I’ve travelled much of the world (more to come!), slept in caves, tents, and evergreen shelters and stayed in the homes of Berber, Masai, & Maya, lived in Mexico, Belize, & Guatemala, plunged into the Caribbean as a dive master, and conducted weekly photo-travelogues (The Barrier Reef, The Modern Maya, & Maya Archaeological sites). I studied psychology, genetics, & anthropology (University of Waterloo) and accumulated nearly 6000 hours flight time as an airline pilot.
In 1993, I became addicted to Slow Travel. I’ve done multi-day camel safaris in Tanzania, Morocco, & India; earned my Dog Mushers Certificate in the Yukon; trekked the Inca Trail (4 days/42km), Navarre-Rioja region of Spain (10-days/165km), Guatemalan jungle to the Maya site of El Mirador (6-days/128km), hiked in Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park, summitted Kilimanjaro, tallest freestanding mountain in the world; and recently crossed Baffin Island's Auyuittuq National Park (100km).