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Backpacking

Xi’an and the Terracotta Army

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Xi'an Terracotta Warriors by Alex Berger

Before I was born my parents launched a program which paired archaeologists with high school kids eager to learn through a hands-on exploration of history. Though they had retired from the field by the time I came along, many of our close family friends, including my godmother, were archaeologists or historically inclined. That exposure ignited my imagination and passion for ...

Backpacking

Ngorongoro Crater in Photos

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Safari Alex Berger - Martial Eagle

The final leg of my wonder-infused 9 day safari through Tarangire, Lake Natron, the Serengeti and Ngornogoro Crater started with a long drive across the Serengeti’s empty plains.  From tree-less flatlands, the ground gently began to slope upwards as we made our way towards the remnants of an imposing volcanic cone. Before long scrub-brush gave way to vegetation as the road ...

Europe

Denmark 101 – Danish Fashion Sense – Episode 8

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Danish design and fashion is famous the world over…yet, it isn’t exactly what you’d expect…

I’m far from a fashionista, but in this video I discuss some of the characteristics that shape the Danish fashion sense with a particular focus on 20-30 something Danes.

Want to start at the beginning of the series? Jump to episode 1.

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