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Cave Diving in the Turks & Caicos

TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS | Fri, 27 Nov 2015 | By dannygoesdiving | Views [16994] | Comments [4]

    This is an ongoing and continuely updated journal of the efforts of Jon Ward and myself to discover, explore and map the blue holes and caves of the Turks & Caicos islands.  We both work as full time dive instructors ... Read more >

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How would you use 1m² to feed your family?

THAILAND | Sat, 8 Jul 2006 | By simon_monk | Views [7845] | Comments [2]

Would you set up a street stall and sell beads ? Fruit juice? Old coins or fake Louis Vuitton handbags from behind a curtain? Would you sell drugs, foreign currency, T-shirts, shaved ice, Pad Thai (fried noodles) or fake antiques? Would you ... Read more >

Tags: bargaining, culture, having fun, markets, on the road, people, philosophy, responsibility, work

Photography assignment in Nepal

VENEZUELA | Sun, 17 Apr 2016 | By mahadevrojastorres | Views [3220]

Since I received the first email from World Nomads saying that my scholarship entry was on final rounds of judging, my happiness only has increased to an unknown level for me, and even though I was exchanging emails and phone calls with Alicia, ... Read more >

Tags: 2015, 2016, ahf, intrepid, kathmandu, nepal, photography, scholarship, travel, world nomads

Getting Hugged by Strangers A Hawaiian Ceremony

USA | Thu, 3 Oct 2013 | By travel-tips | Views [6533] | Comments [2]

"Look how tall you've gotten!" family members would squeal as I was growing up, patting me on the head. "My gosh, isn't she just the cutest?" a family friend would exclaim at a cookout reaching for my face to pinch my cheeks. There's a certain ... Read more >

Tags: ceremony, hawaiian, solo travel, traditions, travel, usa

Hangover Soup: The Power of the Pork Spine

SOUTH KOREA | Mon, 9 Sep 2013 | By connectlocally | Views [10417]

It is Saturday morning at 1 a.m. and I am sitting at a folding table outside the GS Mart, a ubiquitous convenience store in my little neighborhood of Seoul. Next to me is my boyfriend, Hudson, and across from us are Ik and Jiny: a young Korean couple ... Read more >

Tags: food, hangover, hangover cures, pork, seoul, south korea, travel, trekking


CROATIA | Mon, 2 Sep 2013 | By ccandj6monthsaway | Views [6133] | Comments [1]

  Dubrovnik We had little info to go on when we decided to go to Croatia.  Our friend Kevin had been twice and recommended it, but we never really had specifics about why he liked it so much.  But we put it on the list and here ... Read more >

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Photos: Japan Jaunt - Kanazawa to Takayama

JAPAN | Mon, 11 Nov 2019 | By supergg | Photo Gallery

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Day 8 Japan - Kanazawa to Takayama

JAPAN | Mon, 11 Nov 2019 | By supergg | Views [7]

Day 8 Kanazawa to Takayama Time to zip up our suitcases again and travel to a new town, Takayama. Our route took us out of the city and up into and through the mountains, literally, to the Gifu prefecture. The mountains in this area a traversed by ... Read more >

Day 7 Japan - Kanazawa

JAPAN | Mon, 11 Nov 2019 | By supergg | Views [7]

Kanazawa – on our own It’s Rod’s birthday. A free day found us in slow motion for a while. It was Sunday after all. And when we did move, our first stop was for coffee not too far away. Then a short stroll to see if Godburger was ... Read more >

An Autumn Day in Seoul

SOUTH KOREA | Mon, 11 Nov 2019 | By krodin | Views [17]

My first introduction to South Korea came on the Peach Airline flight that showed a video of an island that had been illegally annexed by the Japanese and after recovery was now a symbol of independent Korea.  The advertisements and videos on the ... Read more >

Tags: city visit, museums, sacred sites

Glimpses of Japan

JAPAN | Mon, 11 Nov 2019 | By krodin | Views [14]

Ok. Now I am really confused. Both American and European plugs work, they drive on the British side, the trains go at lightning speed and there is a 16 hour time differential from here to my U.S. family and students. Welcome to cosmopolitan Tokyo, where ... Read more >

Tags: city visit, museums, sacred sites

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