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An Island of Plastic

by Alex Rose of BlueRing.blue Getting ready to travel to the most remote atoll in the world, I thought I knew what to expect. On calm seas, Clipperton is a 96-hour commute from land. It is a ring-shaped coral reef formed by an extinct volcano with a lagoon in the …

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Keeping Thailand’s Elephants Wild

by Brianna Rowe Thailand’s northern provinces are adorned with elaborately carved elephant woodwork, elephant-print textiles and temples gated by elephant idols. Even the national beer, Chang, is named after the country’s most revered animal. Although elephant statues line the highways linking national parks, it might soon be impossible to find …

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How to Find Cheap Flights

Ah airtickets. The bane of most wanderers is the high cost of flights and since the days of steamer ships and trains are mostly over and the hyperloop and transporter are still under construction. Raise your hand if you often find yourself in a moment (hours) of procrastination typing “cheap …

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