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Morning Becomes Luzern Travel

After days of overcast and rain, the morning sun over Luzern was a very welcome sight! I was not enjoying it in alone as (it seemed) many of Luzern’s residents, visitors and children came out...
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Eco Travel Quito: Proud Heritage, Natural Beauty & Artistic Majesty

A quick video tour of Quito, Ecuador’s ecotourism highlights including San Francisco Church, La Compania Church, Plaza de la Independencia, Rumiloma, Escuela Taller, Tulipe, Tucanopy, Intinan Museum, Middle of the World Monument, Machachi, El Porvenir...
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Canyonlands National Park

During my trip to Utah, I have seen the most beautiful natural landscapes. Traveling with two other friends, we have arrived at the Canyonlands National Park at 6:30pm. The sunset was already settling in the...
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Footprints

I have been lucky enough to spend a lot time in the sky traveling this wonderful world. I have endured so much time in the miles above sea level that when the Reaper comes in...
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Discovering Isan (North east Thailand)

We had visited Thailand twice before, but on our last trip in December we wanted to experience something different, going local and getting away from the overdeveloped tourist centres. Having been recommended a Thai holiday...
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Recent Tourism Graduate Wants To Enter Ecotourism Industry

I was contacted by a recent tourism graduate (in tourism and the environment) who was interested in entering the ecotourism industry. I have provided her letter below in the hopes of providing some inspiration to...
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Tonina Archeological Site (Photo Tour)

The Tonina Archeological site is a Mayan ruin established by an astronomical society around 300 A.D.  It is believed that Toniná formed into an organized settlement around 300 A.D, and the the height of its development...
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Birdwatching in Panama

Sitting in the Canopy Tower observation deck, just outside Panama City, it’s as peaceful a place as I’ve ever experienced, except for the howler monkeys, buzzing cicadas and rustle of the leaves in the lush...
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Where the Highway Ends

Just up the Cook Highway from the jump-off points for the Great Barrier Reef, lies an eco-system possibly more breathtaking, slightly more dangerous, and thankfully less affected by our civilization, called the Daintree National Park. ...
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Top 10 Advantages for ECHN Educating, Counseling and Healing with Nature

Learning how to use and teach the science of Educating, Counseling and Healing with Nature (ECHN) enables your family to tap into the natural attraction wisdom, love and spirit that guides the natural world in...
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