Good Fun-d's mission is to provide education and support for the intersection of the world's cultures and ecologies and to explore the impacts these two elements have on one another. To fulfill this mission, Good Fun-d will develop written educational materials about how ecology and geography influence cultural development, ideals, and way of life. Good Fun-d will sponsor and deliver lectures, seminars, and workshops. Good Fun-d will engage in global initiatives to various regions of the world to gather information, research, and study the intersections of culture and environment. Good Fun-d will start and sponsor programs in various regions of the world where there are unique intersections of culture and the environment.
Author, Photographer, Athlete
Jan Reynolds holds several climbing and skiing records and she was the only woman on all her record-breaking expeditions. Her most recent book, High Altitude Woman, chronicles these adventures, but also examines differences in the way men and women think, speak, and behave - a subject Jan has researched for years. Jan's other book for adults is Mother And Child which concerns how children are raised in indigenous societies around the world. Her award-winning series of children's books, Vanishing Cultures, chronicles her experiences living with an indigenous tribe on every continent. Jan has freelanced for many magazines and newspapers including Outside, National Geographic, and The New York Times.
2017 Chevrolet Colorado
Survive any rugged situation, from earthquakes to zombie takeovers with the all inclusive survival pack and a 2017 Chevy Colorado truck.
I was born in this wonderful city. I love my culture and enjoy sharing it with others. For ten years, I've been the Art Director for México Desconocido, the most important domestic tourism magazine. From then on, I became a certified Tour Guide. It'd be a pleasure to show you some of Mexico's most beautiful and important sites. Come enjoy Mexico City!
Charlie Duke is a pioneering astronaut, retired Air Force brigadier general, and member of the Apollo 16 mission to the moon. After serving in the Air Force and graduating from MIT in 1964, Charlie was selected to NASA’s prestigious fifth group of astronauts. In 1972, Charlie Duke went to the moon. He served as Lunar Module Pilot on Apollo 16, spending 71 hours (just under three days) on the lunar surface. Charlie currently serves as the chairman of the board of directors of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting young American scholars in science, technology, and engineering.
Charm City Helicopters
Helicopter Tour Agency
Charm City Helicopters provides stunning bird’s-eye views of Baltimore aboard some of the best aircraft in the business. As the city’s only waterfront helicopter tour company, CCH introduces locals and tourists alike to incredible views of Inner Harbor, Fort McHenry (the inspiration for “The Star Spangled Banner”), and more of Baltimore’s famous sights.
The Goodyear Blimp is part of a fleet of airships operated by the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, used mainly for advertising and capturing aerial views of live sporting events for television. The Blimp has become an icon in the air at sporting and entertainment events throughout the country.
In the summer of 1992 I found myself riding in a redilla truck on top of a hill of rafts, oars and life vests after having made the descent of the FiloBobos River in Veracruz. With me was Alfonso de la Parra, who had just arrived from the summit of Everest becoming the third Mexican to do so. There, on that journey over a winding terrain that would take us to the town of Tlapacoyan, Veracruz, was where we talked for hours and the idea of making the first and most prestigious travel and adventure travel company in Mexico that we would call Rio y Montaña was born.
In our minds, we would never settle for less, we went for the big one. Nothing of Business plan, nothing of financial runs, only the dream of traveling and discovering the most remote and beautiful places of Mexico, and sharing them with the people who had the desire and the openness to accompany us.
We made expeditions to many corners of the world taking with us guests to whom those trips changed their lives, just as they changed it to us. And this is how this dream that became HOTELES RODAVENTO was born, and that took us from being explorers, cooks, waiters, adventure guides, entertainers, to being hotel entrepreneurs with a philosophy that has not changed and has distinguished us from others.
Unfortunately, my partner and friend Alfonso lost his life in a mountaineering accident in North India, but the philosophy we form together is as alive today as it was at the beginning. I have always said that we ended up being hoteliers but we started the other way around. We have always been specialists in developing innovative activities for our clients, but we needed rooms. We set ourselves the task of designing them so that they were also an experience for themselves.
It is for this reason that EXPERIENCE is what counts in our hotels. We do not sell rooms, we sell experiences, as we did twenty years ago camping next to a river, but now with another level of comfort, sophistication and quality. Welcome to the world of RODAVENTO HOTELS.
Hut Pointe Inn
It’s all about easy, eco-friendly living at Hut Pointe Inn. Located on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas, this historic inn welcomes visitors to warm ocean breezes, turquoise blue waters, and air-conditioned suites. First built in 1944 for the first premier of the Bahamas Sir Roland Symonette, Hut Pointe embodies the best of laid-back island lifestyle with rocking chairs on the wrap-around porch, lush vegetation to explore, and miles of the Bahamas’ famously soft sand to sink your feet into. The inn recently underwent renovations to incorporate more environmentally responsible measures, including solar heating, rainwater harvesting, and an on-site organic garden.
Automobile Restoration Expert
For Napa Valley Restoration owner Joel Horne, building things the right way has been a lifelong passion. What started as an interest in building blocks and model cars in youth soon transitioned to real cars and aircraft as an adult — Horne even served in the U.S. Navy as the Aviation Machinist Mate on the USS Kitty Hawk during the 1980s. A full-time auto technician for the past 25 years, Horne now pours his passion and expertise into lovingly restoring classic cars for his grateful Napa Valley customers.
Photographer / Producer
Jorge Cervera Hauser is a Discovery Channel Ambassador and content adviser for Animal Planet. He's the photographer and producer of the documentary "México Pelágico" (Pelagic Mexico). Jorge has worked with National Geographic, Wired, and Discovery Channel. He has also offered lectures and has been a member of the Board of Directors of Pelagic Life
Human Development Center
Human development institution aiming at improving skills and competencies of companies, sports teams, and task forces through an innovative method consisting of workshops and life coaching sessions with horses.
Manuel Abreu Hayes
Ferrari's Adventure X Pilot and Instructor
Manuel began his automotive career in 1999 by winning different Go Kart Mania championships and in 2003 he started working as an instructor for track driving pilots, for members of the Porsche Club in Mexico at the Hermanos Rodríguez Racetrack. Among some of his achievements: he was the 1st driver of the Mosco Racing team in the Copa Ficrea championship in the TC2000 category, representing prestigious brands, he was an active pilot in the TC2000 Mothers Cup category and competed against international riders like Ricardo Pérez de Lara and Luis "Chapulín" Díaz and winner of the annual "Speed Friends Radio" race against international pilots such as Jorge Herrera and some of Nascar Mexico. He is also a certified pilot of the Japanese brand Nissan and DTT instructor and was the winner of the inaugural date of the "Copa 1.8" championship in the Notiauto Cup series. P>
Motor Racing Driver
Mario Dominguez is one of Mexico’s most renowned motorsport drivers, who began his career driving go-karts in 1987. He went on to win three karting titles and represented Mexico in the World Karting Championships on three different occasions: Spain (1989), Italy (1990), and France (1991). He then graduated to Formula 3000 racing, coming in third in the Formula 3000 Mexico both in 1997 and 1998. He excelled in the Champ Car class, where he earned two wins and 11 podiums in 86 appearances. He came in fifth in 2004, sixth in 2003 and ninth in 2005 and 2006. For the IndyCar Series, he placed third in seven races. Currently, he is competing in the NASCAR Mexico Series.
Muluc is a company dedicated to creating culinary experiences within Mexican nature reserves. You'll be able to choose natural fresh products along with them on their culinary adventures. Xochimilco, Las Coloradas and Manzanillo are among the most visited locations.
Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems
Aerospace & Defense Company
Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems designs, builds and delivers space, defense and aviation-related systems to customers around the world. Formerly known as ATK Orbital, the company’s signature products include launch vehicles and related propulsion systems; missile products, subsystems and defense electronics; precision weapons, armament systems and ammunition; satellites and associated space components and services; and advanced aerospace structures.