Frenchman's Cap in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park - Tasmania, Australia, Views

A Tasmanian “bushwalk” to a sturdy Frenchman’s Cap

Intro: With so much diverse and abundant national parks, nature and geology to see in Tasmania, it was only a matter of time before a long bushwalk was required (bushwalking is what Australians commonly call ‘hiking’ here…) Over 45% of the state of Tasmania is recognized as a national park, there is much to choose
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Where the Amazon River comes from and rain forest trees! [Brazil]

Intro: Do you ever hear, read, watch, learn, etc. about a place that invokes such a vivid, iconic image that no matter what else is happening and you get the chance, you want to go there? Well, that was what I was like when I heard about going to the Amazon. I still have a clay
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Volcanic rocks and erosion, the (geo)history of Iguazu Falls [Brazil]

Intro: Well, here goes a very last minute decision, to travel to Brazil. With <2 weeks to go I decided to join up with my sister (who is a video blogger and recorded out trip, you can check it out at http://www.heynadine.com) and her two friends (for the 1st part) and go travel for 3 weeks in Brazil. Now,
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