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Spring Break 2014: Wet and Wild in the Amazon

As students return to their classrooms following Spring break, many will share their stories of beaches with friends and family.  But for thirteen students from the Derryfield School in New Hampshire, the conversation will be very different:

“So what did you do on Spring Break?”

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Three Resorts Ideal for Families

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When you’re looking for a luxurious family break away, finding the perfect destination is never easy. As nice as some places look in the brochure, sometimes reality can be a world away from your expectations.

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Travel Safe in Thailand - Leave Your Travel Details to WanderTours

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Thailand is an amazing and inspiring country to visit, but recent travel alerts by the U.S. Department of State may have some travelers worried about the safety of the region. Protests and unrest present a potential travel risk. Especially if you’re not an experienced traveler or haven’t been to Thailand before, the risk may seem daunting. What to do?

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Amsterdam, Model City

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Context, organizer of critically acclaimed walking tours, expands its newest program in Amsterdam with Amsterdam, Model City, a new culture and architecture tour that offers travellers an interpretative insight into the city’s status as an island of tolerance and progressive social policy.

 

Project Learning Tree Goes to the Amazon and Back!

Are you familiar with one of the BEST environmental education programs in the US? If not, then you need to get to know PROJECT LEARNING TREE (aka PLT)!  This award-winning environmental education program is designed for teachers and other educators, parents, and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12.

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Big Changes in Thailand

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After nineteen years, Ashley and I finally made it back to Thailand. In 1995, we split our time between an environmental NGO and a university biology department in the southern provinces of Trang and Songkhla, but had never had the time, money, and opportunity to get back until now.

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