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Thailand

Blog by Emily Kroman Some of the most fantastic days we’ve had on our trip so far were spent on the stunning beaches of Thailand’s Andaman coast! Here is the iconic longtail boat to get you started on the beauty of Ko Phi Phi Don (our first stop). This is me calling out for my … Continue readings

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Iceland

Blog by S. Adam Granato My life has begun to mimic that game I used to play as a kid where I would spin a globe and put my finger down somewhere randomly to see where I was going to (hypothetically) end up.  Well this time, the globe landed on Iceland.  Iceland.  Go figure.  So … Continue readings

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Komodo-Island-Indonesia

Dragons and Mantas and Bats, Oh My! Blog by Justin Huguet After 40+ hours of dirty boats and bug-ridden buses, we arrived on the island of Flores unsure of whether our trans-Indonesian travel would prove to be worth the long haul. But once we arranged our boat charter and were enroute to Komodo National Park, we … Continue readings

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Ecuador

Ecuador: Land of Many Wonders Blog by Julie Hunt My first trip to South America was to the remarkable country of Ecuador, which offers a remarkable assortment of natural wonders, remnants of Incan and Mayan civilizations, the largest weekly market in South America, and charming colonial towns and haciendas. We started our journey in Quito, Ecuador’s capital and … Continue readings

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Swaziland

Safari in Mkhaya Game Reserve in Swaziland Photo Series by Justin Huguet Meet Bongane, our fearless Swazi safari guide who could track down rhinos and name every species of bird. White Rhino Warthogs Our beautiful accommodations. Glamorous camping, or “glamping” as I like to say. Nyala White Rhino mud bath Young Impala. Bongane pointed out … Continue readings

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Angkor-Wat-Cambodia

Blog by Justin Huguet Temples of Angkor! What an adventure. Our mission began with the daunting challenge of waking up at 4am to catch the sunrise over Angkor Wat. It was well worth it. Happy to have an early start, we climbed aboard a tuk-tuk and embarked on an exciting 2-day temple crawl. Here we are, raring … Continue readings

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Perfume-Pagoda-Vietnam

Stairway to Heaven Blog by Emily Kroman We left Hanoi early in the morning and chatted with a lively family from Melbourne on the bus ride to the river at the base of the Perfume Pagoda mountain. We were greeted by a slew of extremely eager saleswomen pitching conical hats. Although at first we resisted … Continue readings

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Tasmania-Australia

Blog by S. Adam Granato “Ah Japhy, you taught me the final lesson of them all, you can’t fall off a mountain.” -Jack Kerouac Dharma Bums I am not a huge Kerouac fan.  And I am even less of a fan of people who quote Jack Kerouac on travel blogs.  But recently, as I was … Continue readings

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