WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013
This is the first issue of 2013 and it’s already one of our best issues to date. We’ve packed in compelling stories from some of the most interesting corners of the world including a cover feature on Burma, a photo essay of Sierra Leone, and a 10-page comprehensive guide of the Holy Land, Israel.
In our Under the Radar section, we see past the headlines and venture into the forbidden territory of Afghanistan with contributor Stephen Lioy. For a meal that not only satisfies our appetite for our thirst for adventure, writer Noah Lederman navigates the dim sum jungle of Hong Kong and brings us on a thrilling ride. Talented wildlife photographer and writer Dale Morris opens our eyes to an unknown safari destination in Zambia.
On an epic biking journey around the world, doctor and writer Stephen Fabes cycled across the biggest salt lake in the world, Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni, and shares his story with us. In our Stay section, we fulfill our childhood dreams of sleeping in a UFO that’s also a treehouse in Sweden’s Treehotel.
Also in this issue: Our Travel Rant columnist Mike Sowden discusses the importance of mealtimes when traveling and how dining with locals might just be the key to unraveling local culture mysteries.
Over at our Travel Thoughts section, regular contributor Candace Rose Rardon discusses the difference between a backpacker and a guidebook-toting bookworm. She also shares with us a beautiful sketch of the Tha Kah Floating Market, a not-so-secret but beautiful corner of Thailand.
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- BURMA: The golden age has arrived
- AFGHANISTAN: Seeing past the headlines
- SIERRA LEONE: Photo essay of a resilient nation
- ZAMBIA: Wildlife revival in Liuwa
- BOLIVIA: Biking the Salar
- ISRAEL: Ancient ruins and trails, our 10-page guide
The rest of the issue:
- Trip Ideas: 10 trekking trips
- Sketch: Thailand’s floating market
- Feast: Dim sum in Hong Kong
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