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El Camino de Santiago – Sunset Views from a Hiking Enthusiast

El Camino de Santiago – Sunset Views from a Hiking Enthusiast

In this stressful world we live in, it’s easy to forget how important being in nature is for our mental health and health in general. No matter which option you prefer, some things are the same between hiking and cycling – you are outdoor, relying on your own resources to get you to that final […]

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Five of the Most Adventurous Trails in South America

Five of the Most Adventurous Trails in South America

If you’re into hiking and your level of experience is above average, it’s time to choose a new adventure. South America has a lot to offer to all hiking enthusiasts, and that’s why we decided to discuss the top 5 most adventurous trails in South America. Huayna Potosí, Bolivia With this trek, you’ll be starting […]

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Sunset Sunday-A Special Sunset in Hubil, India

Sunset Sunday-A Special Sunset in Hubil, India

For many of us summer is just beginning of warmer days and special sunsets. Our thoughts are not centered on the number of days till Christmas (still over six months away). But when Kathryn of the “antitourist” has a great sunset story involving Christmas, it almost seemed appropriate to put her on the opposite or […]

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An Oahu Adventure: From Thrilling to Extreme

An Oahu Adventure: From Thrilling to Extreme

There are only two ways of experiencing adventure on the island of Oahu: one is from the passenger seat and the other is tackling it head on. It’s less about one being better than the other and more about enjoying the view from two very different vantage points. When planning your trip, you’ve got to […]

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Fall Foliage – Hocking Hills, Ohio

Fall Foliage – Hocking Hills, Ohio

Last year I accepted an invitation to Hocking Hills, Ohio. Where? Exactly. But this relatively unknown Buckeye State destination left quite an impression on me. In the region, originally formed by Glacier run-off, visitors can explore and discover a unique micro-climate, truly taste a slice of America Appalachia and experience some of the best stargazing […]

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Fall Foliage – Manchester Center, Vermont

Fall Foliage – Manchester Center, Vermont

When Vermont received its name, I don’t believe it was in October. The green (vert) mountain (mont) state shows its true colors as the air cools. Beautiful and brilliant colors. And each fall many travelers take a pilgrimage to visit this part of New England. One year, I was one of them. On a trip […]

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