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Shanna Ungate
Beaches, snorkeling, ceviche, jungles, caves, Mayan sites, Pina Coladas and more!
Forrest and the birds of the Galapagos Islands
Author
Haley Rowell
Highlighting my travels through the Ecuadorian highlands and the legendary Galapagos Islands. Our first tastes of South America, Guinea Pig, and the finals of the FIFA World Cup.

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Typical beachfront restaurant in San Juan del Sur Nicaragua
Author
Jenny Johnston
Careli Tours Nicaragua recently received the Central America Award to the Tourism Excellence Without Borders.  The Minister of Tourism of Costa Rica, Wilhelm von Breymann, presented the …
An aerial view of Cape Town
Author
Jenny Johnston
South Africa Tours: 3 Action-Packed Trips Under $3,000 You may be thinking about taking a trip to South Africa soon, and who could blame you?  After all, the Rainbow Nation of South Africa is …

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Argentine pesos and US dollars
Author
Jenny Johnston
As if you needed ANOTHER reason to visit this beautiful country, there is now even more incentive for US travelers going to Argentina!  The exchange rate for the Argentine peso to the US dollar …
Kayak the clear blue waters of Belize
Author
Jenny Johnston
Central America provides a diverse playground of jungles, beaches, volcanoes, mountains, and pristine waters.  Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Belize provide the perfect backdrops for an active tour. …

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Rios Tropicales Lodge
Author
Jenny Johnston
One of our Costa Rica accommodations was recently recognized for their commitment to sustainablity.  Rios Tropicales Lodge received the "Level 4" Certification by the National …
The iconic feet of the Blue-Footed Booby
Author
Jenny Johnston
A brief history of human impact on the Galapagos Islands The Galapagos first appeared on maps around 1570 with various explorers making stops but never settling on the islands.  Whalers and …

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Project Homeless Connect
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Amanda Ceaser
Project Homeless Connect (PHC) is one of my most favorite events in Missoula. It is literally a one stop shop for Missoula’s homeless community to take advantage of more free services than I …
Furoshiki Holiday Wrapping
Author
Julia Kocubinski
Furoshiki is a form of traditional Japanese cloth used to wrap and package things. So what better way to wrap your holiday presents sustainably? As a board member of …