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the 6th Annual Bucket List Dedication

the 6th Annual Bucket List Dedication

It may a little late into 2019 when discussing a new year’s bucket list dedication, but with a mission with to keep the memory of one of our friends, Anita Mac, alive and the opportunity to continue to raise awareness on what took her away from us, there is never a bad time. And well, […]

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Welcome to Islamorada

Take A One Day Road Trip to Islamorada, Florida Keys

Heading south for a break from winter becomes the popular play for many travelers as winter approaches in the north. For east coasters in the US it often means trips to Florida, the sunshine state.  Such trips do not need to stick to beaches around the selected airport or the magic found in Orlando, but […]

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Why There’s More to South Africa Than Just Safari Trips

Why There’s More to South Africa Than Just Safari Trips

Adventure holiday makers love heading to South Africa for all the amazing wildlife spotting opportunities on the many different safari trips available. But, if you’re not looking to go on a safari holiday there’s a lot more to South Africa than just wonderful nature reserves and wildlife spotting. Here’s a few of the key reasons […]

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Survival Training in Central Park–The Scottish Way with Bear Grylls

Survival Training in Central Park–The Scottish Way with Bear Grylls

Sarabeth’s, a restaurant on Central Park South in New York, is a perfect place for a Manhattan weekday breakfast; oh the fresh-baked muffins, scones and more… but it’s not the place I’d expect to meet instructors from the Bear Grylls Survival Academy.  After a few cups of coffee and a savory meal, I realized that […]

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From Peaks to Shores-The Many Sides of Mexico

From Peaks to Shores-The Many Sides of Mexico

Mexico is many things to many people, but if you’re planning a trip to the sun-kissed nation you can enjoy everything from a lazy beach vacation in touristy areas to a high-adrenaline activity break and rugged adventure off the beaten track. Visitors can marvel at a 1,300-year-old Maya palace in Palenque, trek through lush jungle, […]

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Sunset Sunday-The Arctic Cold of Churchill, Manitoba

Sunset Sunday-The Arctic Cold of Churchill, Manitoba

Everywhere I travel I always capture a sunset and my arctic adventure to Churchill, Manitoba proved no  different. On my first evening, I socialized the idea with my hosts and planned to capture it the following evening after we settled in.  The itinerary included three nights in Churchill and sunset photos were hardly high on […]

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Ah Chihuahua-Walking Across the Copper Canyon

Ah Chihuahua-Walking Across the Copper Canyon

A new adventure park in Chihuahua, the Copper Canyon Adventure Park, set up high speed zip-lines and suspension bridges to allow thrill seekers to cross the Copper Canyon. Sure, for some, the beauty of this Mexican treasure is best appreciated from the train through the Copper Canyon region or perhaps with a cocktail during sunset […]

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The Adventurous Life – Kayak the Complete Coastline of Mexico

The Adventurous Life – Kayak the Complete Coastline of Mexico

I met Abraham Levy in the back of the bus heading to a sponsored fiesta during the ATMEX conference held in Veracruz. After a week of discovery and learning many new things about Veracruz, I was looking forward to a few drinks and celebrating my last night. But on the ride through the city streets, […]

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