Explore Adventure Travel And Tours – In Training As the New Rich – Noveau Riche

Explore Adventure Travel And Tours – You know, I would say that I travelled a pretty amazing journey. From the time I was 3 years old (about 46 and 1/2 years ago), I have undergone significant change. I was being primed, I’m sure! By “significant change”, I mean in those areas that are considered to be the most or separation of immediate family members (6 of the 8-having only my younger sibling with me all through to 18), geographical moves (25 places in totally different parts of Sydney by the age of 25). I had one 7 year stretch till I turned 32, then, once again, interstate and added another 12 addresses and a four months bout of “no permanent address”-yes, officially homeless.

But this is not a sad story-by no means! Aside from moving a lot, obviously I met a lot of different people too-from all manner of backgrounds. A much as I longed for emotional stability and anchors, I don’t think I ever realised, until now, just how much I loved the colour and diversity of this life path. I was a ‘shapeshifter’. I could fit anywhere and connect. I could adapt to multiple environments and moved between them easily. I became an expert at transition and observed people from all sides as they viewed the “others” with whom I felt an equal connection on some level. I experienced a great deal of contrast early in life that help me to sharply clarify dreams for desired alternatives.

I also had some fantastic opportunities to experience fun and unique opportunities. This has never ceased but I can see that my young life could be greatly responsible for my appetite to live life to the full and on my own terms. And like never before, I am viewing every single …

Horseback Riding In South America

One of active travel adventures in South America is home to an incredibly diverse range of experiences, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Adventure into the Amazon, party with the locals in Rio de Janeiro and experience the lost Incan world at Macchu Picchu – any kind of holiday that you want is waiting for you in South America.

For horse riders and those that want a bit of a different experience, an eco travel adventure on horseback is an excellent way to see the continent. There are a number of different popular locations and treks you can take – see some of these top destinations for horseback riding in South America.

Pantanal Wildlife Safari in Brazil

50,000 acres of land owned by the Lemos Monteiro family offers diverse landscapes, seasonal wetlands, thick forests and an active ranch. The Pantanal is both the largest wetland area and biggest ecological sanctuary in the world – a horse trek will immerse you in beautiful surroundings and bring you close to some of the native bird and wildlife like the thousands of egrets that visit the Correntoso River.

Chile to Argentina – Through the Andes

A 10-day trip and one of the best adventures on horseback in the Andes, you’ll start your journey amongst the snowy mountains and head east through the rain forests, ranges and past the lakes of Huerquehue National Park. Experience ‘living off the land’ as you build campsites and places to sleep each night, your safety guaranteed by expert guides. This trek immerses you in the landscape of two countries over 120 kilometres – an unforgettable journey.

Cayambe Reserve, Ecuador

The Cayambe Reserve is home to vast valleys and forests through which you can ride, as well as the Inca roads where you …

Travel Tab Adventurer – A Rugged Desert Outback Trek and Adventure: The Spur Cross Ranch Trail, Elephant Mountain Loop Hike

Travel Tab Adventurer – Plenty of sunny days, mild temperatures and absolutely beautiful weather is really what Arizona is most famous for with the fall and winter months being the peak season for attracting millions of visitors from all over the U.S. and the world each year. Here in the central and southern regions of the state of Arizona, the fall and winter months are especially popular and “primetime” for hiking and getting out to enjoy the gorgeous Sonoran desert scenery and rugged mountain vistas. If you’re looking for an excellent place to go within the Phoenix area that’s beautiful and serene, a little less traveled and off the beaten path, and if you’re up for a great work out and more of a desert outback trek and adventure then check out the Spur Cross Trail-Elephant Mountain Loop hike, the Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area, Cave Creek, Arizona.

The beautiful Spur Cross Ranch Conservation area just north of Cave Creek is absolutely one of my favorite places to getaway and hike without having to travel very far from Phoenix. It’s a beautiful yet very quiet and serene desert retreat where you can view wildlife, visit ancient Hohokam Indian Ruins, or just take in the beautiful desert mountain scenery. The Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area, which centers around the riparian habitat of Cave Creek, consists of roughly 2,154 acres of undisturbed desert wilderness territory bordered to the north by the Tonto National Forest and only began in 2004, so its not widely known or visited. I hike the mostly easy-moderate trail system at Spur Cross Ranch every year and when I saw that the TLC Hiking Group, led and organized by Eric Kinneman, was planning on hiking out to Elephant Mountain, a 7.4 mile moderate level hike and loop, I was …

Worldwide Travel Adventures – An Extraordinary Pool Hopping, Rock Sliding, Waterfall Adventure Canyoneering the Salome Jug

One of Worldwide Travel Adventures with scorching temperatures and blazing heat, yes, summers in Arizona are in deed extremely hot! However, did you also know that in Arizona you can find something to do in the great outdoors, virtually any time of the year, even during the summer? More than any other geologic feature, Arizona is an amazing land filled with many beautiful and remote back country wildernesses and gorgeous slot canyons and gorges scattered throughout the state. So, while temperatures may be heating up during the day in excess of 100 degrees in the desert, the month of June, before summer rain storms arrive, is actually an excellent time to go canyoneering and exploring some of these remote wilderness canyons and gorges, with many of them containing deep pools of cool, refreshing water!

Located in the Sierra Ancha Mountain range, northeast of Phoenix, is the Salome Wilderness consisting of roughly about 18,500 acres. Within the Salome wilderness following along the lower reaches of Salome Creek, you’ll find the “Jug”, a beautiful slot canyon, with narrow towering walls of pinkish-tinted granite stone, and along its approximately a mile stretch, many pools of deep, cool water! So if you would consider yourself to be at least a moderate-advanced level hiker and in relatively good physical shape & condition, and you’re up for more of a challenge, an extraordinary pool hopping, rock sliding, waterfall adventure, and an excellent intermediate level canyoneering hike I recommend, is the Salome Jug, at Lower Salome Creek, in the Salome Wilderness, Arizona.

On a beautiful Saturday morning, in early June, I met up with the TLC Hiking Club, led and organized by Eric Kinneman, at the Fort McDowell Casino, northeast of Phoenix, at 6 am. After all attending members had arrived, and after receiving a quick overview …

Nashville, Tennessee Food and Beverage Venues-Heaven on Earth

A modern Southern Food Restaurant in Tennessee is known for iconic foods and beverages of the area. For whatever reason, other areas of the United States are hard-pressed to serve up such delectable Southern food and beverage selections. Tennessee offers a bit of heaven on earth and their Southern cuisine is heavenly.

Nashville, Tennessee the country music capital of the world is also known for their own truly iconic foods. Nashville offers nearly a dozen tasty and tempting dishes that visitors to the area must try. The food venue in Tennessee is different and inspiring.

Popular Meats and Side Dishes Done the Tennessee Way

Some of these dishes, considered side dishes go together with the popular hot fried chicken meals such as sweet potato fries or fried pickles. Sweet potato fries are the first choice next to regular fries. The fried pickle favorite comes in many different varieties. You pick your favorite pickle. Macaroni and cheese are always a Nashville favorite served with country ham, catfish, and cornbread.

There is Only One Way to Serve Catfish

Catfish a favorite Tennessee meal comes any number of ways, depending on the restaurant of choice. Catfish are always fried and goes well with hushpuppies and sweet potato fries. Sometimes catfish is served with other fish dishes such as shrimp.

The Bushwacker, RC Cola, and Sweet Tea

Visiting any Modern Southern Food Restaurant nashville tn you will soon find that the popular drink of the day for adults is the Bushwacker. The Bushwacker has a rum base and includes many types of liquor. The Bushwacker is Tennessee’s brand of an adult milkshake and may attest to the fact that it is so very good. The Bushwacker is not the only popular drink in the area, as no meal is complete without homemade sweet tea …