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New on the ArchaeoAdventures Vlog and YouTube channel – reporting on the Great American Eclipse from Seattle.    

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After experience this power celestial event today, it brought me back to my last total solar eclipse – Morocco. I wanted to hop on the interwebs to share with you this amazing event and how it compared to my last solar eclipse. In the tiny coastal town of Newport, Oregon thousands looked upward today at […]

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We were lucky enough to be almost in the path of the Great American Eclipse. It was quite the view! Below are a few photos from today’s 92% total solar eclipse, as well as a short video. Shot just north of Edmonds, Washington. Bonus points if you can spot the international space station (hint it […]

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Editor’s Note: From Genevieve’s Travel Field Dairy. Our founder and Chief Adventurista was leading our March 2015 Majestic Morocco tour and they were lucky to see the Total Solar Eclipse in the Sahara Desert. Below are her notes from that day and stunning photographs. On our March Majestic Morocco Tour we were lucky to be […]

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Dear Friends and Fellow Travelers, I recently created this Gear Guide: What’s In My Bag? video to share with you some of my best packing tips and gear. Over the years of traveling, I have develop and fine tuned systems for packing, as well as found some great gear that is essential no matter where […]

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Greetings from the field. I’m currently traveling across Peru researching the country, having a few adventures and misadventures and planning upcoming tours to this fascinating country. Peru is a diverse and rich country with some of the best cuisine in the world (they have been consistently taking top travel awards for best international food for […]

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When traveling there are many, many options on the kind of lodging to stay in. Beyond the traditional hotels, bed and breakfasts and hostels there are now homestays, housing swaps, renting a room or an entire apartment/house on a site like AirBnB, camping and campervans depending on where and when you are traveling. and there […]

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Menara gardens. Marrakech, Morocco.
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Morocco: Top 10 Things to Do in Marrakech Marrakech, the Red City of Morocco, is one of this North African country’s top destination. In this article we’ll share with you the very best things to do and see to make the most of your time in this vibrant, exotic city. With this Top 10 Things […]

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 I’d like to share a personal story about travel, photography, life and a wonderful online education company called CreativeLive. If you haven’t heard of CreativeLive, they are an online education company offering free live online classes taught by the leaders in the photography, videography, business and creative fields. CreativeLive has recently produced a short documentary […]

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Our free April Travel Newsletter is out to subscribers. Be looking for that in your inbox. And if you are not yet a member of our free monthly travel newsletter I invite you to join us here: http://eepurl.com/bbycd1

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Egypt’s capitol city, Cairo, is a “must see” stop on traveler’s itinerary. Whether 4 days or just 48 hours, Cairo has plenty to offer for a memorable travel destination. Nicknamed ‘The City of a Thousand Minarets’ for its skyline of mosque towers; Cairo is a hectic city always alive and thriving. It’s the city that […]

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Jerash, situated an hour car ride from Jordan’s capital of Amman, dates back to the Greek period. Known as Gerasa in ancient times, it was termed the Antioch on the Golden River and was the capital and largest city of the Jersah Governorate. Found by either Alexander the Great or his general Perdiccas around 331 […]

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Wherever your travel adventures take you – whether Dubai, Mumbai, Rwanda, London, Brazil, the US – travel is a power tool to make an impact. What you do, how you spend your money, how you educate yourself about a new place and people, who you hire, where you stay, where you eat, where you shop […]

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“A picture is worth a thousand words.” When I look at my photographs from Egypt they leave me absolutely speechless. They are emotions to me, not words. Egypt is my heart and soul. My experiences there have greatly defined me and I have learned so much about myself through these experiences. Travel is a tool […]

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Electrical Socket Adapters Morocco uses sockets type E and F – similar to European sockets. Americans and Canadians will need electrical socket adapters. In Morocco, the voltage is 220 V – 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. Most electronic devices have an adapter for the voltage and frequency built in, but check […]

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A look inside the wonderful culinary traditions of Lebanon. Once known as the Switzerland of the Middle East, Lebanon, particularly Beirut, is an interesting place to visit. From it’s ancient cities of Tyre and Bylos, to it’s rich culinary scene, to it’s winter skiing, there is something for every travel in this small country. In […]

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Smart Tips To Finding The Lowest Airfares Introduction to Finding The Lowest Airfares: Whether you’re traveling to the Middle East, South America, Europe, or wherever your travels take you (even Antarctica) good information and resources is crucial in planning an efficient and stress-free trip. In this age of the internet there is a wealth of […]

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Working closely with a group of highly knowledgeable, power-house local women tourism professionals across Morocco, Egypt, Turkey and Jordan (where we hope to expand to next) we aim to provide good paying tourism jobs to many local women guides, hotel owners, restaurant owners, shopkeepers, craftsmakers, and tour managers. We believe in empowering local women through […]

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Tourism in the age of terrorism and how the landscape is changing driven more by fear than actual dangers. How has your perceptions changed the way you travel? “But isn’t fear of terrorist attacks, rationally speaking, completely overblown? From the sober perspective of statisticians and risk analysts, the answer is yes. The probability of falling […]

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