Hiking in Hornstrandir, Iceland

Wednesday, November 02, 2016 Hiking and Walking by Wailana Kalama

Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is a remote wilderness lying in the north-west tip of Iceland. A gem of emerald green slopes and white glacier peninsulas, isolated and unspoilt, the edge of Europe. The Reserve is surrounded by water, caught between the Bay of Glaciers and the Greenland Sea. It is located in the remote district called the Westfjords, a dizzying cluster of fjords, capes, and glaciers slipping into saltwater. There is nothing for miles but green valleys, pebbled shores, and moist slopes of dandelions and herbs.

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Adventurous Dining Experience in a Capri Restaurant

Friday, October 28, 2016 Food and drinks by Diana Joya

My husband and I arrived on the island of Capri tired and hungry from our long journey. We checked into our hotel, looking forward to walking into town for authentic Italian food for dinner. When we got down to the concierge, we asked in broken Italian about any ristorante’s that were within walking distance. Read more

What to Do in Grenada? Water Activities!

Monday, October 24, 2016 Canoeing and Kayaking by Aisha Sylvester

Water is everywhere you turn in Grenada and it’s clear hues and cool temperatures are one of the major lures of the Spice Isle. Venture toward the coastline and beaches plucked right out of postcards will compel you to spend an entire day doing nothing but soaking up the sun and cooling down in the gentle blue surf. Head inland and cascading rivers and emerald green waterfalls will entice you take a relaxing dip or a rejuvenating water massage.

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Traditional architecture of Lemnos Island

Thursday, October 20, 2016 Sightseeing and Landmarks by Iuliana Marchian

In the first post about Lemnos Island, I wrote about the three major archaeological sites that stand out on the eastern side of the island – Poliochni, Hephaistia, and the Kabeiroi Sanctuary. However, there is more to Lemnos than just those three sites. You can find numerous representations of the Greek authentic lifestyle and architecture on the island, which withstand successfully mass tourism effects unlike the surrounding islands of Thassos and Samothraki.

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Skydiving in Moab, Utah

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 Skydiving by Thea Busuttil

When I was seven years old, I promised myself that there were three things in life that I would never do. These solemn oaths were scrawled in spiky, overlarge handwriting in one of my diaries. The list ran like this:

  • Never wear pink
  • Never eat snails
  • Never jump out of a plane

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