Author Archives: Kerri McCoy

There are 2 articles by Kerri McCoy published on this site.


Kerri McCoy is a feminist poet concentrating on English: Editing, Writing, and Media and Women’s Studies at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. As an aspiring travel journalist, Kerri spent the summer of 2014 in Valencia, Spain, as a reporter for the FSU International Programs publication Nomadic Noles. Her love for travel has inspired her to pursue her Teaching English as a Foreign Language certification, and she is being actively considered as an Education Volunteer in South Africa with the Peace Corps.


Lush rainforests, surreal waterfalls, and two of South America’s biggest cultural centers are the basis for an excursion to Iguazu Falls! Located within the Iguazu National Park, this landmark offers several trails and railways with phenomenal views of its 275 individual waterfalls. The diverse wildlife and beauty of the park moved the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to declare it a World Heritage Site in 1984. Iguazu Falls are the Niagara Falls of South America. Contact Solar Tours to customize your vacation to one of the world’s most charming natural wonders today. Read the rest of this entry »

The Australian island state of Tasmania – or “Tassie” as many natives lovingly call it – offers visitors an impressive array of picturesque scenery, famous landmarks, brewery tours and tastings, and waterfront activities. Down Under Answers extends expert insight into the endless amount of activities available year-round.

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