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#CityAdventures Los Angeles for Health-Seeking Travelers

Los Angeles for Health-Seeking Travelers Beyond the glamor of Hollywood, Los Angeles has another reputation. It has to do with the healthy lifestyle. How is it that so many people are fit and good-looking? Well besides the year-round beautiful weather luring people outside to follow their workout routines, there is another factor at play. Healthful …

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Via Ferrata Madness in Quebec: Walking on the Iron Road

So, let’s talk about via ferrata. How many of you have done it or even heard of it? The first time I got to know this foreign concept was while translating Sabah Tourism’s website from English to Korean back in 2014. The tallest mountain in Southeast Asia, Kinabalu Mountain is one of the only places …

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Incomparable achievement of Mayan Art: Palenque in Photos

Palenque in Photos Even when I barely knew Mexico as a tourism destination, the name Palenque sounded familiar. Rightfully so, it’s one of the most important sites for Mayan history. The city of Palenque in Chiapas state was a Maya city in southern Mexico that flourished in the 7th country. The ruins date back from …

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Cascada de Roberto Barrios: An Open Secret of Palenque

After spending an afternoon in the jungle of Palenque, what do you do? You’re soaking wet from sweating, and the air is so thick and heavy it’s hard to even breathe deep. On a day like this, there’s nothing like swimming in the waterfalls. Other than visiting ruins of Palenque, I didn’t have much plan …

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Coyote Canyon Adventures

Coyote Canyon Adventures: Practicing Moving Meditation

I’ve always secretly wanted a pair of cowboy boots. Is it just me? There’s just something special about cowboys. We knew it ever since we watched movies about the Wild West. They are mysterious, rough, and masculine. I’ve always liked the cowboy hat. I don’t look good in caps but I can do cowboy-style hats. …

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Runaway Photo: Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah

Sunrise at Dead Horse Point State Park Dead Horse Point State Park features a dramatic overlook of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park. Millions of years of geological activity created this view. It’s amazing to see what nature can make in a long period of time. Deposition of sediments of oceans, freshwater lakes, wind, …

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