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How Dr. Lehman is Saving Lives on Africa’s Lake Tanganyika…



Just how MASSIVE?

Lake Tanganyika is:

  • the world’s second largest freshwater lake, containing nearly one fifth of all the world’s fresh water;
  • divided among four countries including Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, and Zambia; and
  • home to 12 million people!

Dr. Amy G. Lehman sums it up perfectly…

It’s the most important part of the world that you’ve never heard of.

And she should know.

Dr. Lehman is the founder of the Lake Tanganyika Floating Health Clinic that has provided medical outreach to 350,000 people along Lake Tanganyika and counting.

Learn how Dr. Lehman and her team are saving lives on Lake Tanganyika…


Sherry Teaches Travel at the Iolani School in Hawaii…

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The Iolani School, in Honolulu, is a prestigious private school for grades K to 12.

With over 1,800 students, the Iolani School is one of the largest independent schools in the United States.

But the best part…

They take a different approach to education by inviting guest teachers to expose the students to different professions and views on life.

In 2014, Sherry Ott had the honor of becoming the first ever travel blogger and digital media professional to teach the students about how to travel, being flexible with their future, living in the present moment, and how they can make their own way in life.

Learn how Sherry made a HUGE impact on the students at the Iolani School and how teachers (and parents) can incorporate travel in education anywhere in the world…


Mary’s No-Nonsense Guide of Things to do on Oahu…

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Pop quiz:

What Hawaiian Island is known as “The Gathering Place“, is the third largest Hawaiian Island, and is home to the Honolulu International Airport?

  • A. Kaui
  • B. Hawaii (aka The Big Island)
  • C. Oahu
  • D. Maui

Answer: Oahu.

That’s right.

With well-known features such as Waikīkī, Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay, Kāneʻohe Bay, Kailua Bay, and North Shore, there are tons of things to do on Oahu.

And Mary Hickcox should know.

Mary spent six months on Oahu, knows the island as both a tourist and local, and shares her insider secrets on things to do on Oahu…


New Zealand Travel Secrets from Anne’s Ultimate Road Trip…

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What do you know about New Zealand?

Lemme guess…

  • New Zealand is primarily made up of two main islands, the North Island and South Island;
  • New Zealand’s indigenous people are known as the Maori;
  • New Zealand was where the Lord of the Rings was filmed;
  • New Zealand has unique animal and plant life due to it’s isolation; and
  • New Zealand is home to kiwis – not the fruit, but the flightless bird.

Awesome.  You get an A+.

But did you know that one of the best ways to explore New Zealand is on a road trip?

Anne Lowrey shares her New Zealand travel secrets from her epic road trip from Queenstown on the South Island to Auckland on the North Island…


How to Volunteer in Africa with Village Experience…

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My journey to Kenya began as a Grad School backpacker in 2006…

Now, after more than 30 trips to this spectacular country, I am proud to call it my second home.  Kenya has captured my heart and with each return trip, I leave more and more of it behind.

I have read that,

You cannot leave Africa and then expect to be satisfied in ordinary living. You will have to continue doing extraordinary things, because you know what can be done in the world, and you know what you are capable of doing, and you know that, wherever you go, many lives will depend on your willingness to exercise your privileges and skills on their behalf.”  - Josh Ruxin 

To this I say, “Karibu Kenya” which translates to Welcome to Kenya.

To everyone who has ever thought of traveling to this country, you will be forever changed and forever grateful…