This baby Panda is laying down resting in between meals. Pandas eat for 14 hrs a day. They are vegetarians, they move slowly, are usually friendly and always incredibly adorable.
Archive | March, 2012
We are visiting Beijing, China for the first time and we are only here for one week. Naturally we’ve made it our mission to hit all the important landmarks of the city. This photo illustrates the amazing architecture of the 1600’s in the Lama Temple grounds.
View more Key West sunset and sunrise photos It’s difficult to get a bad picture of a Key West Sunset or Sunrise, especially during the winter months when it’s rarely cloudy. This Key West travel photo was taken in March, during a weekend getaway to the Florida Keys.
10 Unusual Things to Do in Buenos Aires Punta Ninfas (Spanish, “Nymphs Point”) is found in Patagonia, Argentina. Just opposite of Península Valdés the Point is about 90 km southwest of Puerto Madryn. Argentina travel is vast and varying, from the bottom of the world in Ushuaia Patagonia to the the Gaucho lands of Northwest […]
Top List of Things To Do in Quito, Ecuador Sea Lions practically lay on top of each other every night on the beaches of San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. During the day, they retreat to the water, except for a few that brave the heat by finding some shade. This sea […]
Top List of Things To Do in Quito, Ecuador During our tour of the Galapagos Islands, we were excited to come across a street food vendor making fresh empanadas. Empanadas are a food tradition present in most Latin American countries. Each country puts their twist on the fried dough snack, but Ecuador’s were always on […]
India travel has long been a favourite along the backpacking trail. Especially when travelling with a partner, the erotic temples in Khajuraho are a must on any agenda to this fascinating country. India Travel As an Indian woman, these temples define to me everything that is unique about India, everything that is beautiful and erotic. […]
Watch More Adventure Travel Videos Staff, crew and passengers of the G Adventures M/S Expedition ship were asked: “What one word comes to mind when you hear Antarctica?” Produced by JD Andrews of EarthXplorer.com. My favorite was, “Balance, one of the only places where the world is in balance.” Enjoy the show!