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56 Days in Botswana

Posted by Michael Raymundo on 21st Sep 2017

This past summer, I embarked on a truly life-changing experience when I left home and flew halfway around the world to Botswana, where I would stay for two months living in the African bush working with an organization called Wildlife ACT on wildlife conservation. They’re associated with Wildtrax Explorations, which my university (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) accepts as part of their study abroad program. I first arrive...
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Lewis N. Clark is Selected as a Top Outdoor Blog

Posted by Ashley Atkinson-Leon on 15th May 2017

Lewis N. Clark has been named a top outdoor blog by CreditDonkey for 2017. From their website: At CreditDonkey, we're constantly shopping for the latest outdoor gear. And as part of our research, we've come across so many bloggers out there who share this passion. Some are as useful as a canteen without water. Instead, follow the bloggers below for the very best tips and observations from the great outdoors. Lewis N. Clark's blog is pac...
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Visiting Hiroshima Peace Park, Miyajima Island, and Himeji Castle

Posted by Ashley Atkinson-Leon on 4th May 2017

When people come to Japan, they often focus on the largest or most well-known cities such as Tokyo or Kyoto, but there are some other great historical sites and scenic places to visit as well. Here's what we recommend.HiroshimaYou'll find a variety of accommodations in Hiroshima, and our hotel seemed luxurious compared to the sparse youth center that we stayed at in Tokyo. We had individual bathrooms and showers, a fridge, TV, tea set, alarm ra...
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