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Biking the World Most Dangerous Road

BOLIVIA | Tuesday, 4 Dec 2007 | Views [1107]

Close your eyes and imagine rocky roads, passing under heavily cascading waterfalls, 1000m sheer cliff drop offs, on a road just barely wide enough for a truck to drive it, with no extra space for a slip of the tire or an animal to pass.  Yes, we ... Read more >

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Walking on Molten Lava

GUATEMALA | Sunday, 7 Oct 2007 | Views [3151]

"Poke your walking sticks firmly into the hardened lava, and step carefully," says our guide, in Spanish, as he guides us across the hot, crisp, hardened lava fields. Black shards crackle under the weight of our feet. There's somebody's ... Read more >

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Corrida de los Toros

GUATEMALA | Tuesday, 2 Oct 2007 | Views [2492]

I'm twelve feet off the ground, straddling a shaky wood fence, wedged in between some local girls who lured me up to this prime viewing spot to watch the bulls with them.  The bulls, about to be converted into plato típico this evening, stand dumb-foundedly ... Read more >

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A Rope & Harness, 27M Waterfall, We Feel So Alive!

VIETNAM | Tuesday, 17 Jul 2007 | Views [3547]

Dalat is an outdoor adventure sport enthusiasts dream.  The climate, the mountains, rugged landscape and spirit of the people have all come together to develop a great outdoor sporting infrastructure... so many cool things to do, so little time.  We chose ... Read more >

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The Tubing Phenomena

LAOS | Monday, 18 Jun 2007 | Views [929]

Vang Viene is known for it's tubing industry. Specifically, tourists come from all over the world to sit in a large black tire inner-tube, and float down the swiftly moving Nam Sung River. There's over 10 different companies that rent out the tubes ... Read more >

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"Hard" Means Potentially Hazardous to Your Well Being

AUSTRALIA | Wednesday, 21 Feb 2007 | Views [782]

We finally realized what 'hard' degree of difficulty means on the national park trek rating scale.   We set out to climb "Frenchie" (Frenchman's Peak) today in Le Grand National Park.   The sign categorized it as 'hard' so we got out the ... Read more >

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