El Camino Grey, Torres del Paine

by Stephane Alexandre / Jan 21, 2017 /
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Our wonderful tour of Patagonia sites continues with the Lago Grey Path. Our van pulled up to the beginning of the path almost an hour after lunch, and we carried our sluggish bodies out of the van. This was one of the last stops of the tour and we had already been dumbfounded by the wildlife and wide landscape that we have seen along the way. 

"One hour and 20 minutes" reminded our guide.

Sabbatical Homes Listings: UK

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Title: House Swap London to Bay Area, CA - 5 bedroom house with garden
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date Posted: Feb. 2, 2017
Direct Link: http://www.AcademicHomes.com/view_home/11817
Summary: 
We have a 5 bedroom house in Ladbroke Grove, W10 (near Notting Hill) and would like to swap for a similar sized house in the Bay Area or Marin County in California for a minimum of one academic year, starting in August 2017. 

We are a half Swedish half ...

Colors and Culture of the Moroccan Medinas

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The best part of travel photography, for me, is capturing images of culture. There is nothing I love more than being completely immersed in a place with culture so vibrant and new to me. While living in Morocco for three months, I have been photographing the life and culture of the medinas. 

An Insider’s Guide to Bermuda: Four Days to Bermuda’s Past

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So you’ve got four more vacation days for the year and the idea of spending them as a stay-cation is making you ill? Need to head somewhere warm and get away from it all? This itinerary will hold the attention of any history buff as Bermuda’s long and diverse (and sometimes scandalous) past will come alive with energy.

Whales And Sails: The New Bedford Whaling Museum

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If history, tradition, and whales are your thing, New Bedford is an ultimate travel destination! This town was the East Coast’s principal whaling harbor from the 1800‘s until the very end of the industrial whaling industry in America, and remains one of the primary fishing towns in the U.S.

Three Museums in Boston For Families With Young Kids

by Jodi Grundig / Jan 18, 2017 /

One of the oldest cities in America and home to many important historical events, Boston, MA should be on every American family’s vacation wish list.

Here's How to Plan the Ireland Vacation of Your Dreams

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Ireland - there's a reason why this small island nation is on everyone's travel list. It's gorgeously green, full of history and art and culture, and boasts world-renowned drink (Guinness, looking at you!) and delicious food. There's also the Irish people, known for their hospitality and kindness.

Under the Mediterranean

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You’re at a beach in southern Spain, you can smell the salty summer air. After walking across the hot sand and stones, you can’t wait to take a dip in the sea. It’s a hot day, and everyone's having a great time playing in the water...so you decide to partake in the fun. 

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Places to Camp in America

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America is home to some of the most captivating camping sites in the world, thanks to its vast expanses of diverse terrain. A multitude of national parks, lakes, beaches, and canyons double up as camp sites welcoming a steady stream of visitors. Those planning a camping holiday in the USA must, of course, make sure they book a spot well in advance to avoid any disappointments, especially if the preferred camping ground has a limited capacity.

What to See, Hear, and Do at Celtic Connections

by Kerry Dexter / Jan 17, 2017 /
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Scotland in winter is known for short days and cold weather. That's all the more reason to come inside and be warmed by the sharing of music. Through eighteen days in mid January to early February, that's what going on in Glasgow, at Celtic Connections.

What to See, Hear, and Do at Celtic Connections

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