Archive for November, 2011

Bali and Beyond . . . Trance Dance!

Bali and Beyond . . . Trance Dance!

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Watch this to the end to see what the men do when they’re in a trance. I got a chance to see this rare Javanese dance performed in rural villages and accompanied by gamelan music. Dancers are calling the spirits to possess them.  When a dancer is possessed, he no longer performs regular dancing, but […]

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Near Alice Springs – Australia’s Walk on the Wild Side

Near Alice Springs – Australia’s Walk on the Wild Side

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Do you like walking?   King’s Canyon’s remote location, mid-way between Alice Springs and Uluru in Australia’s Red Centre, means it is still a hidden gem, visited mainly by nature lovers who aren’t afraid to get off the beaten track and rough it a little. Better yet these days you don’t even need to rough it […]

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9 Tips on How To Shop Securely

9 Tips on How To Shop Securely

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Contributed by: Andrea Woroch Americans are in love with both shopping and mobile devices, so naturally technology has helped us combine the two. According to a study by IBM Coremetrics, about 15 percent of American consumers who log into e-retail websites this month will do so using a smartphone, iPad, or other mobile device. But […]

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A Sultan’s Palace in Java and a puppet artist.

A Sultan’s Palace in Java and a puppet artist.

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Regal school girls practice English with the Gutsy Traveler. School girls, market, artist making shadow puppets. Shopping, handicrafts, etc.

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Chef’s Holidays at Yosemite

Chef’s Holidays at Yosemite

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Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul – John Muir Hike through Yosemite Valley surrounded by waterfalls, or cross-country ski along the Merced River beneath granite walls, then return to the giant fireplaces and soaring ceilings at […]

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African Safari – The Great Rift Valley

African Safari – The Great Rift Valley

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The noise was wild and untamed — the primeval voice of Africa herself. The full-chested roars of two male lions echoed across the plain, striking terror into their prey and pumping adrenaline into our veins. Nine-year old Annalyse slipped her tiny hand into mine and squeezed it. I squeezed back with a sweaty palm. Naturally […]

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Fiji Islands as the most romantic holiday.

Fiji Islands as the most romantic holiday.

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“There are fewer and fewer places left on our planet as beautiful as Fiji” – Jean-Michel Cousteau   Reveling in Barefoot Luxury: GRAB YOUR MASK, FINS AND SUNBLOCK AND PLACE YOUR BETS ON WHO SEES THE FIRST MANTA RAY. Over the years, the world’s best reefs have beckoned to me like a siren’s song. When […]

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Croatia from the Deck of a Sailboat – Cruise the Adriatic Islands off Croatia

Croatia from the Deck of a Sailboat – Cruise the Adriatic Islands off Croatia

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Crystal clear seas and more than 1,000 islands make Croatia one of the world’s best cruising destinations. The water is clean and unspoiled; nature reigns supreme. Last summer my husband and I chartered a 42-foot Jenneau sloop for a sailing holiday among these idyllic islands. Our two teenage daughters accompanied us – spending most of […]

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Alaska from sea, air and land

Alaska from sea, air and land

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Alaskan Cruise and Wilderness Lodge Adventure By: Carly Redgers – Adventure Blogger I’ve been fortunate enough in my life to travel the globe. My feet have walked across the desert land of the Middle East, the sandy beaches of the South Pacific and the historical landmarks of Europe. However, out of all my experiences, none […]

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