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Interview with Joshua Berman on Rolf Potts.com

Interview with Joshua Berman on Rolf Potts.com Several times over the last few months we've called out the site of Joshua Berman Tranquilo Traveler for its compelling writing about India and other far off places. Berman seems to be in India now, following in the footsteps of Buddha. Rolf Potts did an interview with...

DiCaprio Buys Island

DiCaprio Buys Island OK, maybe this is old news for some folk, the ones who follow all this star stuff so closely, but it was news to me. Leo DiCaprio of Gilbert Grape fame (my favorite movie of his), has bought himself a little slice of tropical heaven. For a mere $2.4 million, Leo purchased...

The "On the Verge of Discovery" Caribbean

The The Caribbean...as it once was before mass tourism choked it. Authentic local experiences, no American chains and a feeling of discovering a place few others have seen. If you haven't hit ports of call like these yet, says the San Francisco Chronicle, you better get off...

Eco Fun for Divers and Land Lubbers Alike

Eco Fun for Divers and Land Lubbers Alike MSNBC has a great story up right now from Sport Diver magazine about 10 amazing "eco wonderlands" which will excite divers and land lubbers alike. Their top choices include the waters and wilds of Dominica, Tobago, Belize, the "Maya Riviera" and good old American Maui....

Great Kayaking Gallery

Great Kayaking Gallery I am a Nat Geo wannabee, so I am always on the lookout for folks who are really making a living shooting outdoors. Joel Rogers provides a glimpse of his amazing sea kayaking photos at Great Outdoors. From Japan, to Crete to Belize, the series is really wonderful. Rogers is...

Peter Hughes Liveaboard disaster relatives interviewed

Peter Hughes Liveaboard disaster relatives interviewed It's old news but it's still worth reading about. On October 8th, 2001 the Peter Hughes Liveaboard "Wave Dancer" was in Belize docked in a protected bay. At the urging of the local government, as Hurricane Iris blew into Belize, numerous liveaboard boats moved into the...

Coppola's Cabin in the Jungle

Coppola's Cabin in the Jungle My guess is it probably offers better accomodations than Colonel Kurtz' bamboo prisoner cell (remember, where Marlon Brando dropped Chef's head into Martin Sheen's lap?). Francis Ford Coppola's Blancaneaux Lodge is nestled in the jungles of Belize in Central America. He...

Mental Wanderings

Mental Wanderings The folks over at Mental Wanderings do indeed wander. Check out this web log that chronicles, in parts, Will and Jen's ten months of travel in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, the US, and Europe. They have a striking photo section on their site, categorised by location - and while...

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