Sunrise at Angkor Wat

Geocaching Around the World – Cambodia

Mr. GeoK and Oldest GeoKid rose about 4:30 this morning to head to Angkor Wat for the sunrise photo shoot. To their dismay, there were thousands of people trying to catch the sunrise between the towers. Factor in the haze in the air and the scaffolding in place for some restoration work, their photos did…

Pelican at Rainforest Habitat, Port Douglas, Australia

Geocaching Around the World – Australia

Quick summary of our trip so far: We left Orlando, Florida the morning of February 5, on a Boeing 757 re-fitted for 84 passengers. In addition to 7 expedition staff members, there are 73 paying members of our National Geographic "Around the World" tour. Mr. GeoK has managed to find a geocache in every country…

Geocaching Around the World – Samoa

We endured a long travel day yesterday, arriving at the Aggie Grey Resort, Apia, Samoa well after 22:00, with a 5 hour time change making it seem more like 3 o'clock this morning! Our arrival was delayed by 2 hours when a random inspection during our technical stop in Tahiti identified a problem with the…

Geocaching Around the World – Chile (Rapa Nui)

Tuesday was a long day; our flight out of Cusco was delayed more than 4 hours, on account of heavy cloud cover and rain. Fortunately, we got word of the delay before departing the Hotel Monasterio, so our tour group congregated in the lounge, sipping coca tea and speculating about which country will replace Egypt…

Youngest GeoKid at viewpoint overlooking Machu Picchu

Geocaching Around the World – Peru

The private jet for the “Around the World by Private Jet” tour of 11 countries in 22 days is extremely comfortable. The 757 has been reconfigured to accommodate 88 extra-wide, reclining seats with leg rests. We’ve all been provisioned with noise cancelling headphones for use on the plane, receivers with earpieces for all the tours,…