Exploit Canada’s Startling Views with these Things to Do in Banff National Park, Alberta

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Banff National Park is one of Canada’s most well-known national parks and for good reason. The park is filled with countless activities and viewpoints which can make it difficult to decide what to do. Luckily, I have Michelle from The Wandering Queen who’ve recently been there. She has listed the best things to do in […]

5 Best Ski Tracks in the World

Japan snow, Best Ski Tracks in the World

Aside from being immensely fun, I have been told skiing is also an incredibly healthy activity! First of all, it strengthens your bones and joints, as well as your lower body muscles. Second, it increases your balance, core strength and flexibility. Lastly, it boosts your mood, improves your sleep and even benefits your cardiovascular endurance. […]

14 Recommended Local North Shore Oahu Activities, Hawaii

Ka’ena Point, North Shore Oahu Activities

The North Shore of Oahu is synonymous with laid-back hippy country vibes, big wave surf, shave ice, food trucks with famous garlic shrimp, and kombucha. You’ve probably heard of Matsumoto’s Shave Ice, Waimea Bay and Giovanni’s Shrimp Truck, but so has everybody else, which means they can get crowded. In this article I will divulge […]

Rock Climbing & Bouldering in Yosemite National Park, California, USA


Camp 4. If you’re a Yosemite visitor, then these words probably don’t mean much to you. But if you’re a rock climber, you know that this is where it all began. Yosemite, and more specifically, Camp 4 was the birthplace of American rock climbing, and for good reason. Since the late 1950s, these campgrounds were […]

Things to Do in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines – The Only Guide You Need for Visiting El Nido!

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  The desire to arrive at a destination – idyllic, isolated and untouched by man – is as real as it was when Alex Garland wrote “The Beach” in 1996 as it is now in the millennial age. In 2000, the novel was adapted into a film, directed by Danny Boyle and starring Leonardo DiCaprio. […]

5 Unmissable Things to Do in Rotorua, New Zealand (If You’re Tight on Time!)

Inferno Crater , Waimangu Volcanic Valley, Rotorua New Zealand

Rotorua has made a name for itself from its highly active geothermal activity happening in this town, resulting in a number of geysers and mud pools forming around Rotorua. My first impression of Rotorua was how the entire town smells like rotten eggs! The smell is so distinct and pungent you almost can’t escape it. […]

My First REAL Horse Riding in Glenorchy, New Zealand

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  At the head of Lake Whakatipu lies Glenorchy, the gateway to Mount Aspiring National Park and Te Wahipounamu, a UNESCO World Heritage area recognised for its landscapes of untouched beauty. Movies like Mission Impossible 6, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (horses galloping through river) and The Hobbit were some of […]

Running My First Overseas Marathon – The Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon

Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon finish line

“I’m here for the Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon!” flashes finisher tee – “Oh, awesome! How did you do?” This is a familiar conversation starter as I journey around New Zealand exploring the South last November. Held on Saturday, 18 November 2017, that weekend saw a flurry of activities in what would have been a […]