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Beautiful images from Madagascar

In December , my family and I took a trip across northern Madagascar, the world’s second-largest island country after Indonesia and home to diverse animal species found nowhere else on the planet. The country is made up of the main island of Madagascar, the world’s fourth-largest island, and several smaller islands. We started on the island of Nosy Be, off the coast of the main island, and ended at the main island’s northern port city of Antsiranana, visiting three national parks along the w...
Tags: Travel, Indonesia, Washington, France, Africa, US, Norway, Madagascar, Ecuador, Indian Ocean, All, Palm Beach, Jane Goodall, Candice Walsh, Diego Suarez, Antsiranana


Visit Athens

Athens has gone through economic strife in recent years, but the difficulties have only served to strengthen the spirit, and encourage the creativity of Athenians. With its booming food scene and its rich history, Athens is seeing a second awakening in the cultural world of travel. For more couple travel advice, follow Collette and Scott at Roamaroo. 1 The Acropolis is an ancient citadel built on top of a hill in Athens. Built in the 5th century BC, the Acro...
Tags: Travel, Greece, US, Nike, Athens, Greek, All, Scott, Acropolis, Collette, Candice Walsh, Katie Scott Aiton, Athena, Syntagma Square, Plaka, Roamaroo


Iceberg Alley: How to visit the Ferryland iceberg

Two days ago, photos of an iceberg in residence off the coast of Newfoundland went around the world. Candice Walsh sees what the fuss is all about [Author: Candice Walsh]
Tags: Newfoundland, Candice Walsh


people and culture of the Transkei

The people in the photographs below are from a remote region known as the Transkei, in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province. This region and its people have become ingrained in my memory. Philip Nix is landscape photographer born in Savannah. Now based in New York City, Nix has shot in Iceland, Asia, and South Africa. Find more of Nix’s work @thenaturistman. 1 The Transkei region, formerly a semi-autonomous republic under South Africa’s apartheid, is home...
Tags: Images, Europe, Photography, New York, New York City, Africa, South Africa, Nelson Mandela, Hawaii, Pictures, Miami, New Mexico, Bernie Sanders, Traditional, Indian Ocean, Durban


Financial Case Study: Candice Walsh – Writer, Blogger, Social Media Manager

In this series, we’re exploring the various careers of world travelers, and how they make ends meet financially while living abroad. Yes, financially sustainable full-time travel is possible!   Candice Walsh of FreeCandie.com is a freelance writer and blogger who is currently based in Berlin, Germany. She has been on the road in one form or another since 2010, and has figured out how to make a living no matter where she is. Learn more about her career and plans below.   How long have you been l...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Berlin, Newfoundland, North America, Amex, Mastercard, Financial Case Studies, Financial Case Study, Berlin Germany, Candice Walsh, TFSA


Captivating portraits of Indian women show beauty across generations

MIHAELA NOROC IS A Romanian photographer who captures beautiful portraits of women around the world through her project The Atlas of Beauty. Her latest series is focused on the astonishing diversity of Indian women. Many women living in India face great challenges and discrimination, but they are also an extraordinary example of strength and beauty. If you want to find out more about Mihaela’s work, you can follow her on Instagram and Facebook. 1 A young Hi...
Tags: Florida, India, US, Turkey, Islam, Travel Photography, Goa, Delhi, Mumbai, Black Sea, Bernie Sanders, Rockies, All, Amritsar, Chennai, Jason Wire


I paraglided 10,000 kms across Canada. Here are the amazing things I saw

1 First person to paraglide across Canada. Photo: After a lifetime of dreaming of, and taking baby steps towards my ultimate dream, in 2009 I proudly became the first person to fly across Canada under a paraglider and set a new world distance record in the process. Numbers aside, the most significant thing about this project was the incredible beauty I found while slowly floating, day after day, across the amazing landscape. ...
Tags: US, Canada, Atlantic, New Brunswick, Whistler, Alberta, Columbia, Saskatchewan, All, Ontario, Adventure Photography, Paragliding, Adventure Sports, Jason Wire, Cathy Brown, Nic Haralambous


8 POV photos from the Canadian Rockies sure to fire up your inner explorer

Editor’s note: The Canadian Rockies range from southwestern Alberta to southeastern BC, and move into the US over the borders of Idaho and Montana. At 3954m (12,972ft), Mt. Robson is the highest peak of this range (although not the tallest mountain in BC). The second highest peak of the Canadian Rockies is Mount Columbia in Alberta at 3747m (12,293ft). This is the tallest mountain in that province. Much of this area is protected by national and provincial parks and is a popular destination for o...
Tags: Montana, US, Canada, Idaho, Whistler, Istanbul, Alberta, Rockies, Jasper National Park, All, Canadian Rockies, Outdoors Photography, Jason Wire, Scott Sporleder, Robson, Athabasca Glacier


AT#296 - Travel to Newfoundland, Canada

The Amateur Traveler talks to travel blogger Candice Walsh about St Johns and her her home province of Newfoundland (and Labrador). "In my opinion Newfoundland is maybe the most underrated unappreciated province in Canada". [Link to media]
Tags: Canada, Newfoundland, St Johns, Labrador, Candice Walsh, Newfoundland Canada