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No Artificial Ingredients Indeed

Costa Rica's national motto is "pura vida." The pure life. Or "life is good." I'll say. What with monkeys offering our singular wake-up call swinging limb to limb just outside our hotel balcony, to iguanas joining us on our walk to breakfast, to a highly venomous snake slithering right before our eyes on our drive to dinner... nature called out loud and clear. Everywhere.
Posted by Carolina Fernandez

Old Barney -- A Visit to Barnegat Light, New Jersey

Barnegat Light, NJ is the home to "Old Barney" a historic lighthouse located at the northern tip of Long Beach Island. Built in 1859 the lighthouse is the second tallest one in the USA.
Posted by Matthew Keegan

Old Sturbridge Village – Links to Our Past Guide, Part 2

Once described in a 1950 article as “The Town That Wants to Be Out of Date,� Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts is a lovingly recreated village of early 19th century New England. In this article you'll discover what makes Sturbridge Village such a unique place to visit and explore for all ages.
Posted by Cliff Calderwood

On Safari in Northern Tanzania – Back to The Sixth Day of the Creation

On safari, bright coloured clothing may get you in trouble with wild animals. If you are wise you will pack brown, beige and khaki clothing...
Posted by Andrew Muigai

One of the Oldest Traditions of the American West; The Dude Ranch

Dude Ranches first gained popularity in the 1920s, in large part due to the writings of Teddy Roosevelt. Working as a ranch man himself, Roosevelt not only spent time...
Posted by Dani Martin

Packing a Backpack - A Guide

The key to packing your backpack is to achieve even weight distribution. You can achieve this by dividing the pack into three areas. This artcle describes exactly how you can pack a backpack that is comfortable while protecting your valuables.
Posted by Sarah Moore

Penguin Parade

Phillip Island is a small island and nature reserve off the coast of South Australia, about 140 km from Melbourne. On the island you can see koalas, kangaroos and the main to attraction, the Pengui...
Posted by Annette Gisby

Pigeon Forge Campgrounds

Campgrounds are a perfect Pigeon Forge lodging option for visitors looking to be as close as possible to the great outdoors. Campgrounds in Pigeon Forge are located near the beautiful and majestic Great Smoky Mountains National Park and are still only minutes away from the outlet malls, dining, and music theatres that downtown Pigeon Forge has to offer.
Posted by Jason Gluckman

Planning Your Own Gorilla Safari Will Save You Money - Here's How

By organising your own gorilla safari you will be able to go on the trip more cheaply than if you used a safari company. All you need is some well placed local knowledge and and an adventurous spirit.
Posted by Bruce Whittaker

Plymouth Plantation and Mayflower – Links to Our Past Guide, Part 1

Plimoth Plantation and the Mayflower II ship are major attractions in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Authentic yet entertaining the two are links to our past and the 102 passengers that survived the journey across stormy seas. Discover why these two destinations are popular vacation magnets...
Posted by Cliff Calderwood

Protection from Lightning - Smart Strategies for Hikers and All Outdoor Enthusiasts

Prevention is your best protection against lightning. Learn how to read the sky and where to run for cover. Increase your outdoor safety by knowing what to do and what not to do if you get caught in a lightning storm.
Posted by Karen Cohen

Rafting on the Rogue River in Oregon

Oregon's Rogue River is one of the nation's most beautiful. The Rogue River begins in Crater Lake and extends 215 miles until it empties in the Pacific Ocean. There are two major sections of the Rogue River: The Wild and the Recreational. Many river recreation outfitters offer tours through both.
Posted by Kristy Annely

Retired LoWs Do Yuma

Loners on Wheels (LoW) is a group of single campers with membership throughout the United States and Canada. As a group we often travel to the same towns during specific seasons. Yuma is my "winter town".
Posted by Jack Matlock

Review: Russell Shorto's "The Island At The Center Of The World"

Norm Goldman, editor of bookpleasures and sketchandtravel, reviews a fascinating book pertaining to the Dutch settlement of New York City.
Posted by Norm Goldman

Rigid Inflatable Boats

A rigid inflatable boat is defined as a hard-hulled boat with air inflatable collars. RIB hulls are made of fiberglass, aluminum or composite materials. The soft bumpers or fenders, called "sponsons," can be air tubes, or all foam systems.
Posted by Kristy Annely

River Cruise in Bangkok – Sightseeing on the Chao Phraya

A river cruise in Bangkok gives an insight to community life on the Chao Phraya River and the legacies on this river of kings, a picture of stark contrasts.
Posted by Eric Lim

River Rafting in California

River rafting is a major attraction in California. The most popular California river rafting destination is the mighty American River. The American River begins in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and runs to the Sacramento River. The American River splits into three forks before it converges.
Posted by Kristy Annely

River Rafting in Colorado

Colorado river rafting is some of the best in the world. Some of the most notable of Colorado's many rivers are the Arkansas River, the Colorado River, and the Dolores River. Each one offers rafters a unique and exciting experience.
Posted by Kristy Annely

River Rafting in the Grand Canyon

Rafting through the Grand Canyon is the experience of a lifetime. Viewing the canyon from along the rim is a stunning experience on its own, but it pales in comparison to the adventure of riding the river through it. Several river recreation outfitters offer guided rafting tours through the Grand Canyon.
Posted by Kristy Annely

River Rafting in Washington State

The great state of Washington offers some of the best white-water rafting in the entire country. There are around 15 rivers in Washington state that are great for river rafting. Some of the most famous are the Klickitat, the Yakima, and the Skagit rivers.
Posted by Kristy Annely

River Rafting on the Salmon River

The beautiful Salmon River stretches through over 400 miles of Idaho. The legendary explorers Lewis and Clark traveled part of the Salmon River but thought it was too rough to navigate. For a short time The river was also known as Lewis's River. Another name for this wild, untamable body of water is the River Of No Return.
Posted by Kristy Annely

River Rafting: An Overview

White-water rafting can be one of the most exhilarating experiences of a lifetime. River rafters see breathtaking scenery, get great exercise, and experience terrific adventure. There are great places to go river rafting all over the world, but many of the best rivers for white-water rafting are here in the United States.
Posted by Kristy Annely

RV Camping at Casinos

Free RV camping is an idea that stimulates anybody who is on the move with their RV. Add Casino parking lots to your list, and you will enjoy this RV friendly, and under utilized resource.
Posted by William H Smith

RV Vacations: Ten Tips

If you have a hint of the RV itch, then here are 10 top reasons for taking an RV vacation.
Posted by Jill Ferrer

Safety Tips While Walking in the Spanish Countryside

This article covers safety tips for walking in spain. It includes specific seasonal tips...
Posted by Steve Murray

Samoa, Heart of Polynesia

The islands of Samoa are emerging as an exciting new South Pacific travel destination.
Posted by David Stanley

San Diego Beach Hikes – Cardiff to Carlsbad

San Diego offers a bevy of interesting hikes. With the average home price being around $500,000, they better be interesting!
Posted by Richard Chapo

San Francisco Beaches

When you are planning a vacation to Maui or Rio de Janeiro you may put beaches on the top of you list of things to see. However, when planning a trip to San Francisco, you may not even realize that San Francisco has beaches. In fact, it has several...
Posted by Jed Clark

Santa Cruz Church – the Portuguese Legacy in Bangkok

Santa Cruz Church, the church of the holy cross, was built in the reign of King Taksin, a legacy of Thai-Portuguese relations that date back to the 16th century.
Posted by Eric Lim

Scotland - The New White Water Rafting Capital of Europe

Scotland has taken its place as the new Mecca for white water rafting and extreme sports enthusiasts. With over 120 activity centres around the country you can do it all here - from jumping off cliffs, sliding through canyons and rolling down hills in plastic balls, to more traditional activities such as white water rafting, quad biking and clay pigeon shooting.
Posted by Blair Thorne
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