It’s National Parks Week! Here at RLT we’re pretty big fans of the National Parks, if you hadn’t noticed from our trip itineraries. I think that for a lot of us the meat and potatoes of our childhood memories often centers on that awesome (or I’ll allow for “boring!”) trip you took as
A recent article in the New York Times about photographing safaris got us thinking about our own experiences on safari. Two of our programs, Wapenduka and Hujambo, have safari sections. While there is a lot of focus on the photographic potential of safaris (a safari is such a once
What do all of these things have in common? They make for an amazing photograph or video and we’ve got them for you here!
It’s cold in Chicago and the thought of all the warm places we’ll take our participants this summer (hello Costa Rica and Panama!) are helping us keep the faith that
Editor’s Note: We’re thrilled to welcome 2011 Aloha Aina Hawaii Community Service alum Michael DeMattia to the RLT blog. Michael’s reflections on his time spent in Hawaii are pitch perfect, especially when he says, “Traveling to new places opens doors to new cultures and people, but it also opens up a part of ourselves. Dusting