Read story: Nicaragua

During the winter holiday, our family backpacked around the cities and jungles of Nicaragua. We, my husband Dan and our children, Brodie and Mia, a fifth and third grader, are by nature drawn to the exploration of new lands. Nicaragua appealed to us. Friends who had visited relayed their experience of the natural beauty of the country and its people. We felt that it would be a good educational and cultural experience for our children who have been studying Spanish for years in a Spanish immersion school. So, for winter break, we traded our snowy mountain town of South Lake Tahoe, California, for the jungles of Central America.

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By Wildling Magazine
Jun 28, 2018 · 10 min read

Read story: The Hunt for Freedom
The Hunt for Freedom

The job, the home, the mobile phone, the sense of security… former teacher MIRIAM LANCEWOOD gave it all up and shrank her life down to whatever she could carry in a 25kg rucksack. The Dutchwoman and her husband have now lived in the wilderness for eight years, and have found what we’re all seeking: happiness, time, and a cure-all that doesn’t cost a penny

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Sep 11, 2018 · 9 min read

Read story: The Call of Cornwall
The Call of Cornwall

It was love at first sight. Late one summer's evening, a beautiful branch line gave me my first view of St. Ives harbour. The lights twinkled, the beach below the station stretched out and the sea was an almost iridescent blue. That was more than half a century ago when I was a teenager on a school trip to the Cornish resort, but I was hooked and have returned regularly.

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By Feast Norfolk Magazine
May 30, 2018 · 5 min read

Read story: To Sur with Love
To Sur with Love

I know I am going to like this place as I pull up to reception. There is a swing hanging from the oak tree outside. The only thing stopping me from jumping on is my equal eagerness to get to the pool, lined with orange umbrellas and sparkling in the sunlight. I can already feel Carmel Valley Ranch bringing my inner child out to play. To celebrate the reopening of Highway 1, I took the coastal route up to Carmel Valley, with plans to stop in Big Sur on the return trip.

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By Santa Babara Life & Style Magazine
Aug 27, 2018 · 7 min read

Read story: Friends in High Places
Friends in High Places

It's snow season, you’ve got a crew together and you’re itching to get out on the slopes. There’s only one problem: there are so many different resorts to choose from that you’d swear the whole planet was covered with snow and mountains. Which it isn’t – yet.

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By Square Up Media Ltd.
Sep 7, 2018 · 14 min read

Read story: The Little Easy
The Little Easy

It doesn’t take long to see the connection between Mobile and New Orleans. The two Gulf Coast cities were founded by the French and have deep ties to the Caribbean. They both boast historic neighborhoods where Spanish moss hangs from live oak trees. And although Mobile’s Dauphin Street isn’t as raucous (or raunchy) as Bourbon Street, it certainly is lively.

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Jun 28, 2018 · 11 min read

Read story: The Fight for Rights
The Fight for Rights

Highlighting a few of the historic sites along the new U.S. Civil Rights Trail

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By Simply Buckhead
Jul 6, 2018 · 4 min read

Read story: Adventures in South Africa
Adventures in South Africa

For anyone with a passion for nature and a love of the great outdoors, there can be no greater destination than the continent of Africa. The vastness and diversity of ecosystems are unmatched anywhere else on earth. My wife, Annett, and I have tasted what Africa has to offer through trips to the coast of South Africa and Mozambique and the deserts and plains of Namibia, and with every taste, the hunger to experience more gets stronger. Unable to withstand the hunger pangs any longer, we recently made the journey back to South Africa with a trip around Kruger National Park and the Mpumalanga region. The Kruger Park is one of the greatest nature reserves in the world, covering an area of approximately 7,722 square miles. This area encompasses many different ecosystems that sustain a vast variety of flora and fauna.

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Jun 28, 2018 · 12 min read

Read story: Past Pursuits
Past Pursuits

The UAE is a country with proud ties to its national heritage. Reminders of tradition are everywhere, from architecture inspired by the courtyards and majlis of old to modern markets that nod to authentic souk experiences. Perhaps it’s partly because the region has evolved and grown so rapidly – from Bedouin settlement to global metropolis in a matter of just a few decades – but the past seems ever present, and keenly preserved.

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Sep 3, 2018 · 4 min read

Read story: Embrace the Open Road
Embrace the Open Road

When’s the last time you plunged deep intoa fantasy? When you listened to your heartand intuition telling you to “just go”?

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By The Perpetual You
Dec 18, 2017 · 4 min read