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Manto de la Novia Waterfall in Banos, Ecuador

In 1999, the volcano that towers over the small mountain town of Baños de Agua Santa in central Ecuador again began living up to its name. Seventy-four years after its last...

Termas de la Virgen is the thermal baths most popular with the locals in Banos Ecuador, but they welcome visitors with frienddly waves

Still ragged from my bout with altitude sickness in Chugchilan, Ecuador, I dragged my weary bones off the bus and headed directly for my hostel when I arrived in Baños de...

Horseshoe Falls at Niagara Falls, Canada

I spend most of each year overseas in developing countries where the cost of living is a fraction what it is in the United States. Each return to the States requires...

Gorgeous sunsets and strange cloud formations are commonplace over Lake Champlain

The weathered mountains of upstate New York undulate like an enormous sea serpent. It descends into the valley, dipping its dusky blue-black tail and shimmering green coils in and out of...

The most interesting thing I could find to write about Creel is that it’s home to the worst hostel I’ve ever stayed at. Other than taking a quick stroll through the...

Plunging an amazing 411 feet, Upper Whitewater Falls in southwest North Carolina is the highest waterfall east of the Rockies. Located in a fairly rugged, little-visited area, the upper falls are...