ever since watching a documentary about how the Maoi were walked to their resting place. It was interesting to read that David visited their resting site with the individual who figured out how the Maoi walked.
The book continues on describing the brightly covered houses in Ecuador, as well as the Amazon rainforest; their exploration of the Galápagos Islands, and observation of the marine/land animals; and exploring Machu Picchu and the Amazon Jungle in Peru. The book then describes their travels cruising around Fiji, complete with snorkeling; exploring Great Barrier Reef, Sunshine Coast, Sydney, and Melbourne in Australia; and eating great food in Kuala Lumpur. The book concludes David’s memoir with re-living their adventure riding elephants in Thailand; visiting the temples in Cambodia; walking the Great Wall of China; and visiting a monastery and Mount Fuji in Japan.
This book, complete with snapshot photos, was more of a memoir about David’s travels but can provide excellent travel ideas for those looking for travel location inspiration. To learn more about David and his travels, visit his website or social media accounts here: http://www.davidcmoore-author.com/ or https://twitter.com/dcmooreauthor; and make sure to contact me to create your luxury travel experience.
This area of Charleston is famous for residential antebellum architecture…Read More
It has been crazy trying to get all my recent travels written up and scheduled. But I finally caught up on writing posts and scheduling them. So I wanted to take a minute to express my gratitude for my friend Linda mentioning me on her blog, as a blog she loves to read. Despite my hectic schedule I love keeping up on Linda’s blog; I hope if you are looking for tips to keep your luxury travel vacation under budget that you will check out her blog. Thanks again Linda!
One of my favorite things about Charleston is all the different architectural styles…Read More
These homes are one of the most photographed points of interest in Charleston…Read More
Waterfront Park, home to the famous Pineapple Fountain, contains several palm trees along the water; there are also oak trees that provide shade for benches, which visitors enjoy sitting on…Read More
I loved seeing the architectural style of the exterior and interior. It is a very gorgeous home…Read More
I enjoyed hearing about Charleston’s history on multiple carriage rides…Read More
At 9:30 PM we departed the book store on a ghost tour, lead by Mr. Neale. He recounted hauntings from the book The Ghosts of Charleston…Read More
I would highly recommend Christiana as a host…Read More
I went on a sunset sail on a Schooner Pride sailboat…Read More
Upon arrival to Fort Sumter, I watched the flag be lowered and walked around the Fort. I was able to read information and talk to the guards to learn more about the Fort’s history…Read More
The first attraction I enjoyed on my trip to Charleston was the harbor cruise provided by SpiritLine…Read More
There are so many fun attractions for the public to enjoy during the summer, making Olympic Park a fun place to visit…Read More
Park City has so much to see. If you visit don’t forget to duck away to enjoy nature sites…Read More
Swiss Days is a festive celebration held in Midway, Utah around Labor Day weekend. Today tens of thousands of visitors come to the festival…Read More
Main Street in Park City is such a fun place to go and hang out. There is so much to do and see there…Read More