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  • Liz (Wednesday, August 16 17 06:30 am BST)

    Thanks Conrad! Google is my friend and my enemy! I have now corrected the error :)

  • conrad aka cbaarch (Tuesday, August 15 17 11:24 pm BST)

    Hi Liz and Alan
    After I started reading your 2017 Alaska trip and trying to figure out the route and getting overloaded I started plotting it in Google maps and creating a spreadsheet to save daily travel links. So I am up to Day 7 and came across Seaton Recreation area and a mention of it being part of BC Hydro???
    with some digging it looks like the Seaton area in AK is not the same as Seton Recreation area which is in Lillooett BC north of Whistler. Both of which come up when doing a google search. I suspect that you did not drive to Lillooet from Tok (-:

    +when done this exercise I can send you the spreadsheet
    cheers
    conrad

  • Liz (Sunday, April 23 17 10:18 am BST)

    Thanks Traci - it was a great trip for scenery & those amazing pumas! We're off to Alaska & the Yukon next, more mountains and hopefully some bears!

  • Traci Money (Sunday, April 23 17 02:23 am BST)

    Hi Liz & Alan ... as always great report and photos! The pumas were amazing. It's so horrible to get ill at the end of a trip. I've been there. Thank goodness for a good flight attendant! Thank you both!

  • Liz (Wednesday, April 12 17 02:41 pm BST)

    Hi Ning - bearing in mind we have only visited Kenya in March & September & Tanzania in September we are by no means experts on Feb & July. But reading advice elsewhere & it possibly being your only Safari I'd probably go for Kenya in late July. Hope that helps, Liz.

  • Ning (Wednesday, April 12 17 01:07 am BST)

    Dear Liz and Alan,

    I appreciate your time to share your travel experience. it is helpful. I am planning to go to Africa Safari in 2018. I have option to go either Tanzania at Feb or go to Kenya at July time frame. It may be my first and the only Africa Safari. my goal is to see the migration of large herd as much as possible. I saw you went both place before, which do you chose if you were me? Thanks
    Ning

  • Liz (Wednesday, January 04 17 03:30 pm GMT)

    Hi Paul & Karen, great to hear from you. We certainly had our fair share of polar bears didn't we :) Happy New Year to you both and safe & happy travels too!

  • Paul Trickett (Wednesday, January 04 17 02:36 pm GMT)

    Enjoyed reading the review of our trip to Dymond Lake Hope you are both well Happy new year and enjoy your travels in 2017 Paul and Karen

  • Liz (Friday, December 30 16 09:09 am GMT)

    Hi Traci - thanks for your very kind comments, it's always great to get some feedback (even on my hair, lol). Happy New Year to you & your family.

  • Traci Money (Friday, December 30 16 03:53 am GMT)

    Thank you both for continuing to share. I don't think we would ever be able to see the polar bears. Very intolerable to cold - we're Texans! LOL. Great reporting & photos! Love the new shade of hair Liz!

  • Kati (Wednesday, November 23 16 09:17 am GMT)

    Hi Alan,

    Just realised that I could have put the link in with the comments in the first place (I think I had a moment... ;) ).

    Here it is: http://www.queenslandandbeyond.com/2016/11/canada-5-reasons-inside-passage-ferries.html

    I re-read your entire trip report once we came back from Canada! I can't believe you saw so many bears, that's amazing!

  • Alan (Tuesday, November 22 16 03:43 pm GMT)

    Hi Kati - it's great to know that our trip report helped and that you had the trip of a lifetime :).

    Yes, we'd love to read about your trip! All the best Alan.

  • Kati (Tuesday, November 22 16 01:47 pm GMT)

    Hi Alan and Liz,

    Just want to shout out in thanks for your North America Pacific Rim 2014 Trip Report! I first cottoned on to the idea of taking the ferries up the Inside Passage after stumbling upon your blog, thanks guys! You've helped turn our recent Canada trip into a trip of a life time!!!

    Have linked to your blog from my post on travelling the Inside Passage by ferry (can send the link of you're interested :) ).

    Cheers
    Kati

  • Liz (Thursday, November 17 16 03:40 pm GMT)

    Tomi - thank you so much for sharing your experience with us. I would so love to have the confidence to explore the underwater world! I shall keep in mind keep your wife's experience and reconsider whether I can gain the courage to try it myself!

  • Tomescu Marius (Thursday, November 17 16 10:06 am GMT)

    found your website while planning our Yala safari. I'm amazed. Very inspirational for youngsters. Skipping the rest of the introduction, I would like to tell about our experience. I discovered the fascinating underwater world, snorkelling in kho-tao. I was so impressed that i convinced my wife to take the PADI license. My wife was also not happy if she couldn't touch the bottom in a pool. Also she is a bad swimmer. She got her license, and then we went for two weeks diving in different spots in Indonesia. Final conclusion of the trip: she loves the deep blue, and can't stop her from planning diving trips. The idea is that the life you find just under the blue line is so fascinating that it worth giving a try. You will find it as a "milestone" of your wildlife experience.
    Tomi

  • Jon (Monday, August 29 16 07:55 pm BST)

    Hi Alan. Just wanted to say that I've thoroughly enjoyed looking at your wonderful shots and reading up your trip report. Wonderful quality throughout. Thanks for bringing back many happy memories of
    our own trip. Enjoy your future trips and photography. Best wishes Jon.

  • Liz (Saturday, June 04 16 07:51 pm BST)

    Thanks Traci, your recommended diversion resulted in us seeing a beaver so thank you so much!

  • Traci (Saturday, June 04 16 09:47 am BST)

    Great report. Our 10 year drought has ended and flooded out a lot of your plans. But good thing it will bring new life to the area again. Awesome pictures - loved the swamp.

  • Liz (Wednesday, January 20 16 07:34 pm GMT)

    Thanks Traci we really appreciate your feedback :)

  • Traci (Wednesday, January 20 16 07:30 pm GMT)

    I enjoy your trip reports so much. The info mixed in with great pics. You should publish a photo book. I would buy it. Safe travels. Traci from Texas

  • Liz (Monday, September 07 15 03:03 am BST)

    Hi Rob(ert), thanks for the very kind comments about my Cornwall trip. Yes, I am the food porn picture collector, lol.

    This trip we are keeping the posts to a minimum and just updating the map & adding a picture each day. We're going to save creating the trip report for when we get home... Alan's trying to cram
    in as much as he can, you know what he's like, so I'm keeping the work to a minimum!

  • Rob Taylor (Rob T) (Sunday, September 06 15 02:07 am BST)

    Liz, Great Cornwall report and photos, and I've only just realised because Alan didn't go to Cornwall with you is, that you must be the one who gets all that scrumptious food (photos), anyway great
    read and photos of the scenery and your folks.

    Liz & Aland have a great & safe trip, and as normal I look forward to your posts and photos.

    Cheers
    Robert

  • Liz (Monday, November 17 14 02:36 pm GMT)

    Hi Ivan, we had a great trip and very much plan to return to your wonderful country again in the next few years! Thanks for helping make it so great!

  • Robert (Thursday, November 13 14 07:09 pm GMT)

    Hi Liz & Alan,
    Glad to see you made it back safely, thoroughly enjoyed your light hearted reports and great photos, I am looking for to your summation. And Liz I saw resemblance with Alan and the Moai's.

    Cheers
    Rob

  • Ivan Gandara (Sunday, October 26 14 02:23 pm GMT)

    Hi guys, just wanted to wish you all the best with the rest of your trip to Patagonia and Easter Island. I hope you get good wheather and find great landscapes for your photography.
    Have a safe return home.
    Regards, Ivan

  • Alan. (Wednesday, August 06 14 06:39 pm BST)

    Hi Rob T.

    That's fantastic, you'll have a great time.

    Plenty of good advice 'you know where' to help you put it all together.

  • Rob T alias Robert (Wednesday, August 06 14 12:03 pm BST)

    Hi Guys, as you already know, I'm so jealous that you're on the road again, and as you know Alan I love a good road trip. Loved your photos of your last trip, and we loved them so much, we're off to
    Alaska and Canada September 2016.

    Looking forward to your next adventure.

    Cheers
    Rob

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  • Pam Hunthausen (Saturday, November 15 14 12:04 am GMT)

    Thank you Liz and Allen for your incredible Chile posting. I just read the entire thing. And thank you for your excellent Tripadvisor advice! The work, skill and time you put into your posts are
    phenomenal! As a fellow bear enthusiast (we saw and watched for 15 minutes or so, two of them near our cabin this summer grazing on huckleberries!) I totally understand your wildlife fascination!
    Keep up the good work to help us fellow travelers along our way.

  • Liz (Monday, November 17 14 02:32 pm GMT)

    Hi Pam, wish we had wild bears here in the UK! Thanks so much for the lovely comments, it's great to hear you've enjoyed reading trip reports.

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