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Author: Miranda Miller

Testimonial: Publishing Manager, Ningwakwe Learning Press

Miranda is a highly energetic professional who adds tremendous value to every relationship she makes with others. She has the passion, the vision, and the persistence to succeed. Her honesty and integrity surpass the expectations I have when looking for a writer. She believes in giving her best to her clients and also applying the same mind-set to every project that is handed to her. Miranda is one of the most professional writers I have come across and I highly recommend her to all others. Maria Morrison, past Publishing Manager at Ningwakwe Learning...

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Jiquilillo.com Destination Website

Looking to get out of the major tourist areas for an off-the-beaten-path Nicaraguan adventure? Visit the authentic fishing village of Jiquilillo, with a range of accommodations and activities to suit different types of travelers. Choose your own adventure! Tour the estuary for bird watching and scenic photography from a fishing boat. Grab a surfboard or boogieboard and catch some great waves. Explore the beach and village on horseback. Participate in one of the many voluntourism opportunities offered by non-profits to teach English, help to build homes, and more. Jiquilillo is a great jumping-off point for exploring Nicaragua’s attractions, with...

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Baffin Island Destination Guide: Destination Marketing

STUNNING SAM FORD FJORD Granite peaks rise from the sea, making the Sam Ford Fjord on the east coast of the island a spectacular sight and a popular destination for climbers. Stretching 68 miles (110 km) inland, this rugged fjord is stark and beautiful. SPECTACULARLY DIVERSE ARCTIC WILDLIFE Year-round, common species on Baffin Island include arctic hare and fox as well as lemmings and polar bears. The ringed seal is the lone year-round marine inhabitant. In summer, the island is filled with the sounds and activity of nesting birds. Additionally, it’s possible to catch a glimpse of whales and...

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Our Visit to El Limonal, Nicaragua: Travel Content

Our two-month trip to Nicaragua fulfilled its purpose as a cathartic respite from all the crazy, but Trevor and I weren’t prepared for the heavier psychological aspects of living in a third world country. Outside the beautiful colonial cities, far away from pristine beaches and off the resorts, you’ll find intense inequality and poverty in most Central American countries. The landfill community of El Limonal is on a whole other level. We visited the community in late June, as part of a small group from Hotel Brisas Del Mar Nicaragua and Monty’s Beach Lodge, sponsored by Canadian businessman Brian...

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