Cape Ternay, Mahe Island, Seychelles

Guest Post: GVI Marine Expedition – Mahe Island, Seychelles

Guest post by Hunter Stanley describing a day in life at the Global Vision International’s (GVI) Cap Ternay base camp located on Mahe Island, Seychelles, where he and I spend memorable four … Continue Reading →

Copland Track - Tree Face

New Zealand – Tramping the Copland Track

One of the reasons I do not carry a big heavy guide book with me when traveling is because free and better information is available through other sources if you’re … Continue Reading →

Abel Tasman - View From The Trail

New Zealand – Hiking Abel Tasman National Park

Located at the top of the New Zealand’s South Island Abel Tasman National Park is the smallest of New Zealand’s national parks and host to one of New Zealand’s “Great … Continue Reading →

Beveridge Reef - Wreck2

Beveridge Reef – Good Luck Finding It

Beveridge Reef – what is it, where is it, and how do you get there? This is the map Martin received from the Harbor Master in Rarotonga. Beveridge Reef is … Continue Reading →

Beach - Palmerston

Palmerston Island – A Well Kept Secret

On the morning of Friday, August 9, 2013, the Wild One arrived to the outer reef of Palmerston Island located approximately 312 miles (500 km) north-west of Rarotonga, Cook Islands.  … Continue Reading →

NZ Thermal Fern

Exploring New Zealand’s Thermal Valley

Attraction: Kerosene Creek Location: Rorarua, North Island, New Zealand While exploring the thermal valley between Rotorua and Taupo on New Zealand’s North Island, I was trying to find places where … Continue Reading →

Niue Harbor

Niue – A Tiny South Pacific Nation

Niue (new-ay) is one of the smallest nations in the world with population of approximately 1,100 located on 162 sq miles (259 sq km) of land in the South Pacific … Continue Reading →

Skyline - Shanghai

23 Hours In Shanghai

The first lesson on the road came sooner than expected, about 18 hours after departure, in Shanghai, China.  My original flight plan was taking me through China with connection in … Continue Reading →

Wild One Red Sail

First Days At Sea

August 6 to August 9,2013 From Rarotonga, Cook Islands to Palmerston Island, Cook Islands Distance Traveled: 500 km (312 miles) The Wild One left the Rarotonga marina on the evening … Continue Reading →

Sailing Wild One

Quick Update

A quick update on my journey – I left Atlanta, Georgia USA on Friday, August 2 with the destination of Rarotonga, Cook Islands.  I traveled a long way, including 23 … Continue Reading →