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Happy Travelers

Happy Travelers

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 25, 2010 16

Smiling sightseers in Uganda, Africa. Big grins on the faces of tourists to Costa Rica. An enthusiastically clapping audience for the whales off the Mexican Baja Peninsula. Come to think of it, have you

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Lost Language Underground

Lost Language Underground

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 11, 2010 9

Tucked away for centuries in a remote corner of northeastern India, a rare language lives. According to reports from the National Geographic Society, the language, called “Koro,” has just been “discovered” by researchers from

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A Traveling Collection

A Traveling Collection

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 27, 2010 5

The boxes were probably no bigger than six inches by six inches by six inches, and I remember they were wrapped with white, sticky tape. One arrived in the mail every month, with the

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The Sea Lion and the Starfish

The Sea Lion and the Starfish

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 16, 2010 1

It seems that NatHab travelers overwhelmingly agree that animals like to play. After posting an article on the topic and a YouTube video of an elk playing in a mud puddle at Good Nature,

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Elk Plays Like No One’s Watching

Elk Plays Like No One’s Watching

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 2, 2010 3

Animals may not have invented play, but it looks like a mud puddle will trump work any day!

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Never Can Say Goodbye

Never Can Say Goodbye

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 30, 2010 7

That first ember of excitement you feel burning inside from the moment you decide it’s time for a new adventure is an invigorating feeling. From the initial destination-dreaming phase to signing the trip form’s

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