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Sea Lion in the Galapagos

A first visit to Ecuador and the Galapagos

June 2, 2020: The Galapagos has been on my bucket list since I was a kid! I know it is for many people who like to travel and who love wildlife and nature. Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom was one of my favorite shows as a kid and I still remember Marlin Perkins, the show...
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Rocky Mountains of Colorado family adventure tour

My Colorado: The Real Aspen & Snowmass – The Roaring Fork Valley

May 1, 2020: Aspen, Colorado Many of you have probably never heard of the Roaring Fork Valley. To be honest, neither had I, until I moved here 12 years ago. I can remember the exact moment I arrived to the valley. I’d been living in Denver and had been to many of the nearby ski...
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Perfect blue skies and sparkling sea, equals the best backdrop in Puglia!

Self Guided Travel Will Lead Travel Return Post Covid-19

April 23, 2020:  SELF GUIDED IS THE SOLUTION! Today we received a bit of good news and confirmation, in an e-newsletter from our industry peers at the Travel & Adventure Show group. This indicated that self guided travel will be the most sought after type of travel when people return to travel in the post...
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Walker along Killary Fjord

Walking vs. Hiking: Setting out on Foot in the UK

If you’re a bit of an Anglophile, you’re probably prepared for the most common UK terms that cause confusion to the North American speaker – across the pond chips are crisps, an aubergine is an eggplant, and pants are underwear. Many of the differences are small, charming, and create a real sense of place for...
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6 Ways To Avoid Adventure Travel Injury

For many of us, Travel isn’t travel without injecting a little adventure in there as well. Pushing your body and mind to it’s limits, while taking in new surroundings and cultures really is the ultimate experience. Of course to enjoy these adventures, and keep coming back for more, you have to try and keep personal...
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5 Reasons To Buy Less & Experience More In 2016

With the holidays behind us, and the new year upon us, thoughts go to new year’s resolutions and finding ways to live better, healthier, and happier. How do you see yourself accomplishing your goals in 2016? For you, does living better mean acquiring the latest tech, appliance, or maybe a home reno? Maybe being happier...
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7 safety tips for summer hiking in the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is like no other place on earth. Absolutely epic in every way, from the number of visitors (nearly 5 million a year) to it’s ancient geological history (2 billion years worth)  Arizona’s Grand Canyon is a dream hiking destination. “It’s easy to think of the canyon as a hole in the ground, but...
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4 Death Valley Dos and Don’ts for Cyclists

Visiting Death Valley is a bucket list item for many mountain bikers and travelers. No where else on earth will you find the unique geological features and breathtaking features found in our country’s largest National Park. But to really experience Death Valley, you need to get off the highway and typical tourist tracks and explore...
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