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Baja Whale Expedition. Every year, from November to April, the southern Baja peninsula is a playground for gray whales, humpback whales, and whale sharks. The gray whales & humpback whales migrate more than 10,000 miles between their summer feeding grounds in the Arctic and the coastal lagoons of the southern Baja peninsula, where the females give birth. Meanwhile, on the opposite coast, the Sea of Cortez is a feeding ground for the elusive whale shark who migrate there to feed on plankton. Whale watching is a unique experience in Southern Baja and perhaps the most extraordinary wildlife encounter you’ll ever experience!
Have you ever experienced a coffee tasting? #tbt
On our 2017 travel club trip to Costa Rica, we visited a coffee plantation. We were the first tourists to ever visit this facility, which is the largest distributor of coffee in the entire country.
It was an incredible experience to learn how coffee is grown and the process it goes through before getting sent out to the rest of the world.
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Swimming with whale sharks, known as the "Gentle Giants," can be both a humbling and exhilarating experience.
Whale sharks are the largest fish in the ocean, averaging approximately 40 feet long and weighing up to 20 tons and they can live to over 100 years old. They are filter feeders, which means they don't have any teeth, rather they open their massive jaw span to scoop up krill and plankton. 🐳
Whale shark tourism has exploded over the past few years, so in order to ensure you have a safe experience for yourself and the whale shark, check out our post-https://adventurepeople.net/swimming-with-whale-sharks/.
Did you know the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany is the inspiration for Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom?
📷: Helmut H. Kroiss
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Have you visited Sagrada Familia in Barcelona?
This large unfinished Roman Catholic church is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Spanish architect, Antoni Gaudi, transformed this project in 1883 with his architectural style combining Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms. Gaudi devoted the remainder of his life to the project and he is buried in the crypt. At the time of his death in 1926, less than a quarter of the project was complete.
In 1936, revolutionaries set fire to the crypt and broke their way into the workshop, partially destroying Gaudi's original drawings and plaster models, which led to 16 years of work to piece together the fragments of the master model. It is still under construction to this day with an expected completion date of 2026.
If you happen to visit Barcelona, Sagrada Familia should be at the top of your list of sites to see.
Here are some tips to help you plan your visit:
1. Book your tickets online in advance - We recommend booking a least 5-7 days in advance in order to make sure you get your desired day and hour.
2. Take a guided tour - The guided tour with tower access will show you everything you need to know! If your budget doesn't allow you to do one of the guided tours, we recommend at least getting an audio guide experience.
3. Visit during sunset - The interior of the cathedral is mesmerizing during sunset with the beautiful golden light reflecting from the countless stained glass windows.
4. Make sure you allocate enough time for the visit - We recommend you leave at least an hour and a half for your Sagrada Familia tour if you want to discover the cathedral without rushing.
5. Visit Sagrada Familia Towers (if they are open) - We definitely recommend buying a ticket with Tower access included. Sagrada Familia has two facades with towers - the Nativity Towers and the Passion Towers. The Nativity Towers are the oldest ones and the only ones Gaudi himself helped with the construction.
6. Wear appropriate clothes - Sagrada Familia is a church after all and you should dress modestly when you visit.
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10 Reasons Why You Should Become a Digital Nomad in 2021:
💥 Choose your own office - Whether it be a co-working space, or a palm-thatched bungalow on a tropical beach, you choose where you work.
💥 Choose your own hours - While it takes some discipline to set your own hours and stick to a routine, as a digital nomad, how you structure your time is completely up to you.
💥 Maximum variety - Nothing strifles creativity quite like doing the same thing over and over again.
💥 No more commuting - More than 50% of people who have a 9-5 job resent the daily commute and the number is even higher for people in big cities.
💥 More time for leisure - Most digital nomads rate having more time for leisure as one of the top perks of the freelance lie, and being somewhere interesting means maximum opportunities for new adventures.
💥 Less stress - Being a digital nomad means being your own boss, setting your own hours, and spending time with the people you enjoy spending time with.
💥 No dress code - As a digital nomad, you can wear what you like, when you like, whether that's your pj's, board shorts and flip-flops, or tailor-made suits.
💥 Personal development - Being able to choose your own direction means plenty of opportunities for personal development.
💥 Business skills 101 - Learn to manage your time and financial affairs.
💥 See the world - With the wireless lifestyle made possible by digital technology, you can set up almost anywhere, and move camp when you fancy a change of scenery.
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