Tag Archive: #travel

Ice Navigation in the North Atlantic

Bonavista is one of the oldest towns in Newfoundland and home of the Atlantic Puffin. Before spotting the vibrant  orange and yellow parrot-like beak, I quickly mistook it for a penguin diving beneath… Continue reading

St John’s

It was quite the shock when we sailed into the the busy commercial harbour of St John’s, hosting cruise ships, large commercial fishing vessels and small boat tour operators. I had become so… Continue reading

Where France meets North America

Following Windjammers extraordinary welcoming to Newfoundland, we headed south-east to where North America meets France. With Brie, baguettes and Bordeaux in mind, we set sail for St Pierre, one of the last two… Continue reading

Sailing the wooden boat festival Geelong

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10 Reasons we TRAVEL

We travel to escape ourselves, our lives that we cant help but feel there is not enough adventure in, to overcome fear and face our own faults. Travelling is about going curiously into… Continue reading

12 Ways To Experience New York In Fall

Whether you come to New York to find labels and love, as Carrie Bradshaw would say, or to lose yourself in a city so grand that it is the fundamental influence of the… Continue reading

Slow boat to an unexpectedly busy city

After a restless night we boarded the bus and headed to the border of Thailand and Laos, crossing through the border was a nightmare as expected. I recommend to anyone who is doing… Continue reading

The Day Do Do Stole My Heart

Picture this – you walk into a large open national park area where you see three elephants happily walking around, playing and spraying muddy water all over themselves and munching away at leaves… Continue reading

Trekking in the Thai Jungle

I took the overnight sleeper train to Chiang Mai, a 14 hour long journey with a lovely Puerto Ricon man travelling on his own. Upon arriving, myself and the two Canadian guys opposite… Continue reading

Markets, dragon flys and floating down a canal

It was 1pm that I decided I wanted to go see the Aphawa floating markets. To get there can be quite tricky as its over an hour outside of Bangkok, so I thought… Continue reading

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