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The best way to explore a destination is to walk it. And if your destination is Japan, Walk Japan is who you want to explore it with. This tour company is all about authenticity, sustainability and fun! Georgina Wilson-Powell takes a closer look.

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No matter how many times I blinked, I couldn’t clear the fog from my vision to see the hulking mass that was barreling toward me. Six foot waves were closing in on us from the right side of our kayak. I jabbed my paddle into the gut of the wave as it toppled over us. Pulling hard on the handle, we sailed up through the top of the wave and rode down behind. Shaking from fear and nausea, I braced myself for the struggle ahead...

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Tszkin Ng has traveled around the world finding tiny subjects to photograph. Dive into this hidden world that belongs to amphibians, arachnids, insects lizards and other tiny rain forest inhabitants.

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There is a place where the sun is warm, the breeze is plentiful, the food is wholesome and the adventure is endless. Escape with contributing writer Kelly Campbell as she sails around Zanzibar on simple sailing boats called dhows. 

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The United States is warming up after a cold winter and small towns across the country are celebrating! Contributor and travel writer Tava Hoag visited Newburyport, MA over Memorial Day Weekend and was met with special summer delights.

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Tszkin Ng may not be a professional photographer, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at his photos. Tszkin travels around the world finding tiny subjects to photograph. We met him in Costa Rica photographing frogs.

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The Simien Mountain National Park is a 50 square mile stretch of land that is home to rare Ethiopian wolves, walia ibex, and gelada (red-breasted baboons) as well as hundreds of other species of animals and plants.

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Deep in the heart of northern Guatemala’s dense rain forest, atop the largest pyramid of the Mayan world, lies one of the most spectacular vantage points on earth. Leaving modern civilization behind, Kevin Dimetres set out to scale its peak and see the world through the eyes of ancient kings.

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Camels are the chosen beasts of burden for the deserts of North Africa and the Middle East. Why then, as a photographer in San Francisco, did I feel like one.

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Castile Soap is the duct-tape of our toiletry supplies and Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap is the "cream of the crop" in our book. Find out all the wonderful things you can do with it.

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