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Flying Longhorns Take Spain

To fully enjoy the riches of Catalonia and the Basque Country of northern Spain, the traveler needs stamina, curiosity, a hearty appetite for fine wines and gourmet...

 
 

Flying Longhorns Explore Southeast Asia

Carole Leissner, Life Member, shared this photo from her recent adventure with the Flying Longhorns in Southeast Asia. Leissner and her fellow travelers cruised...

 
 

A Longhorn in Myanmar

Ray B. Smith, BA ’56, MA ’57, PhD ’67, Life Member, showed his UT pride at a pagoda in Rangoon, Burma, during a Flying Longhorns trip in March. Smith is a...

 
 

Longhorns in South Africa

Candy Stone, BS ’89, shared this photo from a Flying Longhorns trip to South Africa in March. It was taken at the Thornybush Game Reserve, which Stone says was...

 
 

’Horns Down Under

When 16 Flying Longhorns explored Australia and New Zealand, they embraced every adventure—from tasting kangaroo tail to bungee jumping. With their “No worries,...

 
 

Postcards from Morocco

There’s nowhere quite like Morocco, as 17 Flying Longhorns discovered on a recent 14-day journey in this country of contrasts. Geographically, Morocco’s...

 
 

Flying Longhorns on Safari

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. Thousands of wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, and myriad other grassland creatures thunder across the plains of Tanzania...

 
 

A Passage to India

When 14 Flying Longhorns toured India and Nepal, they discovered a feast for the senses. India is the world’s largest democracy and is among the globe’s fastest-growing...

 
 

From Russia With Love

Eight days in St. Petersburg gave 27 Flying Longhorns an in-depth, behind-the-scenes view of Russia’s cultural capital. Backstage at the historic Mikhailovsky...

 
 

Swiss Flying Longhorns Reunite in Galveston

For several Flying Longhorns, the best souvenirs of their recent trip to Switzerland turned out to be friendships. During the “Discover Switzerland” Flying...

 
 
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