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Pics of the Week

Pics of the Week

G Adventures March 7, 2014 0

It was an exciting week out there on our planet! Once again, Rio‘s Carnival set the standard for “how to throw a party,” while storms rolled over beaches in Sydney, Australia. Love prevailed at

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Boom and bust: The realities of hosting the Olympics

Boom and bust: The realities of hosting the Olympics

Steve English February 17, 2014 1

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

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Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! All day long

Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! All day long

Steve English January 24, 2014 0

Ah, Australia Day – 24-hour celebration of all things true-blue, roo, brew, and barbeque. Held annually on January 26 (or the next available Monday), Australia’s national day-off is a time for its citizens to

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Pics of the Week

Pics of the Week

G Adventures January 10, 2014 1

It has been an interesting week of “Pics of the Day.” We’ve travelled across the world, from warm weather and into the depths of winter. More shining examples of how amazing the world around

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Pics of the Week

Pics of the Week

G Adventures January 3, 2014 1

It has been an interesting week of “Pics of the Day”. Have a look at our collection ranging from ‘rainbows’ outside of Beijing, to weightless boats, and penguins sporting chin straps! Which one is

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Visual Adventure: The Australian Outback

Visual Adventure: The Australian Outback

Greg Snell November 27, 2013 0

Over two weeks and covering some 3500km, I travelled the spine of the Australian continent. It was an incredible journey and one that I am hoping is reflected in the photos below. I hope you

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Top Adventures in Australia: From Bushwalking to Scuba Diving

Top Adventures in Australia: From Bushwalking to Scuba Diving

Nellie Huang November 8, 2013 3

The land Down Under is packed with unique landscapes and spectacular terrain found nowhere else in the world. Only 10% of the country is inhabited by humans — the rest is pure wilderness. I’ve

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Top Five Destinations in South Australia

Top Five Destinations in South Australia

Chris Richardson November 7, 2013 2

Planning to visit Australia in the near future? Then you’ve probably lined up a trip along the east coast of the country – maybe starting in Melbourne before stopping in Sydney and heading north

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Kakadu National Park: A Treasure of Australia

Kakadu National Park: A Treasure of Australia

Gary Arndt November 6, 2013 0

Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory is one of my favorite places in Australia. It is one of the most significant parks in Australia, not only for wildlife (birds, crocodiles, kangaroos) but also

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Questing through Queensland, Australia

Questing through Queensland, Australia

Peter West Carey November 5, 2013 0

I am excited to have the hustle and bustle of Brisbane, Australia behind me as I cruise steadily south toward the plethora of National Parks awaiting any traveler with a little time and a

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