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​Frequently Asked Questions on New Cuba Travel Restrictions

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Updated: June 4, 2019 Sources: Cuba legal experts, Department of the Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), New York Times Trump's recent pronouncement to impose new restrictions on travel to Cuba will not have any consequential impact on our trips there. Although there will be a few hotels we may not be able to use any more, there are m...
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Adventure Therapy in Colombia

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I've been working in adventure travel for over 25 years and while I'm an expert on travel, I have to admit that I still get nervous when I go on a trip. Every trip becomes a form of therapy for me. Growing up in my native Costa Rica I was not very social. I was socially awkward, an introvert, pretty much avoiding stran...
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Adventure Therapy | 4 Ways to a More Soul-filling Trip

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 "The hikes in Peru were beautiful, remote, and challenging. It was refreshing to not be surrounded by other tourists, to be in nature and to be off the beaten path " - Karlis R. Wildland Alumni The joie de vivre and rejuvenation of a well-planned trip is when travel becomes "Adventure Therapy." As travel writer Pico A...
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Revitalize your body and mind in Patagonia

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"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves." - John Muir Having just returned from Patagonia, I am reminded how a hike through the woods can revitalize my m...
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Break away from routine in mystical Bhutan

Break away from routine in mystical Bhutan
Need to get away from an often-intense life, especially work? Well here's your chance with a trip to Bhutan! In the 60s the counterculture slogan was "Turn on, tune in, drop out". Now it's 'turn off (tv), turn off (internet), turn off (phone)'. It's certainly not easy when you're in the mix of things, juggling work along with home and social activi...
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