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Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Ecuador’s Captivating Colonial Mountain Cities – Quito and Cuenca

A Two Part Series of Discovery (Stay-Tuned) My first visit to Ecuador was nearly eight years ago. My trip at that time focused on experiencing the magnificent Galapagos Islands on Ecuador’s Pacific Coast; the islands are truly an eco-paradise, easily one of the world’s greatest treasures that should be on everyone’s bucket list. But Ecuador is

Monday, October 10th, 2011

Organic City Escape: Hudson Valley

Escape the busy city to a place of simplicity: Buttermilk Falls Inn, a 75-acre estate that combines history, modern elegance, country charm, and green amenities. A perfect example of the accommodation trend of Agritourism, Buttermilk Falls Inn maintains...

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Glamcamping at it’s Finest

You deserve a break. A break that includes chickens, organic cooking, and getting in touch with nature. Feather Down Farms “is the most unique vacation experience you’ll find in the U.S.” You stay at one of their...

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

A New Adrenaline Rush in Micronesia

For you thrill seekers, there is a new draw to Palau, Micronesia, which has been called the 8th wonder of the world. The recently opened Eco-theme park features the only zip-line in Palau. The three-course zip-line soars...

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Girlfriend Getaway to Costa Rica’s Wild Side

Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, home to the region’s wildest coastline, is the ideal location for an adventurous girlfriend getaway. This itinerary provides the perfect blend of active pursuits and luxurious indulgences away from the crowds. Check out...

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

Inspiration: Rainforest Romps on the Road to Nowhere

by Allison Neves Have you ever been out in the middle of nowhere? Seriously. I mean a place so remote that if you didn’t leave a detailed itinerary with someone regarding your exact location that you would...

Sunday, May 31st, 2009

San Diego Harbor Excursion Greens its Fleet with Massive Eco-Friendly Engine Overhaul

Project Successfully Reduces Overall Nitrogen Oxide Emissions by an Unprecedented 22 Tons per Year In 2001, before the green movement was on the radar of most local businesses, San Diego Harbor Excursion voluntarily initiated a series of...

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