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    The Gaucho Way

    Authenticity and adventure find their way into almost every marketing strategy of today’s tour operators. As the word ‘tourist’ has become a pariah of travel literature, would be frequent fliers are demanding experiences rather than sites, interactions over observations and unique in place of popular. With demand leading the charge, it is quite easy to […]

    February 19, 2012 7 Comments Travel
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    A Very Berry Kiwi Christmas

    The best thing I took away when I was learning how to cook like a Cambodian was a new friend: Kate. Kate’s contagious laughter and ability to make fun of herself is instantly endearing, especially at moments such as when the chef asked her if she was attempting to make chocolate cookies when hers came […]

    January 12, 2012 2 Comments Travel
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    Project Phurba Sherpa

    I first had my doubts about our Sherpa guide Phurba when I enthusiastically asked to take picture of him and Heather upon our arrival into Lukla on the first day of our trek through the Himalayas and he looked less than thrilled to be there. After a couple of days of being left alone on […]

    October 27, 2011 5 Comments Travel