Touching the Salt-Sea Kayaking in British Columbia
Feb06

Touching the Salt-Sea Kayaking in British Columbia

In Preparation for our July kayaking trip off the west coast of Vancouver Island, we pack plenty of water repellant gear. It rains over 200 days a year in this Pacific Temperate Rainforest, dropping over 200 cm of precipitation annually. The trees boast a mystical green lushness, many draped in clumping and hanging mosses. Along with abundant ferns and lichens, epiphytes are a part of a rainforest’s natural regeneration process....

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Luxuriously Wild-Secret Hideaway Retreats in Costa Rica
Feb06

Luxuriously Wild-Secret Hideaway Retreats in Costa Rica

On your next travel escape you might like to consider an adventure away from the ordinary, where you can feel the pulse of nature, rather than the roar of motor engines. We discovered Costa Rica to be an ideal destination where you can walk outside to your own cabin, instead of staying in a room … behind a door … off a hallway. In Costa Rica you can live luxuriously wild, immersed in a simple environment where you can...

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