Sometimes there are no easy answers to complex problems. Dolphin swims on the Big Island have been around for several decades as a recreational activity. As visitors to the island we, like many others, enjoyed amazing experiences on dolphin swims with Dolphin Journeys’ Captain Nancy Sweatt. She always provided a high quality and very ethicalContinue reading “Dolphin Swims on the Big Island”
One of our favorite quotes comes from one of our favorite people, Dr. Jane Goodall, who said: Everything you do makes a difference. Only you can decide what kind of difference you want to make. We were impressed when we first met artist Calley O’Neill because one of the first things she saidContinue reading “Everything We Do Matters!”
Due to not meeting the minimum travelers needed to tour Rwanda in October, we have cancelled the trip as of March 21, 2016. If you have a group of six or more interested in a tour of Rwanda with us as your interpretive guides, let us know and we can plan for your specific group.
I recently visited a major natural history museum in a U.S. city and again wondered at the tradition of displaying dead animals as so-called “live mounts.” I say “so-called” because the animals do not look alive. They just look dead, and are often displayed in unnatural poses or scenes. I will not judge the wisdomContinue reading “Six Good Reasons to Stop Displaying Taxidermy Animals”
A very long time ago Bion of Borysthenes, (325-250 B.C.) wrote, Though boys throw stones at frogs in sport, yet the frogs do not die in sport but in earnest. This Greek slave, later a freedman turned philosopher, shared several ideas that get interpreted lots of ways and still resonate today. The boysContinue reading “Though Boys Throw Stones at Frogs in Sport”