Posts Tagged ‘magazine’

WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 Issue Out Now!

The temperature is rising once again as summer quickly approaches, so to help you plan your jaunts for this summer, we’ve packed a flurry of travel stories from islands far and wide for you in this summer edition! As we annou...


10 World Music Festivals You Shouldn’t Miss

For any kind of music lover – whether it’s world music, classical or jazz – a live performance is the ultimate musical experience; and there is not a better live music experience than a music festival. This is...



5 Essential Mobile Apps for Backpackers

When you’re moving from place to place through areas that can’t guarantee the best internet connection, tasks like booking your accommodation for the next couple of days or checking out transport schedules can be a...


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...



Behind the Veil: Afghanistan

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013   ood luck!” offers the Tajik customs officer. As if I’m not already nervous about entering Afghanistan on a tourist visa, this farewell is enough to raise furth...


Rising from the Ashes: Zambia

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 s our tiny spotter plane passed over the flat grasslands of Zambia’s Liuwa Plain National Park, eight round-eared faces with wet twitching noses peered up at us from th...



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...


WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 Issue Now Available For Free

Welcome to the launch of this new magazine website! To coincide with this launch, we’re very excited to announce that WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 issue is now available for FREE here. You no longer need to go through...



Georgia’s New Horizon

By Erin Ridley | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine  re you American?” The teenage boy asks me as I scale the front steps of Georgia’s largest Orthodox church, in Tbilisi. Fatigued from the sticky summer air, I mu...


Sensory Overload in Morocco

By Nellie Huang | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine  Berber man dressed in a red tunic, with a monkey on his shoulder, approaches me, “Photo, Miss?” I politely decline with a smile and snake my way through the l...