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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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When you are debating which shoes to bring for a short, yet varied activity stay, are the heels or the hiking boots left out of the bag? In my last trip to New England, I opted to take the heels. Boy, I later regretted my selection. Although prepared with athletic shoes, Mount Monadnock, in southern.
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The second leg of my South American Walkabout could not have been more inviting. After a long, overnight bus ride from Santiago, Chile and over the Andes, Mendoza, Argentina greeted me with a glorious sunrise over the desert, rolling out the true welcome mat of the Home of Malbec. Although my first leg was beautiful, the near.
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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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On this Labor Day weekend, many are out adventuring for the last glimpse of summer.  My adventures and travel bug led me to the trails of the Shawangunks in New York.  Located in the Hudson River Valley about 1.5 hours from the City, I explored through two outstanding state parks,Minnewaska State Park Preserve and Mohonk Preserve..
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