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Rovertreks — A Photographic Review of our Travels in 2017

Traveler relaxing on Half Moon Cay, The Bahamas
Our Year of Americas Travel When you travel the world 300 days a year as we do, it can be revealing to look back and take stock of all you have seen and done. As we look back to 2017, we’re a bit surprised with what we discover from our review. This past year has been a whirlwind for us. Usually,...

Diverse peoples, harmony, are bound to the spirit of Buddha in clouds at the Thai-Myanmar border town of Nor Lae Thailand

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When you are a roving traveler, you quickly learn to embrace the thrill of what may be over the next hill, to enjoy those not-well-known places presenting events you could not foresee. That's what happened to us back in the summer of 2014 as we were driving through Northern Thailand. Thailand is iconic and presents stunning imagery nationwide. But it...

Roving in Uruguay: Top Tips to See the Country by Car – Part IV

Car Cam Shot of Periapolis
In this post, we pick up where we left off in Part III our top tips for a quick look-see of Uruguay. This time we’ll focus on driving tactics in the country. Driving in Uruguay can be easy and pleasant. But there’s the official rules of the road and then, there’s the behaviors drivers display every day that deviate from...

Haw River Infuses History, Renews Souls

Haw River Infuses History, Renews Souls
From Travel World International Magazine Winter Edition 2017 Kayaking and History on the Historic Haw River, Alamance County, North Carolina When you set out to kayak the historic Haw River on an excursion set up for you by someone else, it’s hard to suppress speculative thoughts about your blind date and wonder how it will all turn out. This was on our...

Roving in Uruguay: Top Tips to See the Country by Car – Part III

Independence Plaza, Montevideo
In this post, we pick up where we left off in Part II of our series citing our top tips for a quick look-see of Uruguay. As always, let us know what you think by posting your comments or questions here or on our Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram or Twitter pages. You’ll also find a comments block at the end...

Roving in Uruguay: Top Tips to See the Country by Car – Part II

The delights you encounter as a Rover. This "Dipsy-Doodle" bridge connects an area near Punta del Este with the small town of La Barra, Uruguay
In this post, we pick up where we left off in Part I citing our top tips for a quick look-see of Uruguay. As always, let us know what you think by posting any comments or questions here on our Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram or Twitter pages. You’ll also find a comments block at the end of this post. Part II...

Roving in Uruguay: Top Tips to see the Country by Car – Part I

Night time shot of the iconic city sign at Montevideo
Uruguay. It’s a small, somewhat off the-beaten path, Atlantic coast country in the southernmost third of South America. Snuggled next to neighbors Brazil and Argentina to the north and west, this country is about the size of the U.S. State of Missouri with a population of 3.5 million, with one half of the entire population living in the capital...

Three great spots for bird watching along the Georgia coast

The Sunbury Sound at High Tide
Coastal Georgia Awaits Birdwatchers Georgia. The mere utterance of the name invokes images of the Deep South and Savannah, with its antebellum homes, wrought iron gates, cobblestone streets, Spanish moss and lush green scenery. However, there’s more — much more. If you’re like many of us, chances are you’ve traversed the 110-some odd miles of I-95 spanning the South Carolina and...

Get lots of smiles and new friends on a motorbike in Asia

Family on a bike, Phnom Phen, Cambodia
Ride a motorbike and make new friends in Asia Well, this is what my life has come down to as of late 2014. After years of riding luxury BMW motorcycles in the ‘States, I’m now lumbering around on 125cc motorbikes in Asia. I’m trying to wrap my brain around what my body is doing. Renting an 1100cc BMW over here costs...

Review: Hugh’s! Rotterdam, Holland

Gin & Tonic with Dutch Sweetwood, Hugh's, Rotterdam, Holland
When you travel the world for 300+ days a year outside your home country, you wonder about that next delightful travelers surprise that might be just around the corner. Will it be unusual or otherwise pique your interest? This thinking always invokes the thought “can we be surprised anymore?” We’ve been so many places, seen so many different cultures, and...

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