Month

August 2012
While Costa Rica comprises only .01% of the earth’s landmass, it is home to five percent (5%) of the planet’s biodiversity. Breaking it down even more, within Costa Rica, the Osa Peninsula provides a pristine habitat to more than half of all the bird, butterfly, mammal and plant species found in the country. In other...
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Toil and Travel: Gloriously Green Holiday Gifts. Recently published in Forbes, read Irene’s recommendations for travel experiences that continue to give back long after the Holidays are done. Well in advance of the upcoming holidays, consider an unusual voluntourism trip. Work and play with equal intensity. This kind of vacation is a non-commercial, high-value, in-depth cultural...
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middle beach kennebunk maine
Some of my formative summer seasons were spent in Rhode Island and since Block Island and Newport were within close driving (or ferry) distance, it never occurred to our family to visit Kennebunkport too. Well, during all those summers, we were definitely missing out! My husband and I were invited up for a friend’s wedding...
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By now, you are probably experiencing the lazy days of August in the run up to September, where school starts, fall sports and cooler weather change the dynamic of weekend getaways. However, if you’ve got one more weekend getaway left in you and want to do something really different – check out these great festivals...
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Edward Norton – known to many of us as the star of The Illusionist, 25th Hour, Fight Club and American History X – travelled to Kenya, where he stayed at a lodge called Campi ya Kanzi in the Chyulu Hills…read the entire Africa Geographic article here. Read more about the Maasai Conservation Safari travel experience and...
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