Month: June 2015

June 19, 2015 Phil Meadows No comments exist

CCJ’s Founder, Carole Angermeir and Ambassador-at-Large, Wilford Welch lead Cross Cultural Journey’s maiden trip to Iran. With our upcoming trip to Iran in October 2015, watch the videos below for their personal observations and insights into the country they both fell in love with over the course of a 2-week journey into the history and…

June 8, 2015 Phil Meadows No comments exist

Amongst the first to inhabit Cuba, the Taíno people play a central role in maintaining the authentic culture of the country. Traditionally, a society of hunter and gatherers they are responsible for bringing highly skilled agricultural practices to the Caribbean island. They are known not only for their agricultural contributions in Cuba but also for…

June 3, 2015 Phil Meadows No comments exist

The Anatolian Shepard is an imposing canine. Bred to protect livestock from bears, wolves, as well as other predators, the amazing ability of Anatolians to protect livestock stems not only from their physical attributes—size, strength, good eyesight, sharp hearing and excellent sense of smell—but from their familiarity with and dedication to their charges. Starting from…