The Worldwide Quest Blog
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Zebras: Not All Painted With the Same BrushBy: Justin Peter
While an almost ubiquitous feature of television wildlife documentaries filmed in sub-Saharan Africa, zebras generally play no more than a supporting or background role to their larger, fiercer or more abundant neighbours. Perhaps their resemblance to horses renders them too familiar to be generally considered as 'serious' lead players. Regardless, they possess their very own innate interest and t...
My Adventures in India with the Womens Travel NetworkBy: Debbie Ross
There is only one way to describe India: Incredible. Delhi is a big busy city full of contrasts, noise, colorful sights and sweet smells of incense in the air. Day 1: Arrive DelhiOur adventure begins with a drive through the Imperial city which was built by the British in the 1600's. There are wide avenues, large complexes with homes for the government employees and spacious parks wher...
Canadian Arctic Voyage Early Booking BonusBy: Laurielle Penny
In celebration of the finding of Sir John Franklin’s HMS Erebus, we are pleased to extend the early booking bonus for all One Ocean Expedition’s 2015 Canadian Arctic voyages.Book by October 31, 2014 and receive a US$1000 per person flight credit**subject to cabin availability at the time of booking and cannot be applied in conjunction with another offerExplore the Canadian Arctic with ...
Up-close and Personal with Big Cats in TanzaniaBy: Brian Ratcliff
Having lived with our house cat for nearly 20 years, I watched how he stalked his prey even if it was just a spider walking across the floor. In Tanzania, I was really keen on seeing some of his much larger cousins in their natural habitat. There are large cats in all of the parks and conservation areas we visit in Tanzania, but as our head local guide and driver Shaba said to me, R...
Classic Music in Vienna and PragueBy: Laurielle Penny
Our brilliant tour leader, Rick Phillips was the Host and Producer of SOUND ADVICE, the weekly guide to classical music and recordings, heard across Canada on CBC. He’s often a juror in the classical music categories for the Juno Awards. As well as broadcasting, for 30 years, Rick has been very active in the adult/continuing education field of classical music. Rick has selected th...
A Three-Toucan Day at TikalBy: Jean Iron
Toucans are a New World family of splendid looking birds whose enormous colourful bills are adapted to eating small berries and other fruit. Seeing all three species of toucans found in Belize and Guatemala was a common goal for the members of our latest tour there in March 2014. The conspicuous Keel-billed Toucan is the largest of the three, and is the national bird of Belize. We saw Ke...
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Bengal Tiger at Ranthambore National Park, India taken by Justin Peter
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