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Galapagos 2 for 1 Specials! And reduced single rates.

Have you always wanted to see the Galapagos Islands? Now is your chance to see it at reduced rates while travelling in comfort on the Santa Cruz. Explore Eastern or Western Islands of the Galapagos and enjoy the spectacular wildlife. … Continue reading

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Galapagos – No Single Supplement

Travel to the Galapagos on board the Legend Galapagos Twin Share Guarantee! Are you a SINGLE traveler wanting to visit the Galapagos Islands? When you travel to the Galapagos on board the LEGEND you pay NO SINGLE SUPPLEMENT!* *For select … Continue reading

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Peru Special Bring your Friend for Free – 4 tours to chose from

Intrepid Travel have an amazing sale on 4 of their Peru Trips, departing from Jan – Sep 30 2012. Must be booked by Mar 31 2012, while space is available. Visit Cuzco,travel to Machu Picchu – by foot or by … Continue reading

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Barry Kemp updates from Amarna – Egypt

News from Amarna, May 2011 I see that my last report was dated 26th February, and was written with the optimism that flows from a crisis just passed. Within a few days of arrival at the expedition house, seemingly with … Continue reading

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Bloor West Egyptologist brings “Archaeology Alive”

  Renowned Canadian Egyptologist Gayle Gibson is profiled in this Toronto neighbourhood newspaper article by Laura Ranieri – Archaeology Alive.

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Archaeology Alive

Join Laura Ranieri as she guides you through Egypt along the route of Your Journey’s Archaeology Alive trip. The trip, scheduled for January of 2012, is being led by renowned Canadian Egyptologist Gayle Gibson.  Click here for trip details.

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Japan invites you.

There are few countries and cultures that have had an effect on the entire world. Sure there are the Ancient Egyptians and Ancient Greeks, the Romans, the Chinese and the Europeans during the age of exploration and colonization; but these … Continue reading

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I took Mother Nature to Japan

I grew up with Mother Nature. Well, maybe not THE Mother Nature, but it sure seemed like my mother was – and continues to be – some corporeal manifestation of Mother Nature. As a kid growing up in the countryside … Continue reading

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Slippers on – slippers off, Chanting for your breakfast..

When I was researching the Japan “research trip” I stumbled upon Mount Koya, or Koyasan, and came across the following entry in wikitravel : About half of the over 120 temples in town offer lodging for pilgrims, known as shukubo, in Japanese. … Continue reading

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Would you eat sushi for breakfast?

Would you eat sushi for breakfast? Before you answer that question, allow me to set the scene for you… Wake up early – 6 a.m. early – and travel by train and subway to the Tokyo Fish Market. Walk past … Continue reading

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