Post cards that will literally take us around the world. [video]

If you’ve been around Captain and Clark for a while, you know all about the Maverick Expedition.  It’s an adventure that we’ve spent years planning.  We thought it was time that we gave everyone a little update as to what’s happening and where we’re planning on going from here.  It was also time to make a new sizzle reel. Let’s […]

Help make our dreams come true…

As explorers, we come from a long and glorious tradition of discovery, trail blazing, and … asking for money.  Even Columbus needed some support from the royals! Well, our time has come.  As most of you know, we recently completed the first part of The Maverick Expedition- the epic journey that will soon take us around the world.  It was […]

Beaches to explore while on San Cristobal, Galapagos.

Puerto Chino Puerto Chino is by far one of the best beaches on the island of San Cristobal and is best reached by taxi.  It will cost about $30 USD round trip from the main town of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.  If you’re ever looking for things do to on San Cristobal, make sure you check out this pristine beach.  Sea […]

Setting Sail on the Galapagos Odyssey.

After deciding to complete a life long dream and head to the Galapagos, you’ll be faced with a few major choices.  The biggest one being- do you a.) see the islands for yourself and island hop by ferry- or do you b.) take a cruise around the unique and mysterious isles? There are so many pros and cons to seeing […]

The Wonders of the Galapagos

It’s no secret that the Galapagos islands house some of the most awe inspiring creatures in the world.  If you don’t know what the word “endemic” means before you head to the islands, it will definitely be etched into your vocabulary when you leave.  Endemic animals and plants are those that can only be found in certain areas or regions. […]

Post Office Bay, Galapagos- A Dream to Reality.

  The Story of the Maverick Expedition from Chris Staudinger on Vimeo.  I remember the moment clearly.  It was dark outside and our table was lit with a few flickering candles.  Our leftover pad thai and tom kha gai were resting disheveled on our plates.  He had a bewildered, yet focused look on his face as he leaned close, like […]

A look at San Cristobal Island, Galapagos

San Cristobal island is probably best known as the island that holds the capital of the Galapagos, Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.  It has a population of about 6,000 and is home to various species of interesting wildlife. While it´s not a popular island among tourists, it has a certain charm of it´s own.  The locals are extremely friendly and everything you […]

Life Long Dream – Embarking Today

I´ve been standing on the beach fastening buoyant sticks together, in an attempt to make a raft. I figured that if I could find enough cloth might even be able to fashion a sail, or perhaps harness some sea turtles for propulsion. It was while I was making a rather admirable looking craft that the winds of fortune changed. Now […]

Finding Our Way to the Post Barrel

Finding our way to Floreana, and Post Office Bay, is proving to be a delicate issue of time. For whatever reason (we have yet to determine one) the Post Barrel is the most difficult part of the Galapagos to access. Our island of San Cristobal happens to be one of the easiest to traverse. You do not even need a […]