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Month: March 2010

Central America

Traveling the Lonely Planet Trail

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It’s not something widely mentioned. However, get a few travelers gathered around a fire or in a circle at the hostel bar, and you’ll start to hear it talked about: the surprising regularity at which travelers run into each other. Often these reunions happen several times over the course of a trip, sometimes hundreds (thousands?) of miles ...

Central America

The Mayan Ruins of Tikal

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Hundreds of years ago a booming civilization fought its way to become a major empire with massive architectural achievements, sprawling cities, and a stunning system of roadways hacked through the lush jungle underbrush.  Each one of these accomplishments would be impressive, even by today’s technological standards and yet all of them combined and carried out over a ...

Two Announcements

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This week has been a great one! Two exciting things to share with you:  First and foremost – I’m in the process of putting the final touches on a new intro for VirtualWayfarer web videos.  You’ll find the intro at the start of the video attached above (first 10 second).

As always, I value your feedback and ...

The Arizona Travel Tweetup – In Review!

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Howdy all! Just got back from Tempe and the Xtreme Bean where I had the pleasure of kicking off the first Arizona Travel Tweetup.  I’m thrilled to say that despite busy March schedules we had a better than expected turnout – offering the opportunity to lay the ground work for a better organized Arizona travel community.

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