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First Time In Vietnam // Part 3 // What I learned

dragon-bridge First time in Vietnam - In front of the Dragon Bridge
The first thing I noticed about Vietnam is that the days there don't last twenty-four hours. You can wake up at seven a.m., eat breakfast, explore the market, get a massage, and shop at Bến Thành for a couple hours and only ten minutes will have passed. Maybe it's the heat (the humid heat) or maybe it's the compact living style (you ...
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Ride Across WA For Refugees | Was It Worth It?

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Tears streamed down my face, spilling out underneath my sunglasses. "Are you okay?" my friend Kelly asked. I could only shake my head. No, I was not okay, I couldn't feel my left hand, it had gone numb so I couldn't shift and I just wanted to quit. I stood there straddling my bike in the hot sun, trying ...
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Part 2: A Closer Look at Elephants & People in Zimbabwe

Conservation trips in Zimbabwe
In the second part of this Closer Look a Zimbabwe I'd like to share our conservation efforts that are an integral part of our new Water for Hwange Safari  departing June 2019 and how you can be a part of it. ( Check out Part 1 if you haven't already read it) Our Water for Hwange Safari  is a special opportunity to be immersed into a ...
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Part 1: A Closer Look at Elephants & People in Zimbabwe

A Closer Look at travel to Zimbabwe
​ "They are coming here next to go after Zim's elephants," he said. "It's a mafia network of spies with connections at all levels of society. We're ramping up to do all we can to stop them." I was at the Victoria Falls airport a few years ago on a custom safari in Zimbabwe when I unknowingly struck up a conversation with an attaché of the U.S. emba...
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ATM Caves - Entrance to the Underworld

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"You're very lucky," our guide, Patrick, told me when he picked me up in the morning, "the ATM caves have been closed due to flooding for the past two weeks and just reopened this morning." Surprise and relief washed over me, the ATM (Actun Tunichil Muknal) caves were the main reason I was in the Ca...
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