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PostPosted: October 15 18, 12:45 pm 
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AWvsCBsteeeerike3 wrote:
What kind of adventure?


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well [expletive], direct flights to Iceland from STL are about to end
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PostPosted: October 15 18, 5:47 pm 
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I like the idea of a cold weather vacation. Snowmobiling in Yellowstone? Maybe Dec is too early.


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lukethedrifter wrote:
I like the idea of a cold weather vacation. Snowmobiling in Yellowstone? Maybe Dec is too early.

Crikey, I'd rather take the 18 hour flight in a mid-row seat on Oceanic Airlines to Sydney and back than snowmobiling or whatever it is one does in Montreal in January (the locals stay indoors AFAICT).


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Michael wrote:
AWvsCBsteeeerike3 wrote:
What kind of adventure?


Outdoors stuff like hiking, etc.

Costa Rica is a perfect example expect we've already been there.


Rio is a great time...beaches or hiking and camping. And it's never cold there.

https://www.viator.com/Rio-de-Janeiro-tours/Hiking-and-Camping/d712-g9-c35


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PostPosted: October 15 18, 9:08 pm 
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CardsofSTL wrote:
Michael wrote:
AWvsCBsteeeerike3 wrote:
What kind of adventure?


Outdoors stuff like hiking, etc.

Costa Rica is a perfect example expect we've already been there.


Rio is a great time...beaches or hiking and camping. And it's never cold there.

https://www.viator.com/Rio-de-Janeiro-tours/Hiking-and-Camping/d712-g9-c35



Santiago, Chile might be a good call. Mountains nearby. Beaches nearby. Wine country nearby.

Not so close are the fjords, Torres del Paine, Punta Arenas et al.


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PostPosted: October 15 18, 10:59 pm 
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lukethedrifter wrote:
CardsofSTL wrote:
Michael wrote:
AWvsCBsteeeerike3 wrote:
What kind of adventure?


Outdoors stuff like hiking, etc.

Costa Rica is a perfect example expect we've already been there.


Rio is a great time...beaches or hiking and camping. And it's never cold there.

https://www.viator.com/Rio-de-Janeiro-tours/Hiking-and-Camping/d712-g9-c35



Santiago, Chile might be a good call. Mountains nearby. Beaches nearby. Wine country nearby.

Not so close are the fjords, Torres del Paine, Punta Arenas et al.


Fun fact: Santiago, Chile is one of only two airports in the world where you can board a flight to Easter Island. The other airport is Papeete (Tahiti).


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Just booked a business trip to Mexico City for late January. I am both nervous and excited.


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PostPosted: December 17 18, 4:39 pm 
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Freed Roger wrote:
Machu Picchu.

Also - bike tour in Cuba


Mrs. Gashouse and I have a milestone anniversary in 2019, so we are starting to plan a kid-free vacay. Our Spanish skills are basic, so how possible is it to travel to Cuba without a group/ tour guide?


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PostPosted: December 17 18, 10:16 pm 
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Gashouse wrote:
Freed Roger wrote:
Machu Picchu.

Also - bike tour in Cuba


Mrs. Gashouse and I have a milestone anniversary in 2019, so we are starting to plan a kid-free vacay. Our Spanish skills are basic, so how possible is it to travel to Cuba without a group/ tour guide?


I know a guy who has made several low cost trips to Cuba. Definitely did not use a tour guide. I’ll see him tomorrow night and ask for some tips.


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