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 […]

“Imps of Darkness” roaming the Galapagos

Did you know that Jurassic Park is actually located in the Galapagos islands?  Okay, maybe not… but these iguanas sure do look like dinosaurs.  From a distance they look harmless, cute even.  It’s when you’re up close and in their face that you realize just how creepy they are.  Charles Darwin was not impressed.  It actually sounded like he hated […]

Relationship advice from the Galapagos.

Relationship advice taken from the albatross: 1. Mate for life.  Everyone loves a loyal partner. 2. Spend over half the year apart.  Distance makes the heart grow fonder, right? 3. Fighting can often lead to making up (wink wink). Check out the video below to see a little albatross flirting from our time in the Galapagos islands.   Did you […]

Meeting the Jersey Shore in the Galapagos.

Bird watching in the Galapagos is much more amusing than the latest episode of the Jersey Shore.  However, if you can’t choose between the two, you don’t have to.  We happened to stumble upon Vinny, The Situation, Ronnie, and Paulie D while we were hiking around North Seymour island.  Their machismo and aggressive flirting is personified in the abundant frigate […]

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 […]

Drinking coca tea in Quito, Ecuador.

As you may know from previous posts, we’re very passionate about the coca plant and its positive impact on South American countries.  We believe that the eradication of the coca plant is not only unnecessary, but also extremely harmful to the indigenous people that cultivate and harvest the coca leaves.  Tawny has had many opportunities to drink coca tea, sample […]

Volunteering with New Era Galapagos.

Pick your Answer and Choose your Path: A.) Have you ever wanted to volunteer with underprivileged youth? B.) Are you conscious about environmental and conservation issues? C.) Have you thought about teaching English abroad? D.) Do the Galapagos islands intrigue and inspire you? E.) All of the Above If you’ve circled any of the letters above, we would highly recommend […]

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 […]

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 […]