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IE was fortunate to welcome guest Kathryn Lamb and her father, both from London, aboard our Galapagos Voyage. Kathryn was good enough to share her daily diary and photos from their Galapagos vacation.

Catch up with the rest of Kathryn’s Trip Diary:

January 25, 2011

My "Amazon Moment"

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IE employees LOVE getting out of the office and traveling. Creative Services Editor Emily Harley shares memories from her Amazon River expedition aboard La Amatista.

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We’re sharing veteran wildlife and nature photographer George Ritchey’s tips for getting the most out of your equipment and experience on his April 22 Amazon Voyage photo workshop. With over 35 years of wildlife photography experience and credits including Robb Report, Atlanta Journal Constitution and Birmingham Magazine, Ritchey will teach travelers how to capture, preserve and enhance their memories while exploring the narrow tributaries of the Peruvian Amazon.

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Why is your travel planner asking for your passport number to make reservations? And why do they care about your birthday? If it's been a while since you last traveled, you may not be familiar with the TSA's Secure Flight requirements.

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A variety of the cacao plant, thought to have been wiped out, has been rediscovered in Peru's Maranon Canyon. The plant was used to make a chocolate called "Pure Nacional," known for it's fruit and floral flavors.

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Over the next few days, we’ll be sharing veteran wildlife and nature photographer George Ritchey’s tips for getting the most out of your equipment and experience on his April 22 Amazon Voyage photo workshop. With over 35 years of wildlife photography experience and credits including Robb Report, Atlanta Journal Constitution and Birmingham Magazine, Ritchey will teach travelers how to capture, preserve and enhance their memories while exploring the narrow tributaries of the Peruvian Amazon.

The Ultimate Field Trip

Student Educational Tours to the Amazon, Costa Rica, Nicaragua or Galapagos

Not just a tour; not just another science class — our student travel programs to the Amazon, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Galapagos Islands are life-changing adventures!

There’s no greater way to gain an appreciation for the vital connection between Earth’s ecosystems and ourselves than to explore the world, leaving books and classrooms behind and learning from life’s greatest teacher — experience.

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