- United States,
- Latin America,
- Adventure Travel,
- sustainable travel
I live to celebrate, experience new things (fermented yaks’ milk upcoming), gain new skills (pottery) and, of course, travel! My purpose is to help people feel alive, free and included.
Denver International Airport.
My travel style
When I first started traveling, I focused on seeing every single thing a place had to offer. I’ve grown to understand that experiencing a place is much more intimate than ticking sites off a list. When traveling, it's non-negotiable that my dollars impact local livelihood, rather than a shareholder’s payout. I travel to inspire and connect my network to people, places and stories that remind me that when it comes down to it, we’re much more similar than the world would have us believe. If there were no limitation on money or time, I would spend my life road tripping across the whole, expansive world, stopping where I want, for however long suited me. I’d be shown around by a community of friends or folks in a shared network who were proud to show off their home to a visitor. I would learn many new skills and try many new things – like photography or reindeer herding!
Palmaïa, The House of AïA
Stunning new all-inclusive on Riviera Maya, with plant-based cuisine, a Waldorf kids’ club, wellness programs and a gorgeous beach.
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Daily full breakfast for up to two guests per bedroom, served in the restaurant
$100 USD equivalent Resort or Hotel credit to be utilized during stay
Ylang Ylang Beach Resort
Recently returned from:
Chasing jaw dropping sunrises and sunsets across El Salvador.
Shamanic cleansing and Mayan fire ceremonies Mexico.
Trying not to cosplay Emily in Paris while gallivanting around Paris.
Reindeer herding in Mongolia.
Hiking and mountain biking Bryce National Park.
Día de los Muertos in Oaxaca.
Road tripping between idyllic beach towns and delightful wineries in Uruguay.
One thing I can't travel without...
Travel cubes – I can pack more, and that my cleans and dirties don't mix.
Two truths, one lie:
I’m double jointed in my elbows and knees.
I’ve traveled to all 50 states.
I’m related to Tarzan.
Get in touch with Molly
Reach out to customize and book your own experience. Or, just to chat about travel in general.