Taking the Dive Against Debris Specialty Course with Project AWARE

This post is a contribution from Project AWARE Foundation written by Hannah Pragnell-Raasch, Program Specialist. Project AWARE mobilizes scuba divers to protect the ocean planet one dive at a time. Its Dive Against Debris Specialty Course educates divers on how to remove and log marine debris to prevent its detrimental effects on marine life and advocate for policy and prevention around the world. Hannah takes us through her experience in the course.

Guide to Traveling Well in Rhode Island

If you look closely, you’ll see the Ocean State is a traveler’s dream and a history buff’s heaven: Its natural terrain and geography provide countless outdoor activities for vacationers and adventurers alike, its restaurant offering satisfies every foodie’s curiosity, its art scene produces and attracts top creatives, and its history of deeply-rooted dissent leaves no question that general American badassery originated here.

10 Classic American Road Trips

Nowhere has US culture and travel collided more perfectly than on the classic American road trip. With iconic pieces of the country’s history and pristine natural preservations paralleling the yellow and white lines dashing across the map, hitting the open road is not only one of the best ways to see America, it’s one of the best ways to live and breathe it. From scenic coastal byways to remote stretches between national parks, these 10 classic road trips will take you through some of the most iconic locations around the country.

Letters from the Cinque Terre

Four years ago, Allen received a letter from Alexa about her experiences hiking the Cinque Terre. He daydreamed that one day he could actually be there with her, and after their recent three-week honeymoon in Europe, he can gladly say he has. This is his letter back to her.

Ireland in a Pint: Touring Dublin’s Historic Guinness Brewery

Just a few steps inside the Guinness Storehouse at St. James Gate Brewery, a sense of its history and grandeur is overwhelming, starting with the 9,000 year lease signed by Arthur Guinness in 1759 displayed in a glass seal in the floor. Circling above the seal are seven floors connected by an interweaving network of escalators and turquise steel beams, rising higher and wider in an atrium the shape of a pint glass. From the ingredients that go into the iconic dark ruby pints to its transportation to the rest of the world to its signature advertising, each floor takes you through a piece of Guinness history. But the best stop of all is at the top.

Destination Fit: 10 Awesome Fitness Events Worth Traveling To

    Travel and fitness make quite the pair. Why not kill two birds with one stone by accomplishing a fitness goal and exploring a new destination at the same time? The attraction of a stellar location will help carry you through a tough training program and across the...

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