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    Dec 11, 2020• by dcglobejotters

    All American: Exploring Four National Parks in the Southeast USA

    “A national park is not a playground. it's a sanctuary for nature and for humans who will accept nature on nature's own terms.” -- Michael Frome, writer, educator, and guardian of the national...

    Oct 26, 2020• by hintonthetrail

    Exploring Yellowstone: Part 1

    Yellowstone became the first national park in 1872. It spans over three states and is situated above a supervolcano giving it some very cool geothermal features. Hot springs, paint pots, geysers...

    Mar 15, 2019• by courtneyjancetic

    Saturnia Hot Springs Adventure!

    Saturnia is a stunning hot sping located in the Tuscan country-side. It is not easily accessible by anything but a car. I am from Canada and only drive automatic… and this is one of the major...

    Jan 16, 2019• by Blowinginthewind

    Things to do in Pucón, Chile

    Pucón is one of my favorite places in the world, because there you can do practically anything. It is located in the south of Chile, in the Araucanía Region. From Santiago, you can go either by bus...

    Nov 30, 2018• by okonomiNOMS

    Our experience at a Japanese Ryokan and Onsen

    This year we were lucky enough to experience our first Traditional Japanese Inn (Ryokan 旅館 ) and natural hot spring (Onsen 温泉). This is one of our most treasured experiences ever! Harataki...

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