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Reintroducing Rhino in Serengeti National Park

Reintroducing Rhino in Serengeti National Park

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From our friend Ali Riley at Thomson Safaris With its sturdy build, menacing horn and impenetrable hide, it is hard to imagine that the fate of the rhinoceros – one of the iconic Big Five – hangs in such a delicate balance. Over the past several decades, the rhino population in the Serengeti ecosystem has […]

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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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Migration Update

Migration Update

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From our friends  at Thomson Safaris: Professional photographer Andy Biggs just returned from leading two back-to-back Africa Through the Lens trips in Tanzania. He searched out the large herds of the Great Migration in the southern plains of the Serengeti and was lucky enough to witness four kills. Andy sent us an update on where […]

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In Fiji, Your Own Island, Barefoot Luxury, and Reefs to Roam

In Fiji, Your Own Island, Barefoot Luxury, and Reefs to Roam

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With over 300 islands set in crystal-clear waters,  palm-fringed white sand beaches, lagoons and coral reefs, relaxation is big in Fiji–although there are loads of activities when you’re in the mood: amazing snorkeling, diving, jet skiing, white water rafting, swimming with manta rays or visiting local villages. I traveled to Fiji with my 16-year-old daughter […]

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Big Island Big Adventure

Big Island Big Adventure

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As the jet makes its arching descent across Hilo Bay on the Big Island of Hawai’i, we’re mesmerized by the tropical tableau below – translucent blue water fringed with green rolling hills. The couple across the aisle compares the scenery to Ireland. But when my husband and I step off the plane the floral fragrances […]

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Video: Rapa Nui Traditional Dancers

Video: Rapa Nui Traditional Dancers

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Matato’a Dance group as seen worldwide. “Matato’a (the watchful eye of the warrior) is a musical and dance group from Rapa Nui. It is one of the most famous bands from the island. Matato’a was founded in 1996 by Kevamatato’a Atan. It was in 1998 that they adopted the name of Matato’a, which means ‘warrior’ […]

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Hawai’i Island-Kīlauea volcano’s new eruption, spews lava

Hawai’i Island-Kīlauea volcano’s new eruption, spews lava

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Kīlauea volcano’s new eruption site, which suddenly cracked open on Sat., Mar., 5, continues to spew lava through fissures on its east rift zone, following the dramatic collapse of Pu’u ō’ō crater’s floor. Fiery curtains of orange lava – some as high as 80 feet – have been captured on video and in photographs the […]

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Spring Break Beach Trip in the Planning. Mexico?

Spring Break Beach Trip in the Planning. Mexico?

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Lousy winter weather and a pent up demand for a vacation in the sun are my reasons for heading south to Mexico. The top international destination for Spring Break is Cancun, along the gulf of Mexico and that’s where I’m going next week. Actually I’m going to an area an hour south of Cancun called […]

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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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