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Joan Larsen’s Travel: Living With Giraffes – An African Dream

April 25, 2018

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By Joan Larsen I left Africa that first time, believing a journey into its wild places would be a one-time thing.  I was so wrong.  The animals – more than anything else – remained in my heart.  They called me back — in those unlikely moments when we stop,  looking back on life and the […]

Joan Larsen’s Southern California Dreaming – The Allures of Vacationing in Glorious San Diego

April 18, 2018

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By Joan Larsen   Spring is definitely in the air . . . and, if you are like me, you avoid the packed highways of summer travel, knowing that a far less crowded season awaits either Spring or Fall– with all the hidden delights that California seems to pull out of its sleeve for the […]

Joan Larsen’s Most Unforgettable Countries: Wildly Wonderful Norway

April 11, 2018

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By Joan Larsen Life holds the most unexpected surprises, the forever memories, to those who are open to them.  Isn’t that true?  But, on this day of astonishing splendor that, truly, only a few countries in our world can offer, this journey — to the edge of the world that was Norway —  had been […]

Joan Larsen Discovers a Ghost Island – A Look Back at the Indian Ocean’s Ross Island, Abandoned and Overtaken by Nature

April 4, 2018

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By Joan Larsen My dream in life:  chasing down the most remote islands on this earth.  The small dots on any map are many; my determination has been great.  Getting there has been an adventure.  Once ashore, the fear of getting lost, falling into holes, being chased by creatures far larger than I – well, […]