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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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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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Chocolate and Mountain biking at its best in the Lake Geneva Region of Switzerland

Chocolate and Mountain biking at its best in the Lake Geneva Region of Switzerland

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Hiking to Heaven: A Hut Trip Above Aspen and Vail

Hiking to Heaven: A Hut Trip Above Aspen and Vail

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When you have worn out your shoes, the strength of the shoe leather has passed into the fiber of your body. –Emerson Utterly unlike camping and walking in the woods, your first backcountry hike and hut experience is an initiation into the soul of the high mountains. There’s the thrilling sensation of your heart pounding […]

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Training for Kilimanjaro

Training for Kilimanjaro

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Our friends at Thomson Safaris interview Marcus Shapiro, the founder and CEO of Fit For Trips Q: What are some of the concerns your clients have before climbing Kilimanjaro? A: I commonly get asked about altitude. Although altitude issues can affect anyone, being properly fit can help Kili climbers deal with many of the discomforts […]

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Kilimanjaro Adventure: Why Climb the Mountain?

Kilimanjaro Adventure: Why Climb the Mountain?

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From our friends at Thomson Safaris Guest blogger  Helga Ausman on climbing one of the world’s great peaks–at 78. Five years ago when I was climbing Mt.Shasta (14,162 ft) I found myself surrounded by experienced mountaineers who had climbed just about every mountain in the US and abroad. As a total greenhorn who had never […]

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Remembering Valentines & Romance in Kathmandu

Remembering Valentines & Romance in Kathmandu

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“Do what you love and love will follow,” my mother told me. So I took off alone around the world to walk, hike, climb, cycle and kayak my way through six continents and more than 70 countries around the world.   Along the way I never celebrated Valentine’s Day. I was sitting on a low sofa […]

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The Insanity of Learning to Surf at my Age – On the North Shore of Oahu

The Insanity of Learning to Surf at my Age – On the North Shore of Oahu

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I can remember exactly the first time I felt I had to surf….against all expectations, as I am uncomfortable in the ocean when my feet don’t touch a sandy bottom. Surf movies were projected onto the walls of the hip restaurant where we celebrated my daughter’s birthday.  Watching surf movies is like seeing poetry come […]

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National Geographic Radio: Hear the inside story about Rapa Nui – Easter Island

National Geographic Radio: Hear the inside story about Rapa Nui – Easter Island

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My interview with Boyd Matson, National Geographic Radio, XM Radio, NPR  is streamed on the National Geographic Website and is available on itunes. The question I’m asked the most is: Where is Easter Island? In the middle of nowhere, no really, it’s roughly equal distance from Tahiti and Peru and Chile, at 29′ South latitude. […]

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Shorter Flights from Peru to Easter Island

Shorter Flights from Peru to Easter Island

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How remote is it? Close enough for a several day “add-on” to a trip to Peru Easter Island, known as Rapa Nui (pronounced Rapa New-ee) is known as one of the most remote inhabited island in the world, and a five-star world heritage site. New direct LAN flights from Peru just made the trip easier […]

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