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Sensory Overload: India

Sensory Overload: India

Jon Briley & Helena Hewett July 15, 2013 5

India is definitely a ‘sensory overload’ sort of place. And while holiday snaps are great as a visual reminder of what you did, what gets forgotten is the rest of the sensory experience, so

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Helping Orphaned Elephants Back Into The Wild

Helping Orphaned Elephants Back Into The Wild

Peter West Carey July 10, 2013 5

Cute. Baby. Elephants. Do I have you hooked? If not, try these images:   Viewing baby elephants this close in the wild is a dangerous proposition as there is always a protective mother around,

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Going Beyond the Safaris: Travel Experts Open Up About Kenya

Going Beyond the Safaris: Travel Experts Open Up About Kenya

Randy and Bethany July 8, 2013 6

It’s well known that Kenya is one of of the best spots in the world to take a safari. But did you know that it is also rife with topographical diversity? I’m talking about

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Visual Adventure: Guyana

Visual Adventure: Guyana

Rachel Wasser June 26, 2013 1

If you’re looking for an adventure of the ecotourism variety, Guyana fits the bill. It’s got a happening Caribbean feel in its urban center, but the outskirts are full of untamed jungles, wild animals

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#FriFotos: G Adventures Celebrates Summer

#FriFotos: G Adventures Celebrates Summer

Andrew Hickey June 21, 2013 0

Summer is here (for most of us) and that means longer days, quality time with family and friends at the beach, and better weather. Whether you’re planning a trip to around the world or

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Chilling With Polar Bears in the Canadian Arctic

Chilling With Polar Bears in the Canadian Arctic

Caitlin Hotchkiss June 18, 2013 2

Need to cool off? Check out our primer on the Canadian Arctic and its stars - the polar bears

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Jamaica: From a Conflicted Past to an “Irie” Present

Jamaica: From a Conflicted Past to an “Irie” Present

Caitlin Hotchkiss June 17, 2013 1

It’s easy to fall into clichés and stereotypes when you think about Jamaica. Even when considering taking a trip to Jamaica, the first things that generally come to mind are all-inclusive resorts and possible

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#GadvChat: What Does Adventure Mean to You?

#GadvChat: What Does Adventure Mean to You?

Andrew Hickey June 6, 2013 1

This week we held another fast paced Twitter Chat (#gadvchat) with the topic this go around being ‘Adventure Travel’. We were joined by our Wanderers in Residence bloggers Dan and Audrey of Uncornered Market

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Discovering Puebla’s Historic City Center

Discovering Puebla’s Historic City Center

David Lee June 3, 2013 0

Puebla is the second stop of the Ancient Civilizations tour, and the second of three city centers listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The short bus ride from Mexico City makes for an easy

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3 Tuscan Hilltowns You Haven’t Heard Of

3 Tuscan Hilltowns You Haven’t Heard Of

Randy and Bethany May 21, 2013 0

Growing up my friends and I had a spot in the woods we called the 50 footer. It is a deep valley dirt path carved out by the strip miners who once occupied the

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