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Judi Jagger lives in Ubud, Bali Indonesia, and shares some of the many rituals and ceremonies that take place so often on this beautiful island.
Tromso, Norway, the northernmost city in the world, high at the very top of the long country of Norway. Enjoy the sun at midnight and skiing, swimming too.
A four-hour journey for a 90-minute visit to the Agawa Canyon Park might not seem worth it until you realize the journey is part of the experience.
In the Anza Borrega desert state park outside of San Diego, California, you can view dozens of sculptures of huge animals who once roamed this land.
Katarina Line tours offer sea and land excursions that will introduce tourists to Europe’s historical, natural, cultural, and gastronomical significance.
Taos is a famously laid-back city in New Mexico, where many nearby natural sites like Bandelier National Monument, Taos Pueblo and the Taos Plaza.
Champing, or camping in a church, is becoming more popular in Europe. An experience staying in one of the 12 churches in England open to campers.
The 400-mile haunted trail is filled with deep-rooted history that allows for a true experience of the ghastly paranormal world.
Antigua and Barbuda is a country in the Caribbean’s Leewards where you can snorkel, ride horses on one of 365 beaches. Antigua wasn’t damaged in Irma.
Hiking on the most popular trail in New Hampshire, the Franconia Ridge Loop, where you intersect the famous Appalachian trail and weather can be hazardous.
Initially founded as a Mission in 1724, the eclectic Mexican village of Todos Santos is Baja Mexico’s version of a fledgling Santa Fe, New Mexico.
From Couchsurfing to riding bicycles and walking, there are a lot of ways to travel the world for free. Teaching English and working abroad too.