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Animals and Epiphanies in the Wild Extremities

The authoress of Wild walked 1100 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, which is really impressive in itself. I walked 150 miles this summer, (60 over 3 days one month, 90 over 4 days the next month) and it was quite tough, although like they say in the movie, it gets easier, and the second longer trip seemed more comfortable. 693 more words

Early Travels

Rome from Home, Mystery of History

About three weeks after leaving home I reached Rome and spent a few days in Camp Nomentano. The shed beds were cheaper than pitching a tent, so I took that option. 367 more words

Early Travels

Things That I Am Worried About When Traveling As A Couple

Things That  I Am Worried About When Traveling As A Couple

“The most important trip you may take in life is meeting people half way.”  Henry Boyle… 460 more words


Why Travel? Building on a discussion in the pub... 

Anyone who has been to any sort of socialising event will no doubt have come across the well travelled person who loves to talk not necessarily about where they’ve travelled, but about how it has changed them. 696 more words


26 life lessons I learned travelling

As I am preparing for my next trip back to Asia, I wondered what I had actually learned while travelling all this time. Most people will tell you that “travelling broadens your mind”, that it “makes you leave your comfort zone” and “discover other cultures”. 497 more words

Travel Philosophy

Be a Traveler, not a Tourist

What do you picture in your mind when I say the word: Vacation?

Well, let me take a guess.

Oftentimes, due to our busy work schedules, we find it hard to take many days of leave. 1,823 more words

Human Nature

Which Type of Traveller Are You?

Which type of traveller are you? I’ve put together some categories of travellers that I have come across throughout my past couple of years of globetrotting.  920 more words