Let me start out by saying that I’m not the most outdoorsy girl out there. Sure, I camped with my Brownie Troop as a kid but then again that was in our camp leader’s backyard. I did camp for real in West Virginia and the next day I woke up to go white water rafting.
This post is by Brendan Wan, one of our contributors. Australians love a good festival, particularly a music festival. It is a time and place where we can truly enjoy the simple things in life – dancing under the Australia sun, falling under the musical spell of rhythm and beats and relaxing with a cold
Visiting New York City is something that every traveler will do at some point. The lights, the nightlife, the food and the crazies you meet on the street are just a few reasons why this city is home to so many art, music and fashion lovers. However, one thing I hear from travelers who visit
This post is by emily Banyard, one of our contributors. Like many Australians, my foray into travel started off as a ‘gap year’. A rite of passage – ‘gappers’ take time off between/after High school or University and journey as many places as possible usually on a shoestring. Late 2008 after finishing college in Sydney,
(article from Megan’s Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) I’m going to take a guess and say that almost every 20-something has considered buying a one-way ticket and flying across the globe. There’s something romantic about the idea of dropping everything and living a different life for however long you decide. Whether it’s our stab at curing