Posts Tagged ‘travel’

Cambodia: Unearthing the Past

By Chad Chisholm | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012)   s the sun warms ancient stones, and sleeping giants seemingly come to life, Cambodia awakes to another temperate morning. The gentle chant...


Palestine: Beyond the Wall

By Megan Eileen McDonough | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) sit statue-like, my eyes transfixed on the unnatural wall snaking through the distant Judean hills. Approaching the unwelcoming con...



Oaxaca: Expecting the Unexpected

By David C. Hammond | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) s that really iguana meat?” I ask my guide, Ricardo Torres. He nods and giggles. In the heart of the chaotic Tehuantepec market, a blac...


Finland’s Frozen Thrills

By Stuart Forster | Originally published in  WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) flurry of snow and ice surrounds me. The Arctic wind whips my red cheeks, rosy from both the sub-zero temperature and the adrenaline rush...



Tips for First-Time Travelers

Stepping onto a plane for your first trip abroad is likely to fill you with a mix of excitement and – let’s be honest – terror, especially if you’re traveling solo. So you’ve read the guidebooks and done the r...


The Land of Fire and Ice

  Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012)  eft, right, ice sticks in; Left, right, feet up. First sling each axe into the wall of ice, then kick the foot spears into the wall. It looked easy en...



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...