Tag Archives: adventure

As an outdoors lover, I know that Mother Nature does it best: waterfalls, glaciers, canyons, rainbows, and more. However, sometimes nature presents you with unfavorable conditions. After a recent trip to rainy Iceland, I could have used more tips of rainy camping. That’s why I have asked peer adventure travel writer, Megan Holmes, to help.
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Hey, howdy, hola, hiya adventurers! I’m curious. Do you happen to enjoy any of these? Waterfalls Caves Hikes Beaches Well, if you are like me, you DO. However, you prefer to go to those that are off-the-beaten-path. May I suggest a destination that I hold near to my heart, Cuba. Check out the Four Best.
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I knew you would bite! Who doesn’t want to know more about the once forbidden island especially after the recent election and Fidel’s passing? So, after my nearly two dozen trips to Cuba over the last five years, I have a surprise for all you adventurers. My third book in three years is ready for.
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After multiple years of travel to Cuba, I’ve had the opportunity to witness a country in transformation albeit poco a poco (little by little). The once forbidden island and the United States have started to open their doors, starting with people to people, educational tours. This led to the 2014 announcement by Castro and Obama.
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Hiya all! I’m back from my first trip to Cuba in 2016 with visits in Cienfuegos, Santa Clara, Trinidad, and Havana. I have already received many questions like: Did you ride in a old car? Are they really everywhere? Is all the hype about changes really happening? How is travel to Cuba changing? What hasn’t.
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You all know I love adventure. I started documenting my adventure travels in 2008 and continue to do so with destinations such Cuba, Kauai, New Zealand, Alaska, Patagonia, and more. I’ve gone as far as saying that, “Adventure is my mediation.” That’s why I wanted to invite another adventure lover to write a guest post..
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Readers of my adventure travel posts have witnessed some of what I call my Life 2.0 transformation. When I started this travel blog in 2008, I was a VP of Marketing and PR jet-setting from Berlin one day to Mexico City the next and red-eye flights back to Florida. I was juggling a lot of balls:.
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Having hiked, camped, rafted, rode horseback, and tangoed across Chile and Argentina just a little over a month ago, it is now time to share some of my characteristic good times and good stories. I will begin with the first leg of my three leg walkabout, which was Torres del Paine National Park in Chile..
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