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Torres del Paine - Update from the Field

Torres del Paine - Update from the Field
  Our group celebrates the first night in Torres del Pain South America Program Director Kirsten Gardner spent the past month leading a group of hikers through Patagonia on one or our special anniversary trips! She's back in the office now and we will posting bits from the blogs she wrote while on the road every few days (internet connection to upload photos can be sketchy down south!) A cloudy day with Los Torres behind us   After two days of exploring the cities of Santiago and Valparaiso (highlighted by earthquake tremors on the first evening!) our group of ten hikers was ready to hit the trails in Torres del Paine National Park.  Patagonia’s famed natural beauty and unpredictable weather did not disappoint. In three days we experienced torrential downpours, clear nights with perfect views of the Milky Way, cloudy mornings, 70 degree afternoons without a cloud in the sky, perfect...
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If Anne has a story about India, does India have a story about Anne?

If Anne has a story about India, does India have a story about Anne?
Traveling with Anne in India was like being with a celeb. At first everyone went crazy for her hair, and then they discovered her heart. Indians are so fun, friendly and extroverted, they are totally unabashed about asking Anne to take her picture with them, as much as Anne asked for their picture with her. So, who knows if Anne has a story about India any more than India has a story about Anne. Let the pictures tell the story... Keeping it wild,   Kurt Kutay   Learn more about trips to india      

Bollywood and Animal Rights at Amber Fort

Bollywood and Animal Rights at Amber Fort
India is full of surprises and always more than what it appears. It was a beautifully sunny day when we arrived at Amber Fort and in the open courtyard inside the main gate it was glistening with sparkles and banners of glorious colors and full of flashy dancers: it was a Bollywood movie set and the upbeat music blared as the chorus of dancers were rehearsing a musical number. In the background of the set elephants were carrying tourists up the hill sauntering back and forth behind the movie set, and between Bollywood sound tracks the sing-song of wooden flutes could be heard as snake charmers coaxed rupees from tourists for their side show. Bollywood is by design for our entertainment and the spectacular set in the context of the grandeur of the fort was a beautiful site. And from Bollywood to Hollywood, the movie industry has taken great strides to...
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Faces of India 2

Faces of India 2
Here are a couple more interesting faces I found while traveling in India . Enjoy the many faces of India... Keeping it wild, Kurt Kutay

Faces of India

Faces of India
Here are a couple of wonderful faces i found wile t raveling in India . Enjoy the pics... Keeping it wild, Kurt Kutay
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