Adventuring

Jamaica

I’m not a Mom. Yet everyone in Jamaica thought I was. My friend and I learned that when standing next to each other, one might indeed think me a Mama. She is petite and sported a frilly bikini, I’m Amazonian and donned a Marilyn Monroe bustier one-piece. “Is she your daughter?” men would ask. “No, […]

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The peaceful nature of Nepal’s three million inhabitants stands in stark contrast to the jagged peaks of the Himalayas, the primary reason why thousands of adventure travelers visit Nepal every year. Tourism in Nepal is a vital industry, the evils of which manifest in the abundance of counterfeit trekking gear in touristy Thamel, Kathmandu. However, […]

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Jet d’Eau in Geneva

This fountain in Geneva is a sight to behold, shooting water at 1360 horsepower and at 200km/hr. It’s an iconic site in the city, located where Lake Geneva meets the Rhone river. Some people prefer to stay dry and watch from a distance, while others walk by for an afternoon shower.

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Ziplining Adventure

I never miss a chance to get up in the air whenever possible. Ziplining is one of those great experiences that makes even those who are afraid of heights, smile. Here’s a clip from a recent ziplining excursion at Alpine Adventures in New Hampshire.

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Trapeze School

Many adventures don’t involve leaving your home state. But they may require your leaving the ground. In Reading, Massachusetts, you can take a break from furniture shopping at Jordan’s for a flying lesson with their Trapeze School. The trapeze artists are flexible daredevils with mad upper body strength. Bring on the circus!

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