Links

7 minute photo shoot with narration that will take you away from your world.  And show you people from others…

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-12618167

Tips for fundraising around an outdoor goal/travel related event such as the Kilimanjaro Klimb:

http://blog.giveforward.com/category/fundraising-bootcamp

The best way to learn how to take great shots while on your adventures…making this a part of your adventure instead of a burden:

http://www.summitseriesofworkshops.com/adventure_photography_workshop.html

Writing about your adventures makes them last longer letting you enjoy them well after you are back home and grounded – in classroom or online:

http://www.writingclasses.com/SearchResults/index.php?q=travel+writing&sa=Search

A great example of local New York adventurous fun time – all you have to do is look and you’ll find it:

http://manhattankayak.com/descriptions-rates

Just a little bit further from the city for adventurous fun and lots & lots to choose from with transport included and an amazing leader/entrepreneur to learn from, Igor:

http://www.dynamicoutdoors.com

And seriously just for fun and a laugh:

http://www.amazingbeans.com

Finally recommendations for the best of the best in terms of travel mags and rags:

Outside Magazine
Backpacker Magazine
AFAR Magazine
Frommer’s Budget Travel Magazine
Time Out New York Magazine (or Time Out for other great cities)

Check out these books too if you still do that sort of thing and pull yourself away from the smart phone for like a minute or so…ha ha:

International:
Rough Guides Ultimate Adventures (Penguin Group)

Domestic:
Colorado’s Fourteeners by Gerry Roach (Fulcrum Books)

Local (New York):
City Weekends by Alison Lowenstein (Universe Publishing)
Day Trips by Shandana A. Durrani (Globe Pequot Press)

Reference:
Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Photography

Good reads for the Road with an International flair:
Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts (Abacus)
Giving; How Each of us can Change the World by Bill Clinton (Random House)
Cleopatra; A Life by Stacy Schiff (Little, Brown and Company)