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R400, Mogale, 1911, South Africa
This is one of the richest paleontology sites in the world. These sites team with scientists uncovering hominid fossils aged as old as 2 million years. It's incredible to stand, watch, and reflect as our ancient ancestors are being unearthed....
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University Corner, Jorissen St & Bertha St, Johannesburg, 2050, South Africa
An amazingly curated museum, the Wits Art Museum, fondly referred to as WAM, hosts a stunning collection of contemporary and traditional African art. It's located in a bright and airy space and feels relatively undiscovered. My favorite piece was...
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65 Ntemi Piliso St, Newtown, Johannesburg, 2001, South Africa
The site of an old power plant, it has been turned into a beautiful modern building used for events and entry to the HQ for AngloGold Ashanti.
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In Dubrovnik, you have to walk the walls. It's a must. Not only for stellar views over one of what is arguably one of the most beautiful old cities in the world, but also for the friendly faces you might find. Like this one. My friend Katie...
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RT 8, Morondava 619, Madagascar
Having driven from Morondava to this remote row of Baobabs 45 min out of town, I took this picture at sunset as the day came to an end. I thought why not come back tomorrow for sunrise so at 4 in the morning we arranged a driver to take us in the...
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Farm Frauenstein 277, East of Windhoek, Transkalahari Highway, Namibia, Namibia
While traveling with researchers from N/a'an ku sê as we searched for a collared wild cheetah, I noticed the incredible abundance of animals in this region. Large herds of springbok (pictured here), oryx, zebra and ostrich still barely filled the...
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Tikitiki, New Zealand
Growing up as a little boy in Tikitiki New Zealand, I never appreciated how beautiful the church was that I went to Sunday School at. It wasn't until years later, returning on a tour of the East Coast, that I truly understood how blessed I'd been....
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Gorges du Todgha, Tinghir, Morocco
Todra Gorge takes a while to get to but is well worth the journey. If you have time, stay the night, wait for the moon to come up as the sun goes down and see the gorgeous colours of the red-hued cliffs across the remains of the day.
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6230 Predjama, Slovenia
This treasured country is phenomenal Though this castle by far was the most impressive and seemingly almost undiscovered by the world. And I appreciate why. I felt like ( sadly) I was in a James Bond movie and this was the grand lux hotel. The...
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Upolu, Samoa
These three little boys caught my attention after following me around for 10 minutes as I was exploring a nearby village. Fascinated by the stranger in their midst - and looking like they were up to some sort of mischief - these future Samoan...
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San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta Region, Chile
The northern parts of Chile, just outside of San Pedro de Atacama, offer adventure travel I had never yet heard of before. Not ever seeing anything like this dry South American desert, every minute had me in awe. At the base of this 18,000+ foot...
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Whakatane, New Zealand
There's a secret place at the end of the road in a small New Zealand town called Whakatane, where, should you visit there, do so at sunset and make sure you have a hearty meal of fish and chips to pick away at as the sun goes down. If you're lucky...
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Havana, Cuba
Each time I return to Cuba, I visit Eduardo (aka Hemingway), and I am usually loaded up with fishing tackle and hooks, seemingly trivial items which cost way more than Eduardo's pitiful monthly pension of $13. He can usually be found with his pipe...
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Getting to the White Continent isn't easy. Ask anyone. So after a 3 day sail from South Georgia Island with nonstop 30 foot waves and seasickness that had me begging for mercy, this little guy welcomed me into his world of solitude and stillness....
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2710 Sintra, Portugal
Sintra is every storybook fairy tale that you've ever seen or imagined, brought to life. After a 45-minute train ride from Lisbon, you are transported to a land of times past: an entire city in the hills filled with castles, moats, palaces,...