Posts Tagged ‘travel’

How to Say “I Love You” in 40 Languages

Love may be a universal language, but the words in which we can express those are not exactly be the same. Foreign languages add beautiful variety to the world, yet it isn’t always easy. To help you guys out, if you want ...


Festivals and Events in February and March

February and March are not just a time for romance but also plenty of music festivals and traditional events  taking place all over the world. Here’s a glimpse of what you can see and do in February/March: 8-12 February: Sa...



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...


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...


20 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Traveling

With many life lessons, it’s necessary to live through tricky situations to truly learn from them. Traveling is one of the best ways to dive head-first into discovering yourself and the world around you. However, there ar...



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...


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...



Ethical Travel: Think Before You Shoot

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) y pure chance this spring, I found myself on a hike with six middle-aged Dutch tourists in Morocco’s Valley of Roses (as a twenty-something American, such oc...


It’s Not Rude if Everyone Does It

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) e barges in front of me. I stare at the back of his head while my Englishman’s brain struggles with this turn of events. Did you not see the queue, mate...