Posts Tagged ‘adventure’

World Travel Guide:Hotels in Arenal Costa Rica

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Online Traveling Journal with Free Advice and Guides on Travel, Hotels, Bed and Breakfast, Lodging and more. Articles and tips on travel and travel accommodations.The topography of the northern plains of Costa Rica are only matched by the range of activities you can take part in if you decide to come to Costa Rica to holiday in this part of the world.

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Travel Tour:On The Verge Of Destruction, The Leatherback Turtle, Now Critically Endangered, May Be The Most Amazing Animal On Earth

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Online Traveling Journal with Free Advice and Guides on Travel, Hotels, Bed and Breakfast, Lodging and more. Articles and tips on travel and travel accommodations.Though most people have never heard of it the leatherback sea turtle could be the most amazing animal on the planet. Today there are only six remaining species of marine turtle, and uncounted eons in the past its forebears had four legs and lived on land. About 110,000,000 ago, its

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World Travel:Get outdoors with REI classes and clinics

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Online Traveling Journal with Free Advice and Guides on Travel, Hotels, Bed and Breakfast, Lodging and more. Articles and tips on travel and travel accommodations.I have not had a chance to try it myself, but have been intrigued by some of the travel-related offerings from the sporting goods/outdoor company REI (which just opened a LEED-certified green store located in my current hometown of Round Rock, Texas.)
The Austin American-Statesman

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Travel Information:Alaska: Lonely Planet Travel Video

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Online Traveling Journal with Free Advice and Guides on Travel, Hotels, Bed and Breakfast, Lodging and more. Articles and tips on travel and travel accommodations. Experience Alaska with Lonely Planet author Greg Benchwick. You’ll see more than 80 straight days of 24 hours of sunlight giving you plenty of time to admire the icy white landscapes of the Arctic ocean that’s been home to the Inupiat people for thousands of years. Special

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