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Top Things to See in Lima

Walking around Lima is an enthralling experience. It has over 10 million inhabitants, and is one of the largest cities in South America. With its succession of pre-Hispanic cultures, the Inca, and Spanish conquistadors, Lima is...


Summer in Malta: What to See

Bathed by the warm waters of the Mediterranean, Malta is the perfect place to spend a relaxing holiday. There, you’ll find idyllic beaches, calm seas and a host of attractions to keep you entertained. If you’re planning a ...



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Dive Gear Guide: Regulator Reviews

Welcome to the 2nd in our series of Dive Gear Guides. In this article I’ll be taking a look at a range of regulators on the market. From high end to low cost I’ll be highlighting something suitable for every diver’s budge...


A Visit to the Sacred Waters of the Wai-O-Tapu Geothermal Reserve

Deep in the heart of New Zealand’s North Island is a fiery landscape peppered with turbulent geothermal activity and phenomenal displays of volcanicity. Well known for its unstable setting atop the Australian and Pacific Plat...



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Central Asia: Silk Road Revisited

  Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013   rom the 14th century reign of conqueror Timur through the Russian expansion in the 1800s, Central Asia has long been known as a shifting region of nomadic t...


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How To Create A Successful House Sitter Profile

House sitting is a growing trend amongst savvy travelers keen to save their pennies and have a more immersive experience when they travel. With assignments on offer all over the world, house sitting abroad is a great alternati...



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Exploring The Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve

The Poor Knights Islands are the remnants of a 4 million year old rhyolitic volcano. Sitting at the edge of the continental shelf, the islands are a heaven for marine life and offer intrepid explorers the chance to discover an ...


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Hiking The Crater Of An Active Volcano

Forty-nine kilometers from the shores of New Zealand’s North Island is a turbulent marine mountain that conceals a dark secret. Currently defined as in a ‘permanent state of unrest,’ this volcanic island harbors the p...



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Israel: A World of Contrasts

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013   or a young nation, Israel is wise beyond its years. Home to religious sites, historical artifacts and golden beaches, this multi-faceted country packs a punch desp...


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Cambodia: Unearthing the Past

By Chad Chisholm | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012)   s the sun warms ancient stones, and sleeping giants seemingly come to life, Cambodia awakes to another temperate morning. The gentle chant...