Top 7 Travel Songs: My Soundtrack Of Movement


What is music if not the stories of our human existence? We all find connection to music in different ways. Rhythm and sound reflect culture and history. Stories are passed down through generations and over eons of time. Music can be a defiant, revolutionary act as in the improvised and forbidden rhythms made by slaves … Continue reading Top 7 Travel Songs: My Soundtrack Of Movement

Goodbye To The Man Who Taught Me How To Travel


Image Credit: Miller Mobley, The Hollywood Reporter I have never been one to mourn celebrity deaths. I feel sadness for the families and friends that will now be grieving their loved ones, just as I do for anyone who passes away. But it has always felt strange to mourn for someone I have never met … Continue reading Goodbye To The Man Who Taught Me How To Travel

5 Ways To Truly Connect With Morocco


We have recently returned from an amazing trip to Morocco! We went there with the desire to learn, to see, and to connect with people and landscape. We were definitely able to do all those things and so much more. It is an exciting time at Travel Life adventures and we can’t wait to share … Continue reading 5 Ways To Truly Connect With Morocco

Patagonia: A Place Where Wild Still Lives


True wilderness is becoming more and more scarce in our world with so few places left that can be called truly wild. When we speak of wild places what comes to mind is untouched land, pristine natural features, remote corners where few have traveled, and amazing indigenous people who call the place home. Patagonia, located … Continue reading Patagonia: A Place Where Wild Still Lives

One New Place Per Year: Why Exploration Is The Best Teacher


His Holiness the Dalai Lama once said that everyone, once per year, should go somewhere they have never been before. Many of us have read or heard of this quote, but it is a principle that I personally believe in and is at the heart of what we do at Travel Life Adventures. This year … Continue reading One New Place Per Year: Why Exploration Is The Best Teacher