Posts Tagged ‘magazine’
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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...


WildJunket Summer 2013 31-M

The Last Outpost of the Headhunters: Nagaland

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 ook,” the passenger next to me says, peering at a spot where the dirt road clings dangerously to the hillside. “That’s where the bus went off the road.” My seat s...



WildJunket Summer 2013 27-M

Savoring Shodoshima: Japan

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 offee and a hamburger?” a smiling barista named Hirai asks me. It’s a damp, drizzly day on Shodoshima Island, the second largest in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea. Five ho...


WildJunket Summer 2013 23-M

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 ...



A Simple Guide to Backpacker Travel Gadgets

We’ve all been in that frustrating situation of making a decision on what to pack in our backpack and what to leave out. I often find myself stuffing my backpack with loads of stuff that I’ve deemed as ‘essent...


WildJunket Summer 2013 19-M

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...



WildJunket Summer 2013 15-M

The Open Road: Tasmania

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 here’s no soundtrack to the view that stretches out in front of me from my lofty perch on the summit of Mount Amos in Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park. That...


WildJunket Summer 2013 10-M

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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Photo Essay: Getting Lost in the Souks of Marrakech

A photo essay that captures the colors, smell and sounds of Marrakech, Morocco


How to Stay in Touch While Traveling the World

Staying in touch with family and friends has become easier and easier in modern times. Gone are the days when you traveled across the border and forfeited the ability to speak with anyone in other than written form. Thanks to ...