Perched high on a San Diego desert hillside, a cave with a trove of indigenous history awaits -- if you can find it.
Terry Romp, a former sustainable food sourcer in the States, now retired expat, plants roots in Costa Rica to live a simpler lifestyle that is more in tune with nature.
For centuries the Sami people have populated the northernmost regions of Scandinavia. They call their home Sapmi, frequently crossing the plains with their reindeer in a nomadic lifestyle.
A freediving spearfisher who hunts tuna bit off more than he could perhaps chew, in dangerous conditions in the Gulf of Mexico. A first-person account.
With radios coordinated and quiet water ahead, adventure, whales, porpoises, sea otters, eagles, stunning channels and vista await.
Visitors will find a rare-looking, 70 million year-old untouched land with rock formations and wildlife in this anomalous European landscape.
The surfing taking place in Texas is obviously not the totally radical ocean surfing that you’ve seen on your Instagram feed, but inland surfing in man-made pools with machine powered waves.