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During my visit to Loboc I visited a well-known tarsier conservation area that I had looked forward to seeing for years only to later learn that in doing so I had unwittingly contributed to an unethical business. Read on to avoid making the same mistake I did.

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Most travelers pass through Bangkok at some point. Being in the city, however, does not mean that you have to stay in the city. These are three fantastic one-day outdoors excursions for short-term visitors.

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A massive avalanche tore across the route between camps one and two on Mount Everest, which can have more than 50 climbers on it at certain times of day.

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Recently, it seems that Pause the Moment has become one of my biggest sponsors through their contests…

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We enjoy travelling among strange cultures and pushing our bodies in outdoors activities because we love exploration and adversity. In overcoming adversity, we prove to ourselves, time and time again, that we are not confined by social norms nor limited by our bodies. Overcoming adversity makes us feel free.

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In 1963 Will Unsoeld and Tom Hornbein’s made a historic traverse of Mount Everest, the first traverse (climbing and descending by different routes) of any Himalayan peak. To do this they had to ascend Everest’s treacherous West Ridge. This year Conrad Anker and Corey Williams plan to recreate that expedition.  In this video Mark Jenkins, climber and award-winning author, gives the pair a “50:50 and chance of summiting or dying”.

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An insightful, intelligent, and totally worthwhile video debate about the state of the environment made by Skype.

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