The Hector’s dolphin is the world’s smallest dolphin species; adults grow to only about four feet and up to 110 pounds in size. It’s also one of the rarest marine mammals in the world, with only about 7,400 individuals left in the wild, according to the World Wildlife Fund. This endangered species is found only [...]
New Zealand has a population of just under 4,400,000 – and more than 32 million sheep. So it’s fair to say that no visit to this country is complete without a visit to a sheep farm. I had a taste of what this life is like at Middle Rock Station, a sprawling property in the Lake [...]
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Crossing Time Zones shares travel-related stories, photos, news, and reviews by Annika Hipple, a freelance writer, photographer, and tour leader based in Seattle, Washington. A dual citizen of the United States and Sweden, Annika is a lifelong traveler with particular interests in adventure travel, ecotourism, and sustainable travel.
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