Adventuring in Botswana – Stuck in Customs

3 December 2019 : Tuesday Dec 2019 : Tuesday See More Photos of:&nbsp&nbspBotswana, Camera Gear, Sony a6400, Travel World Animal Population I thought this little graphic animation was kinda interesting! Animals Population Comparison 🐕 from educationalgifs Daily Photo – Adventuring in Botswana Male lions may be the laziest animal of all. I just looked it up to confirm and they literally sleep 20 hours a day. It does make me think about the nature of sleep… I think when you sleep, you get into another world.…

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Reinstate Ban on Elephant Ivory and Elephant Trophies

November 15, 2017D ear Mr. Sheehan, I am deeply dismayed by the news today that your department has reversed a ban on the import of ivory and other elephant trophies in the United States from Zimbabwe and Zambia.   Americans are deeply opposed to this ban reversal, and their case is much better supported than the case put together by the Department of Fish and Wildlife Service.   In fact, 98% of all U.S. citizens oppose laws which support the import of ivory into the United States.   As acting…

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The Best of Key West Florida – 20 Fun and Unique Things to Do

Key West is a little corner of Florida that transports you to the islands. We may not be out of the country, but it does feel like we’re vacationing in the Caribbean. It makes sense considering Key West is closer to Cuba than the US mainland. This was our third visit to The Florida Keys, and now that we’ve thoroughly explored it, we feel confident sharing the very best things to do in Key West and beyond. This isn’t just a list of the usual Mallory Square and Jimmy Buffets…

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A favorite podcast interview with Kevin Rose – Stuck in Customs

2 December 2019 : Monday Dec 2019 : Monday I was in Portland a few months ago and met up with Kevin and stayed at his place. While there, we recorded a podcast for his show. We had a great discussion that I hope you enjoy! Alan Watts Video by Trey Ratcliff Speaking of Kevin Rose, we first met via this video I made. He ended up adding it into “Oak,” a meditation app he created. Source link Travel News

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Habana Vieja and the Little Farter

For three centuries, Havana was a sort of center of commerce between the new world and the old world. It held a massive shipbuilding center, and was a stopover for gold-laden ships en-route to the Spanish motherland.  It was, as you can see from the Malecón, impenetrable. A French Pirate had easily plundered Habana Vieja in 1555, burning the place to the ground on his way out.  That’s a compelling incentive to fortify. Those fortifications protected the city, for the most part, for the next two hundred years. In 1762,…

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