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Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
Our naturalist, Ceci, hollers to wake me up; telling me to sit up but not to touch...

I have always felt an affinity with wild animals and they, likewise, seem inordinately attracted to me. On a visit to the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York this summer, a...

Marine Iguanas, exhibiting dfferent colors on each island, sit around in huge piles, indifferent to human presence

Our panga motored to within a few feet of a nondescript crescent beach backed by jagged, guano-encrusted cliffs. Its unremarkable appearance didn’t temper my excitement, for this was Darwin Bay on...

Guayaquil's beautiful Malecon 2000, a broad boulevard that runs along the Gyauas River, is safe by day or night

After checking into the Oro Verde Hotel in Guayaquil, Ecuador I asked for a map of the city center. The concierge hesitated for a moment before unfolding one on the countertop....

Once in a great while I come across something so profoundly touching that I am compelled to share it. I was astonished by a video of a woman interacting with an...

They call it the “White Giant” but its real name is Perito Moreno Glacier, one of more than 200 glaciers found in Glaciers Park in Patagonia, Argentina. For eons, it has...