Hi Adventure Philanthropists,
Happy World Turtle Day! This occasion was started by American Tortoise Rescue to increase knowledge of and respect for turtles and tortoises, and to encourage activities to help them survive. Sounds good to me!
Book Club Bonus > In a book club? Why not select Adventure Philanthropist: Great Adventures Volunteering Abroad as your next read?!
Not only can you get a discount on bulk books orders, but I have a reading companion guide that I can share. As a bonus, I’ll even try and get on a Skype call so I can chat with your book club members in person! Ping me at: Erin@GoErinGo.com for details.
Buy the Book > Not in a book club? No fear, you can still buy the book here!
And now for the articles this week:
This week I wrote a guest post for Wildland Adventures, giving the inside scoop on how I became an Adventure Philanthropist and why volunteering is contagious! Hint: it all started in the Usambara Mountains in Tanzania…
A big part of fun while in Livingstone, Zambia is all the adrenaline-inducing activities on offer, like walking with lions, microlighting over Victoria Falls, and rafting the Zambezi River. Here’s Lucy, Chris and moi on video sharing why these are crowd favorites…
Photo of the Week: Map of US Languages
It’s no surprise that the second most-spoken language in the U.S. is Spanish (in all but 7 states). What I find really fascinating though is our third most-spoken languages are by state. Totally underscores the diversity of America!
Want more Go Erin Go?
See you on the road turtle-lovers!