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Panama – One of the world’s most wildlife-rich countries.

Panama – One of the world’s most wildlife-rich countries.

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  Panamá, which is a true land bridge between North and South America, is home to more than 10,000 species of plants, 1,500 species of trees and nearly 1,000 species of birds. When searching for the right land trip or cruise, look for one that differentiates itself by focusing on under explored regions, with  visits […]

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Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

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  We find ourselves laughing more than we have laughed in years. We experience a camaraderie that’s sometimes missing from their daily lives. We  talk, eat or drink too much and  return to our  their day-to-day lives with more strength, self-confidence and self-worth. I’ve written two books on this subject and through my own experiences […]

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Best Tropical Islands

Best Tropical Islands

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Go off the the grid, feast on fresh-caught seafood and sink your toes into soft sand at my picks of the best island escapes, including  the Caribbean, Hawaii, Bali, Easter Island, and Fiji. Bali  Bali is my idea of heaven. On my fourth trip to Bali I was introduced to the Amanresorts’ award-winning, secluded properties. […]

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Meeting the locals at an Indian Village in Panama

Meeting the locals at an Indian Village in Panama

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In the far northwestern corner of Panama, tucked up next to the border with Costa Rica, the relatively undiscovered Bocas del Toro islands not only have both beautiful beaches and captivating marine animals, but this archipelago also contains intact indigenous Indian culture. In some locations, respectful visitors can be welcomed in an Ngobe Indian village. […]

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Finding Latin America’s Sea Turtles

Finding Latin America’s Sea Turtles

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I had heard Panama had great bird-watching, eco-lodges and indigenous cultures, but until recently, I had never heard of the country’s Bocas del Toro islands – or that this archipelago excelled in bird-watching, eco-lodges and indigenous peoples’ culture. With nine main islands, several large bays and a national marine park, this area in the northwestern […]

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Machu Picchu’s siren call- to stand at the top of the world

Machu Picchu’s siren call- to stand at the top of the world

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It was a feeling that I yearned for. To stand on top of a mountain in the cool silence of dawn. Cliché? Perhaps. But nevertheless, I was certain that there were few moments in life more satisfying than that stillness.                                             And at last, after years of fantasizing, there I sat in an unassuming patch of […]

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Diving the Reefs of Roatan, Honduras

Diving the Reefs of Roatan, Honduras

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Do you dream of tropical vacations? I’m talking about imagining yourself on a relaxing island with powder-soft white sand beaches amid coconut palms swaying in the breezy sea air. You sip an icy tropical drink while swinging in a hammock on the porch of your cozy bungalow, stilt-mounted over a lagoon of brilliantly transparent, tinted […]

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Seven Ways to Chart the Perfect Chilean Adventure: Part 2

Seven Ways to Chart the Perfect Chilean Adventure: Part 2

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Our Chilean adventure continues… 5. Gallop across the Patagonia Steppe Billowing, untamed clouds race across the sky as you gallop amid waves of grass in a savannah of hills and verdant vales dotted with yellow wildflowers. No visit to an estancia is complete without saddling-up at the stables and chatting with the wranglers. A lambs-wool […]

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Seven Ways to Chart the Perfect Chilean Adventure: Part 1

Seven Ways to Chart the Perfect Chilean Adventure: Part 1

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  1. Stroll through Santiago  For help on your planning my friends at http://www.santiagoadventures.com/ Santiago shimmers with so much green and reflected light from leafy parks and glass skyscrapers you need your sunglasses just to walk down the street. This city has the power to disorient you on every street corner; from the sky-scraper […]

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Where Is the Riviera Maya–and Why Go?

Where Is the Riviera Maya–and Why Go?

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For pure alabaster white sand, turquoise-blue water, and a seamless vacation of R&R, you should know about the Riviera Maya; a strip of coastline stretching south from  Cancun, on the Gulf Coast of Mexico, to the Mayan ruins of Tulum.  And, due to the large number of all-inclusive hotels, there are fabulous deals for serious […]

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