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An Outdoor Lovers Guide to Exploring the Faroe Islands

During our few days in the Faroe Islands we spent all of our time on the islands of Vágar, Streymoy and Mykines. Flying in from Norway we arrived to blue skies at the Vága Floghavn airport in the town of Sørvágur during mid-morning. The airport was one of the smallest we’ve been to and since we arranged…

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Adventure hiking on Iceland’s Svínafellsjökull Glacier Tongue

The land of fire and ice has some of the most beautiful and diversified landscapes. Iceland is capped by blue and white glaciers which spill down into open fields of black volcanic rock covered by brilliant green mosses and grass. With so many beautiful sites easily accessible from Iceland’s picturesque ring road, it’s easy to…

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Exploring the Charming Seaside Town of Galle Fort

With three sides surrounded by the sea, the gorgeous coastal town of Galle Fort was easily my favorite place in Sri Lanka. We chose to stay in Galle Fort for a few nights as a home base due to its close proximity to the many lovely beaches along the south coast. After arriving to Galle by…

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SnORCAling With Killer Whales in Norway

The beauty of the orca is undeniable.  They are frightening to some, and magical to others.  They represent a human connection to nature.  Like dolphins, they are our intelligent mammalian cousins, returned to the sea.  They are creatures born into pods who stay by their mother’s side their entire lives–only leaving briefly to mate.  The…

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A Hot Air Balloon Ride Over The Serengeti in Tanzania

It was early in the morning when we woke for our hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti with Serengeti Balloon Safaris. We unzipped our tent and stepped into the cold morning at roughly 4:30 AM–the sun hadn’t even thought about rising yet. The campsite we stayed the night at was pitch black and hyenas could be seen…

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Discovering Northern Ireland’s Coastal Causeway Route

We began our travels to Northern Ireland by flying into Dublin, renting a car and driving the few hours north. Arriving late at night, we checked into the cozy Maghernahar House.  Morning quickly came and we woke to a delicious breakfast and friendly hosts who offered suggestions for stops along Northern Ireland’s Coastal Causeway Route. We packed…

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Our Recommended Camera gear for an African Safari

If you’re planning an African Safari you’re probably already familiar with cameras.  Perhaps you have a decent camera but you’re wondering if your equipment will produce the kind of photos you’ve seen other travellers capture?  Luckily, most DSLRs and mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras take fantastic photos so as long as you have appropriate gear you’ll…

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