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Top 9 Incredible Places to Visit in India

Top 9 Incredible Places to Visit in India

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

India is one of the most exotic and unique travel destinations imaginable. India’s cultural diversity, natural beauty, incredible geography (from the Himalayas to the beaches), and its long and interesting history make India a favorite place for visitors. India has a long list of tourist destinations for all kind of visitors, but here are nine […]

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Adventure Business Owner Shares What Travel And Motherhood Have In Common

Adventure Business Owner Shares What Travel And Motherhood Have In Common

| September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

The life lessons I learned while traveling have helped me get through some of the more difficult times as a new mother.

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View Wildlife and Gain an Appreciation of Nature In Costa Rica

View Wildlife and Gain an Appreciation of Nature In Costa Rica

| September 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

As a destination widely pursued by many outdoor and nature enthusiasts, Costa Rica remains a region packed with numerous types of species and limitless adventure.

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Landlocked Surfers Finding New Ways to Catch Waves

Landlocked Surfers Finding New Ways to Catch Waves

| September 9, 2014 | 1 Comment

“It’s a never-ending search for waves, and that’s one of the cool aspects about river surfing,” Jeff said. “There are a lot of rivers and so many untapped waves. There’s so much opportunity for people who are landlocked to surf without flying to Hawaii or Cali or Mexico.”

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Technology That Actually Improves the Backpacking Experience

Technology That Actually Improves the Backpacking Experience

| September 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Technology has actually made backpacking a possibility for more individuals who may not be as adept at surviving difficult, yet life-enriching experiences.

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Review of A Mystery Novel Set In A Popular National Park

Review of A Mystery Novel Set In A Popular National Park

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

She’d do this hike come hell or high water. High water never came to the arid Grand Canyon, but nearly every version of hell did over the following week.

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Why Outer Banks Vacations Are Popular During Shoulder Seasons

Why Outer Banks Vacations Are Popular During Shoulder Seasons

| September 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you really want a taste of what life on the great barrier islands are like, take an off-season vacation and come enjoy the slower-paced way of a great beach life…the way the locals do on the Outer Banks.

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Keep Your Hair Out Of The Way and Looking Fab Outside

Keep Your Hair Out Of The Way and Looking Fab Outside

| August 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Leaving my hair down when I’m on the trail means I’m constantly pushing it out of my face and wiping sweat off the back of my neck.

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No Pedaling Necessary In Peru’s Sacred Valley

No Pedaling Necessary In Peru’s Sacred Valley

| August 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

We took in majestic views of the famous Urubamba River flowing far below and snow-capped peaks jutting high above as we rode the grassy riverside trails passing through the ancient Inca roads that carved the desert highlands and deep canyons. There were many ruins, some waterfalls, a few stone huts built sometime in the 15th century, and llamas galore along the way.

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Hysterectomy? Read This First

Hysterectomy? Read This First

| August 12, 2014 | 2 Comments

Terry Winogrodzki had a hysterectomy at the age of 40, in 2011. The surgery went well, with no complications—or so she thought. It was a few years later when what she calls her “morcellation nightmare” began. A follow-up with her gynecologist revealed that she had actually had uterine cancer at the time of her hysterectomy, […]

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Utah’s ‘Cobra’ Tower Crumbles

Utah’s ‘Cobra’ Tower Crumbles

| August 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

To the dismay of some and the surprise of no one, the precarious Cobra tower  collapsed early this month. Anyone who has ever seen or climbed the Cobra, located near Ancient Art in the Fisher Towers area in Moab, knows that it was sculpted in a way that made it  a little spooky  to even […]

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Charitable Expedition Makes History On World’s Second Highest Peak

Charitable Expedition Makes History On World’s Second Highest Peak

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

They inspired women everywhere as they topped out at 8,612 meters on the 60th anniversary of the mountain’s first successful summit bid.

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