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During nearly a decade as a travel writer and photographer, Vancouver-based Mark Sissons has always subscribed to T.S. Elliot’s maxim - “The journey not the arrival matters.” 
Mark’s journeys have taken him to five continents on dozens of adventures but he holds a special place in his heart for Africa and its wild creatures. 
During numerous visits to East and Southern Africa he has ballooned over the Serengeti, explored the Zambezi by canoe, learned what it takes to be a safari guide and summited Kilimanjaro, among many other adventures. As well as Travelife, Mark writes for numerous major publications, including Men’s Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Huffington Post, the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail and the Vancouver Sun.
Conard glacier hike a rock-solid experience

Conard glacier hike a rock-solid experience

CONRAD GLACIER, B.C. - Clinging like a gecko to the sheer face of a giant rock slab, I figure there’s no better time to practice mind over matter … as in, it won’t matter if I take a tiny misstep and plunge off this cliff because I’m wearing a safety harness attached to a fixed steel cable.
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