Is Seattle, Washington Worth Visiting?
The Emerald City From the vantage point of other parts of America, Seattle Washington, sitting on the edge of the Puget Sound and Pacific coast, appears to be a city with a shitload of problems. Regardless of whether you’re a Mariners or Seahawks fan, through the lens of the mainstream media, Seattle, with a population… Continue reading Is Seattle, Washington Worth Visiting?
The History of Mountaineering on Everest
The Roof of The World Mt. Everest in the Himalaya Range is probably the most well known mountain on Planet Earth. Nearly every person, regardless of culture or nation of birth, knows of the highest peak in the world. While the vast majority of people will never personally witness its towering slopes and majestic glaciers,… Continue reading The History of Mountaineering on Everest
How To Be An Anthropologist
The Adventurer Scientist It is safe to say, that Anthropology as an occupation and endeavor, gets a pretty bad rap nowadays. Called a useless college degree by many, including writers in Publications such as Yahoo-education, who ranked it thirteenth in their top twenty useless degrees. Former Florida Governor Rick Scott even attempted to rid colleges… Continue reading How To Be An Anthropologist
The Explorer’s Guide to Northern Ireland
Population:1.9 million (2021 est)Language:EnglishCurrency:British PoundDemographics:97% White, 3% otherReligion:52% Protestant, 43% Catholic, 5% otherSlang:”Face on ye like a Lurgan spade” (You don’t look very happy)Highest Point:Slieve Donard 2,796ftCapital:BelfastGovernment:Northern Ireland Executive (Devolved Government under The UK) The British Empire’s Oldest Colony The six counties of Northern Ireland, historically known as Ulster, constitute the British Empire’s oldest province.… Continue reading The Explorer’s Guide to Northern Ireland
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