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Burgundy is best: More red wine from France

Burgundy is best: More red wine from France

March 31, 2014, No Comments

Way back when we started doing adult beverage tastings here at the Looptail, we kicked off the series with this lovely wine from France. Fortunately for us, there were plenty more delicious burgundy wines where that came from. This week, we’re going back to Burgundy with this lovely 2010 bottle of Joseph Drouhin Côte »

Class in a Glass: Tasting Wine from France

Class in a Glass: Tasting Wine from France

December 5, 2013, No Comments

When it comes to cuisine, it’s no secret that France is known for its delicious cheeses, fresh bread…and wine. So it’s also no surprise that our France trips are popular choices among gourmands – especially ones that involve vineyard tours and wine tastings. (I mean, have you seen the description for the France and »

Read all about it: Travel reading lists from Kobo and G Adventures

Read all about it: Travel reading lists from Kobo and G Adventures

July 16, 2014, No Comments

Travelling is a lot like reading, and at G Adventures, we’re big fans of both! We’ve partnered up with the fine folks at Kobo to bring you a new destination-based reading list each month. Head on over to our page and see what’s up »

Visual Adventure: New Zealand Through the Lens

Visual Adventure: New Zealand Through the Lens

May 19, 2014, No Comments

Wanderer-in Residence, Gary Arndt shares his favourite images from his travels through New Zealand. »

The Wonders of Brazil: Five of My Favourite Memories

The Wonders of Brazil: Five of My Favourite Memories

May 13, 2014, 1 Comment

Fall in love with one of the world's largest countries. Wanderer-in-Residence Nellie Huang gives us the top five moments from her travels to the beautiful land of Brazil »

How to Tell Stories Through Your Adventure Photography

How to Tell Stories Through Your Adventure Photography

May 12, 2014, 3 Comments

Adventure photographer Krystle Wright shares her tips on how to make you photography more engaging, by telling a story »

In Praise of Slow: River Barge Cruising Opens Up Burgundy From a Different Angle

In Praise of Slow: River Barge Cruising Opens Up Burgundy From a Different Angle

April 4, 2014, No Comments

“Adventure” is a tricky word. For many, it implies fast-paced, near constant action. And while plenty of adventures do indeed deliver adrenalized thrills up the wazoo, “adventure” doesn’t have to mean hectic and up-tempo. In some places, “adventure” can be as slow and low-key as the current of a lazy river. Burgundy, the fabled »

Southern Charm: Tasting Kentucky Bourbon

Southern Charm: Tasting Kentucky Bourbon

February 24, 2014, 1 Comment

So far we’ve introduced you to France’s wine and Italy’s limoncello, and now it’s the Land of the Free’s turn to be in the liquor spotlight. Bourbon whiskey is the order of the day today, and its proud home is down in the American south. Produced since the 1850s, bourbon is a barrel-aged distilled »

Five Interesting Facts about Alpine Skiing

Five Interesting Facts about Alpine Skiing

February 18, 2014, No Comments

From now until the last fireworks light up Sochi’s sky on February 23, G Adventures will offer up the best original and curated content from around the web. Want to follow along? We’ll share our take on Sochi 2014 through through the @gadventures handle, on Facebook—and right here on the Looptail. Check out all »

Boom and bust: The realities of hosting the Olympics

Boom and bust: The realities of hosting the Olympics

February 17, 2014, 1 Comment

From now until the last fireworks light up Sochi’s sky on February 23, G Adventures will offer up the best original and curated content from around the web. Want to follow along? We’ll share our take on Sochi 2014 through through the @gadventures handle, on Facebook—and right here on the Looptail. Check out all »