Out of all the countries we visited in South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia & Peru), Bolivia …

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Wow!!! That is what we have to say about New Zealand. We road-tripped from the top of the …

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Even after 50 years under a military regime, Myanmar’s smiles can’t be suppressed. The people have a resilience and inner …

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Did you know that the Great Barrier Reef is larger than the UK, Switzerland and Holland combined? At …

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Brazil’s deepest cultural roots lie in Salvador, the country’s original capital. Established by the Portuguese and built …

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When we were planning the HoneyTrek route, Myanmar (formerly Burma) was still under a military dictatorship, saddled with …

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We experienced Mozambique by train, bus, taxi, pick-up truck, kayak, chapa van, 18-wheeler (sitting in the back with …

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When your country is 2,653 miles long, a lot changes from the far north to the deep south. …

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The phone rings…”Annie, the grapes are ready to pick! If you and Mike want to catch the harvest, …

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Africa is one of the most raw and wild places on earth and with that comes a horrible …

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Walking into a 20-million person city is little intimidating but with our good friend and resident Paulista, Marcelo, as …

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Majete National Park is one of the greatest conservation success stories and Mkulumadzi lodge is helping write its pages to …

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A little perspective on Carnaval from high atop Rio de Janiero’s Sugar Loaf Mountain.

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We climbed to the highest point in Bagan to try and fathom the density of ancient Buddhist monuments …

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We looked up at the tallest mountains in New Zealand, guarded by glaciers on all sides, and thought, “How the …

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The first stop on our around-the-world journey has landed us in Manaus, Brazil, the heart of the Amazon. It’s …

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