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Got the back to school blues and need to blow off some steam? Eager to venture into the outdoors with a Minnesota adventure tour? Earlier this summer, just after Kerfoot Canopy Adventures opened in June, I soared over nine zip lines with other adventureros from around the world. It was a thrilling, 3.5 hour, adventure.
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Luau in Kauai

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My first luau in Kauai was a sensory explosion: the aroma of roasted kalua pork and tropical fruits galore, dancing flames of tiki torches, the sweet taste of free flowing Mai Tais, and the natural, inviting Wailua River Valley. I left the Hawaiian party pleasantly full and a little tipsy from the double rum in.
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Travel Minneapolis One Paddle at a Time

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Are you traveling to Minneapolis this Summer or Fall? If it is your first time, your hundredth time, or you live in Minneapolis and want a fun activity in your own town, get ready for a totally different way to experience Minneapolis.  By taking advantage of Minneapolis’ location right on the waters of the Mighty.
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What does an island alarm clock sound like? It is no other than a vociferous cock-a-doodle-doo or if in Cuba ki-kiri-ki. Some people take this as an annoying sound and disturbance of sleep. However, after just returning from a trip to Cuba and on my way to another island known for its roosters, Kauai, I thought.
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Outdoor Adventure Travel in Minneapolis

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Didn’t you like those choose your own adventure books when you were a kid? I certainly did. Don’t you wish you could travel that way? Now with a little help from my first-hand experience, you can start choosing your own adventure in Minneapolis. I’ve created a quick video highlighting some of the outdoor adventure travel.
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We’ve all heard it time and time again whether from our mothers, friends, or a pop culture TV host, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Let’s face it; it’s healthy to live in a manner of spinning negatives into positives. I, like many of my readers, have been dealt both good and bad hands.
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Cuban Cuisine 101 – Moros y Cristianos

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Whether it’s the many proverbs about love and the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, it is no hidden secret that you learn a lot about a culture and people in general through food. That’s why when I travel, I’ll try everything at least once. Also, I try to snag one or.
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Walking Amongst the Stars in Toronto

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On my recent trip to Toronto, I had the opportunity to walk amongst the stars. Now, I’m typically not one to brag about paparazzi sightings, but after casually stopping for an afternoon poutine in the Entertainment District, I have something to brag about. Who did I run into on the street? None other than Kiefer.
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Americans, You Too Can Travel to Cuba

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Let me be one of the first to tell you; Americans, you too can travel to Cuba and legally. I know it may sound wrong, illegal, or just impossible, but I want to let the cat out of the bag. You can fly direct from Miami to Cuba, experience Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, and Santa Clara,.
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