Posts Tagged ‘featured’

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...


Working Around the World As A Divemaster – Part I

Want to travel long term but don’t want to do a nine-to-five job? Adapting to your new surroundings and taking on varied roles are often the best way to secure short term paid employment as you explore the world. There ar...



10 Most Beautiful Temples in the World

The eternal adage that states beauty comes in all shapes in sizes follows itself around the world to the most beautiful temples. From architecture to natural residence, each temple adds elegance to its corner of the earth. Here...


5 Reasons to Quit Your Job and Live Abroad

Initially the mere thought of leaving your beloved family and everything you know may seem daunting, but the more you mull over the thought of change, the more appealing it becomes. I needed no excuse to quit my job other than ...



Featured Photo: Praying At the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem

Photograph by Alberto Molero Jews seek solace at the Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall. Since the temple was destroyed by the Romans, Jews have gathered here day and night to moan their loss. Now, it serves as one of...


Photo Essay: China’s Matriachal Kingdom

By Tracy Zhang | Originally published in  WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) ne night after I turned 13, I rowed across the lake to her house. It was 2am when I knocked on her window. But she didn’t let me in. I...



Galicia: Pilgrimage to the Sea

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) loud squelch escaped as I wriggled my feet into a chilly pair of thick rubber boots. They’re not my normal choice of footwear for a trip to the beach, and ye...


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...



World’s Most Eco-Friendly Cities

When traveling, there’s a myriad of ways to choose your next destination: you might be looking for an adrenaline-filled adventure, some warm beaches for the winter, or a few city streets to wander. Whatever you’re searc...


10 Most Dangerous Places to Travel

When traveling, danger comes packaged in a myriad of ways: copious amounts of poisonous snakes, an unfriendly militia, or sky-high crime rates. Maybe you’re looking for an adrenaline rush – or maybe you just want to know wh...