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The Three Photo Tours on my Wishlist for 2017

We’ve turned the corner into 2017. It’s raining in California and I’m sitting in front of a roaring fireplace dreaming of Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You’ll Go! If I could go anywhere, I ask myself, where would I go? Well, what better way to...

Discovering the Danube in Active Luxury

The Wachau Valley, lying between the medieval towns of Melk and Krems, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s also the scenic centerpiece along the Danube for an emerging style of adventure travel: ship-based river cruising that combines active physical pursuits with luxurious creature comforts....

A Child Explorer in the Amazon

Dad’s duffel bag was permanently damaged, but it was a small price to pay to meet a superhero, in my opinion. “Now I see why they warned us!” my mother sighed. As always, mom was right: the locals who met our group of explorers had...

Ryoanji: Six Stones

The rock garden at Ryoanji Temple in Kyoto is one of my favorite places in Japan and one of the most sacred places on the planet for me. In its sere simplicity, its stark purity, it’s a place that slows me down, quiets me, leads...

25 Things I Love About Brazil

As much as I love exploring the wilderness areas of Brazil, it’s the people and culture that most touch my soul. After five months there, what I remember most are the endearing characteristics of the Brazilians I met, from Teresopolis to Rio de Janeiro to...

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