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Lisa T.E. Sonne has braved Arctic cold and remote jellyfish waters for Intelligent Travel. Now she faces her “inner chef” and finally learns to cook in savory Morocco.
A wedding in a space hotel that travels more than 17,000 miles an hour — with a view of Earth. Sky diving from space as an extreme sport. Cosmic yachts that offer Jacuzzis in space. These were just some of the possibilities raised at a recent Space Experience Economy seminar I attended in L.A. — By Lisa T.E. Sonne
Lisa T. E. Sonne last went underwater for Intelligent Travel in Palau for “Joy of Jellies.” Now she salutes the man so many are talking about, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence James Cameron, in the wake of his recent milestone in the deepest reaches of the ocean — and the intrepid underwater explorers that came before him. This…