Hawaii, USA – April 1999

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When visiting Hawaii, the active lava flow on The Big Island is not to be missed. I recommend planning on staying in Volcano National Park overnight to get the best lava viewing. I’ve found good camping in and right outside the park 1 mi. toward Kona on the right. Also cabins for rent cheap. Call […]

Hawaii, USA – May 1999

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Today I’m going to let you in on a local secret. An awesome hike through some of Hawai’i’s most beautiful scenery to an incredible one hundred yard waterfall. The Big Island gives up her treasures reluctantly. But when she does, what a show! The coolest thing is, the trail is blasted out of vertical rock, […]

Kodiak Island, Alaska – April 1999

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Most visitors to Kodiak are from Alaska, they’re drawn by the excellent sport fishing and hunting. There’s no road to Kodiak so you must fly or take the ferry, which adds to the expense of visiting, so we don’t get many visitors from outside. Kodiak is the second largest island in the US. You could […]

London, England – April 1999

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New This Month ABBA! The long awaited musical “Mamma Mia” is premiering April 6 at the Prince Edward Theatre. Check out the web site at http://www.mamma-mia.com. For a complete listing of the west end, visit www.albemarle-london.com. Great Eats Khans Tandoori Restaurant in Bayswater (13 Westbourne Gro)- it’s loud and cramped, the food is cheap and […]

Paris, France – April 1999

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There are just some things in life that should not be missed, and having no feeling in your legs after all the stairs in Paris is just one of them! No wonder cellulite is a 20th Century invention. A classic city such as Paris surely did not have electronics taking it’s citizens to glorious views […]

Profiles of the Founding Members

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Profiles of the founding members of BootsnAll.com Sean E. KeenerDirector of Boots Sean exposing himself to new experiences Sean grew up in Chicago, Illinois and began his journey in 1994 with a year of study at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. His studies and travels there inspired him as he met travellers from […]

Rafting the Apurimac River, Peru (1 of 2)

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The challenges of a 3 day white water rafting trip

Rafting the Apurimac River, Peru (2 of 2)

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The challenges of a 3 day white water rafting trip

The Shan State of Burma and North Thailand – April 1999

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Where’s that? Click here to find out Maesai is a great place to base yourself from because of the surrounding sights to see. Burma, 300 meters away from the King Kobra Guesthouse & Inn, and Laos only 30 kms away, at the golden triangle. There are several caves to explore and hilltribes that perhaps no […]

Tucson, Arizona – April 1999

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Now, for those of you who may tire of the barren extremes of the desert, relief is merely a short jaunt away. Within an hour from the center of the city, you can be up to 8000 feet in elevation, surrounded by pine trees and all the greenery you desire. A drive or bike ride […]