Highlights from the 2003 New Zealand Adventure Tour

A quiet moment with friends and a glass of bubbly
A quiet moment with friends and a glass of bubbly
The snow covered peaks of the South Island on the way to Milford.
The snow covered peaks of the South Island on the way to Milford.

Highlights from the 2002 Portugal and Spain Tour

Ed and Ed with the ladies.
Ed and Ed with the ladies.
Flamenco was everywhere!
Flamenco was everywhere!

Highlights from the 2000 South American Adventure Tour

View from a vantage point overlooking the harbor of Rio de Janiero
Ed and Ed with the ladies.
Cuzco
Cuzco

Highlights from the 1999 Tour

Eighty six ITHFers converged on Hong Kong for exciting adventures exploring the sights and sounds of this part of the world - and, of course, it hardly blinked.

Bangkok and Chaing Mai provided an excellent introduction to Thailand and its warm and friendly people.

From Hong Kong, where they say everything not specifically prohibited is allowed, to Singapore, where they say that everything not specifically allowed is prohibited, - this ITHF tour took us on a happy and exciting crosscultural excursion through the Orient.

Group in front of Taoist temple on island.
Group in front of Taoist temple on island.
Sharon and Art Harrington with Helen and Joe Goldblatt, preparing to sail the Mai Ping River
Sharon and Art Harrington with Helen and Joe Goldblatt, preparing to sail the Mai Ping River

Highlights from the 1997 “Celtic Capers” Tour

For sixteen days, 73 ITHFers and their partners explored England, Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland - from seas to mountains, from humble abodes to historic castles, from lonely canal walks to glorious gardens.For sixteen days, 73 ITHFers and their partners explored England, Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland - from seas to mountains, from humble abodes to historic castles, from lonely canal walks to glorious gardens.

Tour members from Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Chile and others provided as much diversity and cultural sharing on the coaches as we encountered with the people there.

Not only was it introduction to an extraordinary land, it was excellent fun and fellowship - searching for the Leprechauns, hanging out in the pubs, snooping through the castles, balancing on the edge of the cliffs, etc.



Overlooking the cliffs of northern Ireland
Overlooking the cliffs of northern Ireland

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