If you’re planning your next vacation and trying to decide on a destination, consider taking a trip that will have a positive impact and create a long lasting difference. Eco-conscious and conservation-based travel is gaining popularity and becoming more accessible for the everyday traveler. WildArk can help you in your search for the perfect conservation-based trip. WildArk is a wildlife conservation organization founded by Mark and Sophie Hutchinson with the mission to conserve wildlife around the world by protecting biodiversity rich areas. Their organization also strives to create passionate conservationists. They believe that this can be achieved by reconnecting people with nature through unique research opportunities and travel experiences. WildArk provides a selection of trips that are sustainable, have a low Eco impact, and actively engage in the conservation of wildlife and natural resources.
One unique trip WildArk offers is their Botswana Mobile Tented Safari. This adventure will transport you back in time as you explore areas of the African wild, such as Okavango Delta, Victoria Falls, and Chobe National Park. This is not a camping trip. WildArk works with the Botswana based organization Letaka Safaris to make your vacation as relaxing as possible. Letaka Safaris’ staff provides delicious food and takes care of the less appealing tasks associated with camping. Your private campsites are located within national parks/reserves and equipped with high-roofed wilderness tents. Tents are fitted with beds, an en-suite bathroom, and a covered verandah. Learn more: http://wildark.com/travel/
If camping isn’t your style, WildArk also partners with South Africa’s Londolozi Game Reserve to provide a luxurious, all-inclusive experience. Londolozi Reserve’s mission is literally in their name. Londolozi translates to “protector of all living things” in Zulu. The reserve has five lodges, each with spectacular views and high quality accommodations. It also has an impressive staff of rangers, naturalists, and trackers, who work to ensure guests have the best game drives possible. The reserve specialized in photogenic safari experiences, believing it is one of the best ways guests can engage and gain respect for the African wilderness.
JHSF is a Brazilian real estate company which deals with development and management of high-end real estate investments. Most of their investments are in the high end residential and shopping malls property. JHSF was established in 1972. Most of its investments are in the Brazilian high-end markets as well the US market. They also have a presence in Uruguay. JHSF was the first company to engage in this level of high-end property investments targeted at the highest income earners in the society today. The company engages in the building of executive airports, hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls. Since its inception in 1972 JHSF has invested in property that covers over 6 million square meters of land.
JHSF investment in shopping malls started in 2001 when they built the Metro Santa Cruz Shopping Centre. This mall has a subway integrated into it and it is the first such mall to be built-in Brazil. At the age of 27, Jose Auriemo Neto was appointed to the position of CEO of the company. As a young executive, he dedicated his efforts to grow the company further. He intensified the efforts of the company in investing in high-end property. Jose is the brain behind the company’s parking lot known as Park Bem. He created the parking lot when he was just 17 years of age. JHSF company as from 2006 started the construction of Cidade Jardim Complex. This is the mall in which Cidade Jardim is found. This is the market that sells the most luxurious items in the Brazilian market. Cidade Jardim shopping center has a Park City Garden, made up of 9 residential towers, and a corporate sector for the City Garden, which is made up of 3 commercial towers.
José Auriemo Neto
José Auriemo Neto is a Brazilian entrepreneur who is the head of JHSF. Under his leadership, the firm has recorded huge growth than ever witnessed in the firm’s history. JHSF has been behind major real estate projects carried and continue to be carried out in the cities of Sao Paulo, Salvador. Jose has also led the firm in retail investments. He has signed a number of trade agreements with some big brands in the world such as Jimmy Choo, Pucci and Hermes.
In early August, Kim Dao and her cousin planned to travel to Amsterdam. Asland woke Kim Dao up in time to get packed and leave for the airport. For breakfast, Kim Dao’s cousin went to the bakery to get some strawberry cakes even though they’d eaten some wheat germ cereal before leaving. While waiting for their plane to arrive, Kim Dao noticed a red and airplane that her cousin, who’s male, calls the Tampon plane because it’s red at the start and white at the bottom. This video is a quick three-day trip to Amsterdam, Prague and home to Denmark again. The hotel had a lovely view of the river, and their room had an expresso machine. The hotel management supplied them with a complementary bottle of water.
Kim Dao went shopping at Amsterdam’s Primark store to buy the same white dress she had bought in Berlin in a size 8 but in Amsterdam size 6. She planned to sell the size 8 dress when she returned home.
Kim Dao and her cousin went to see Anne Frank’s house; unfortunately the line was two hours long. While they waited, there was a shapely red headed woman dancing and wearing. a green one-piece shiny costume and black pumps. She sang “Respect”. Because they couldn’t get tickets, Dao and her cousin had to come at 3:30 and wait.
On the second day, Dao and her cousin went to Prague to see a 80 floats river parade of dancers and musical bands.
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