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How to Explore Singapore like a Local

The Lion City has long been in one’s travel bucket list. It is easy to see why once you set foot on this magnificent city. Despite its small size, Singapore has a lot more to offer than just food joints and shops. If you wan...


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What You Need to Know About Online Access Before You Go Abroad

If you’re headed out of the country, whether for vacation, work, or a study abroad program, you don’t want your online access to be limited just because you’ve left the country. You want to Skype your mom from the Andes, ...



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Flying High Above Real Middle Earth

Encompassing some of the most dramatic scenery on the planet, New Zealand’s south island is noted for its ability to inspire a longing for adventure. Alpine peaks, glacial lakes and vast stretches of uninhabited wilderness pr...


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An Underworld Adventure In Te Ananui

Paparoa National Park is often overlooked by travelers who drive the length of New Zealand’s Westland. With miles of unfettered wilderness to explore and only a few pockets of civilization along the way, it can be a tough ord...



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Responsibly Sourced Adrenaline With Ziptrek Queenstown

Adrenaline. Love it or hate it there’s really no escaping the stuff when visiting New Zealand’s adventure sport capital, Queenstown. Set in the heart of the Southern Alpine Range aside the glacial Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown ...


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Lights in the Night Sky: Thailand

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 ilence seeped throughout the crowd as my friends and I lit our lantern, holding it steady as it filled with hot air. Around us, every inch of the grass field was covered ...



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Beyond Imagination: Palau

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 esides my fingers, I could hardly see anything in the murky, emerald water, but I swam on into the darkness, armed with nothing more than my snorkeling mask and fins. My ...


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Diamond in the Rough: Sierra Leone

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 talled along a dusty road, our vehicle slowly took its last breath with a billow of smoke. As fumes crept out from under the car hood, I began to question my logic in vis...



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The Golden Age: Myanmar

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 he enormous bell rang overhead, thousands of candles flickered and the smell of incense filled the air. Row upon row of monks, dressed in swathes of burgundy, sat praying...


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Walking the Camino de Santiago: See You on the Way

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 1 (Jun/Jul 2012) efore the sun even has a chance to peek its head over the Spanish horizon, the pilgrims awaken. Sleeping bags are quietly, expertly rolled up. Hiking boots are...