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Great Sights Of The Milford Sound

Hidden away in the south west corner of New Zealand’s south island, Fiordland is the perfect playground for an adventurous traveler. Bursting with contrasting textures and color, the indomitable peaks that reach out into the ...


Uncovering the Real Night Sky in New Zealand

There have been moments throughout my travels when I’ve noticed that the glinting lights of the night sky overhead are much more prominent than usual. On those occasions when I’ve been far enough away from the cities and to...



Discovering The Beauty Of An Aerial Existence In Aoraki

New Zealand is famed for the magnificent alpine range that has forged its way skyward amongst the varied landscape of the south. Formed by a powerful tectonic force that has diverged and subducted the neighboring Pacific and Au...


Kayaking The Glacial Waters Of Lake Wanaka

The wind whips my hair into my eyes as I stare out across the mass of undulating waves. I stand and contemplate the scene before me. This morning I’m joining the crew of Wanaka Kayaks, SUP & Sail and the thought of paddli...



Catalonia: More Than Barcelona

When you think about Spain, what are some of the first cities that come to mind? Madrid? Or maybe Barcelona? Because who has heard of Girona or Tarragona, unless you’ve taken an interest in Spain or Spanish geography? The...


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Ice and Spikes: New Zealand

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 he bad weather may have passed, but it had left a present. The corrugated face of New Zealand’s Franz Josef glacier had been softened by an overnight dump of fresh powd...



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From Kandy to Colombo: A Sri Lankan Adventure

  After a 3-night stay in a village in Sri Lanka, my travel friend, Mahak and I decided we wanted to go to Kandy and Colombo. We arrived in Kandy by bus from our small village’s nearest bus station, and Colombo by tr...


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Ground Level: Cycling Bolivia’s Salar

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 hen Neil Armstrong gazed upon the earth from Apollo 11 back in 1969, his eyes were drawn to a crimped white patch embedded in the Andean mountain range. As one of the bri...



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Finland’s Frozen Thrills

By Stuart Forster | Originally published in  WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) flurry of snow and ice surrounds me. The Arctic wind whips my red cheeks, rosy from both the sub-zero temperature and the adrenaline rush...