How We Quit our Jobs to Travel: The Married Couple

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When people ask us, “What’s the most frightening thing you’ve done while travelling the world?”, they often expect a story from Iran, Kazakhstan or Rwanda. Yet while we have encountered plenty of challenges during our travels, many of which have been fodder for stories on our...

Camping on the Canadian Tundra, Ivvavik National Park

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We had been fishing for hours when Manny finally landed the big one. Not that I minded. He had warned me that the fishing might be slow; most of the schools of arctic char had already migrated further north, into the Arctic Ocean. But nestled into a cleft on the riverside rock at...

Rare Photos of Untouched Australia

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The landscape below us was afire with glittering light. “Pretty, isn’t it?” asked my companion, Richard Green, an eccentric Englishman who has flown all over Australia using his personal helicopter as most people would a campervan. Pretty? I’d lived in Australia for 30 years and...

Nevada’s Secret Underwater World, Lake Mead

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Beneath the surface of Lake Mead, located 35 miles southeast of Las Vegas, Nevada, a world unfolds in shades of teal. Palm-sized bluegill fish nibble the meat from cracked mussels, natural stone spires rise from the depths and shipwrecks slump along the silt bottom. But the lake...
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