Zipline, climb or drive through massive trees

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HOW TO FORM A PARACORD NECKLACE

You have mastered the paracord arm band singular cobra, thin-line arm band as well as perhaps the master cobra weave. Now you have you eyes bented on the paracord necklace…

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5 ways to see the massive trees

Growing up in Northern California gave me the chance to meet the tallest trees on Earth at a very young age. Decades later, the wow factor has still not worn…

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Welsh Wine from the Gwinllan Conwy Vineyard

Visiting a vineyard is probably not something most people would think of when planning a trip to the beautiful country of Wales, but that is gradually changing as a number…

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Nubian pyramids, the Nile River and Sudanese food

You may be surprised if you hear about someone using their vacation days on a trip to Sudan, and though the African country has been plagued by military conflict and violence,…

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10 ideas for upping your travel game

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Cruise ship turned away in other ports anchors off Cambodia

SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia (AP) – A cruise ship turned away by other Asian and Pacific governments due to virus fears anchored Thursday off Cambodia, which is checking the health of its…

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Why you should make Curacao your next Caribbean island getaway

Photo courtesy of Rachel Vigoda Curacao is an island treasure Nearby Aruba gets most of the attention among travelers coming from the United States. But with its small beaches tucked…

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17 Mistakes Tourists Make While Visiting Las Vegas

Las Vegas draws travelers from around the world with its famous casinos, popular shows, luxury shopping, rich cuisine and more. But visitors to Sin City have made their fair share…

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Cruising the Guadalquivir River – A Boomer’s Travels

The Guadalquivir River is the fifth longest river in Spain and the only navigable river in the country.  At one time ships could travel all the way to Cordoba, but…

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