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Posted by iWanderWhy | 24 July 2016| Americas

Recently back from a trip to the Caribbean, Jamaica was our island of choice. I often wonder what inspires greatness – and being in Jamaica made me a see a whole new perspective of how people can be easygoing in the typical sense of island life, and yet this is the place that has made some of...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 19 April 2015| Europe

Here are my top reasons why a trip to Cappadocia , Turkey makes SO much sense if you love adventure, food, history and off-beat trips: Surreal Landscapes Ok, so you probably won’t make it to the moon in this lifetime. But Cappadocia will do just as nicely – it has lunar landscapes that are the result...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 24 February 2015| Australia

“The only things worth collecting in life are experiences.” I can’t recall where I read that, but it’s a quote that I will always recall. I will recall it when I plan a trip, when I’m on one, and every time I have an overwhelming urge to buy something I can do without. A recent...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 17 February 2015| Antarctica, Plan a trip

Inspired by pictures of Antarctica?  For most travelers, stepping onto the 7th continent is a once-in-a-lifetime dream come true. As one of the last true wilderness areas on earth, the largely untouched Antarctic offers the world’s greatest concentration of wildlife. I highly recommend Quark as the right expedition company to journey with into the Antarctic…their...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 12 February 2015| Fellow Wanderers

Fill this form to know more about yourself as a traveler. Once you fill this out, we can provide you with custom offbeat itineraries to suit your style and needs:   https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kttd1DvTFMMBHDZ2Ievc723OOI2pmrQzo6UAGe7xTj8/viewform

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 19 January 2015| Antarctica

We used the following guidance from Quark Expeditions for our packing: Outerwear Long and short-sleeved shirts Pants Fleece or wool sweater Light, water resistant/proof jacket Underwear Shorts and swimwear Footwear Sturdy shoes or hiking boots, comfortable for walking Socks – synthetic “wicking socks” and thicker hiking socks Additional Items Daypack Sun/rain hat Rain poncho Sunglasses...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 19 January 2015| Europe, Fellow Wanderers

I had the good fortune of spending around 45 days in this beautiful city, on work. The Capital of the Czech Republic(CR) may have an arduous and broken past, but it’s present is a beautiful amalgamation of Eastern and Western European cultures and lifestyle. The thing that stands out most about Prague are the people-...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 19 January 2015| Antarctica

Here is a short video we put together on our once-in-a-lifetime trip to Antarctica. Enjoy! http://iwanderwhy.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/The-Frozen-Continent.mp4

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 14 December 2014| Antarctica

The Antarctic opens up in early November for expedition ships. Each season brings a different experience and wildlife behavior. The entire season runs from November to early March. NOVEMBER:  Early summer in Antarctica. Expect to see a lot of winter pack ice that is beginning to melt. You will see very little exposed rock. This...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 04 December 2014| Antarctica

Preparing for Antarctica (Part 1): Preparing for a journey to the Antarctic is super exciting. This IS the journey of a lifetime, and needs months of planning and slowly building up your savings reserves to make this journey. I recommend you start planning at least 8-10 months in advance to make sure you have everything...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 31 October 2014| Africa, Europe, Fellow Wanderers

Turkey has always been one of my favorite destinations to visit and somehow over the last couple of years , we never got around to going to Turkey.Rather there are so many beautiful places to visit and little time and of course our ‘ money tree’  harvests notes and coins but it also gets over...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 24 October 2014| Antarctica

A dream that we have been chasing for over 4 years now is finally coming true. IWanderWhy announces its Antarctica Expedition in November 2014. We will be posting LIVE updates as much as possible but for now, here is the itinerary to the place that has been visited by less than .02% of the world’s population. EXPEDITION...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 15 October 2014| Asia

I’m fascinated with history and conquests and kingdoms and palaces. In India, there are several places where you will find ruins with interesting stories. But none as beautifully maintained or preserved as in Udaipur. Udaipur Udaipur is a beautiful, romantic city bordering the Thar desert in Rajasthan. Surrounded by the Aravalli hills, it is a valley dotted...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 05 October 2014| Europe, Fellow Wanderers

Quick associations with Cyprus… tax haven, Mediterranean island, beaches, wine, meeting point of east & west. My association with Cyprus now is all this & more. The country has had some history since the neolithical times including it being the birthplace of Aphrodite. Cyprus to us was an amazing blend of eastern mystique meeting western...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 02 October 2014| Australia

The leaves were turning golden red, the sun was setting earlier than usual. We were in Sydney at a time when Fall was in full glory and winter was waiting to get in. We had a weekend to spare away from our busy city sightseeing, but this wasn’t the time to head to the beach....

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 23 September 2014| Africa

Of all the Islands in the Indian Ocean, I always found the Seychelles to be the most mysterious, out of reach and somewhere I’d never find myself – and that’s why I really wished I could go there! I sighed and shared this random thought with a couple of my colleagues over lunch one afternoon....

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 21 September 2014| Asia, Fellow Wanderers

SCCCREECCCH!!! Tsewang had just brought the Gypsy to an abrupt halt. “What is it this time? Has the spare wheel come loose and rolled down the mountain again?” I asked myself. ‘We’ were on our way to Rangdum. The Gypsy we were in could easily have been the most rickety contraption mankind could have stepped...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 17 September 2014| Europe

Salzburg offers two very different sort of musical experiences – Mozart and The Sound of Music. Salzburg is Mozart. You will find him everywhere – keychains, seals, books, pens, chocolates, magnets, you name it. I got so caught up with the hype around Mozart, I forced M to sign up for a Mozart concert the...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 16 September 2014| Asia, Fellow Wanderers

Suzdal is one of the ancient cities that form the ‘Golden Ring’. A must do for anyone who goes to Moscow and can spare 2 days. Suzdal is a lovely little town, stuck in time… There are no tall buildings, everyone lives in wooden cottages, there is a small city center, lots of churches and monasteries,...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 14 September 2014| Asia

Pictures from our recent trip to Bali. We stayed in Seminyak, but managed to do quick day-trips to Ubud and Jembaran. This was right after the kite festival. Hope you enjoy these photo snippets! Photo Set: Bali_SemenyakBali_KuDetaSunset @ Rock BarBaliBalinese aquariumSea Food BaliSunset at Rock Bar, BaliKecak Dance, BaliBaliBaliBaliBaliBaliBaliBalinese TempleRice Terraces_BaliBali_KitesBaliBaliBali

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 14 September 2014| Australia

Christchurch. May 2011. Our base to start off a road trip around South Island, New Zealand. We’ve rented a car and are driving around the city looking for a landmark, when we stop to check. “Oh, this is underground now”. Underground? We ask. You mean, we need to take a subway? “No” he says. “the...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 14 September 2014| Asia

The Reunification express from Hanoi to Da Nang – North to South Vietnam. It sounded so majestic!  I started imagining a train like the Palace on Wheels in India, interiors done up in colonial style, great food and service as we chugged along great views. First reality check. Getting tickets on this train wasn’t a...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 13 September 2014| Asia

Halong Bay is a surprise. Leaving the bustling, noisy, historical capital of Hanoi and driving through small villages, along lush paddy fields and towards the coast, you start believing that you know what Vietnam is all about. It’s conical hats, round Chinese lanterns and cylindrical rice paper rolls. It’s pagodas in lakes and lakes in...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 13 September 2014| Africa

“Unhhh”, “UUUUUUNNHHHHH”. The lions were serenading us. It was my birthday and our host Kjell had laid out a lovely dinner for us in the verandah of our room. It was pitch dark, and the pride of lions were just about 30 feet away. I knew there was no way they could make it over...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 13 September 2014| Africa

After a bone rattling week-long drive around Kenya, we were ready for resort comfort and relaxation in beach town Zanzibar. Breezes, our resort in Zanzibar was a long drive from the airport- and took us 1.5 hours to get there. Once you’re at the resort, you can forget about going anywhere else. It’s just too...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 03 September 2014| Africa

We’re well into our second course at the beautiful Afrikaan kitchen at Augusta de Mist Inn in Swellendam. Henk and Mitchell, our gracious hosts are making sure we are well taken care of. Tonight is not the night they usually open to serve dinner guests. But for us, they have made an exception, because of...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 03 September 2014| Africa

‘The White Masai’ – A book I’m desperately looking for at the Nairobi Airport. It has been a week in the Kenyan countryside and the sights and sounds have been overwhelming. It’s a lot like my own country where colors are bright, voices are loud and traffic is insane. But I’m looking for this book...

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Posted by iWanderWhy | 03 September 2014| Europe

Somewhere the whole concept of playing chess in a bathing suit was not making sense to me. Sure, I had heard of chess boxing before – a bizarre game where you smash each other’s nose, and promptly proceed to sit down and play a game of chess, pretending none of that happened. It was when...

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