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Cheow Lan Lake

This is sunrise over Cheow Lan Lake in Thailand. We were staying the lake as part of a glamping Eco tour. The glamping allowed us the opportunity to wake up in nature, but did it meet the principles of Eco tourism? We explore that question in our latest blog post. There are over 40 pictures and four thousand words describing our elephant and lake tour in Khao​ Sok National Park. We are proud of this post and encourage everybody to go to our blog link in the IG bio and check it out.… Click to continue reading

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RIP Mila the Elephant

Sad news from San Diego. Mila the elephant was found dead yesterday. We had a chance to visit Elephant Hills in Thailand last December and experience the magic of elephants first hand and take this picture. San Diego Zoo runs a geriatric elephant program for elderly elephants, which is how Mila arrived here from the Franklin Zoo in New Zealand. Mila lived to be 44 (which is old for an Elephant) under the watchful care of the San Diego Zoo.… Click to continue reading

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Pura Vida

Pura Vida in English means, “Pure Life”. But these two words have much more meaning throughout the Costa Rican culture. Pura Vita can also be interpreted as “pure life”, “take it easy”, “enjoy life”, “all good”, “purity in life”, “hello”, “goodbye”, “this is life!” and many many more. .
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Pura Vida! Means that no matter what your current situation is, life for someone else can always be less fortunate than your own. You need to consider that maybe…just maybe, your situation isn’t all that bad and that no matter how little or much you have in life, we are here on this beautiful earth together.… Click to continue reading

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Reflections

By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest. -Confucius
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In your life experience which of these three methods have you gained the most wisdom from?… Click to continue reading

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Dakota Pipeline Protest-Washington Monument

The Sioux nation in coming to Washington DC. As a federal judge is weighing in on the Dakota Pipeline, activists are descending on Washington. This Friday, members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe are planning a two mile protest march from the Corps of Engineering to White House. I may have been early for the Cherry Blossoms but DC is still fascinating.
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Have you ever been to a sacred Indian place?… Click to continue reading

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