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  • The Space Needle: A View of Seattle’s Skyline From AboveThe Space Needle: A View of Seattle’s Skyline From Above
    Seattle is widely known for having one of the most famous skylines, captivating those lucky enough to gaze upon it. Standing head and shoulders above the rest is the iconic Space Needle, a sky-high observation deck that is as much an architectural marvel as a symbol closely associated with the… Read more »
  • 9 Years Ago Today
    this random guy came up to me and said “smell my arm”. Looking back now, I realize that most people probably would have declined, or at least questioned such a demand. What an unusual thing to say to a stranger. But, I didn’t hesitate for a second, suddenly I was… Read more »
  • Exploring Petra by DonkeyExploring Petra by Donkey
    I extended my leg and twirled my toes with a clockwise motion in a lame attempt to put some clear perspective between my foot and the distant ground below. It was useless. I had no idea how high up I was, I only knew that my legs were dangling over… Read more »
  • Spending the Night at a Berber Camp in the Sahara DesertSpending the Night at a Berber Camp in the Sahara Desert
    Imagine lying alone on the desert floor, beneath a night sky obliterated with hundreds of thousands of fiery twinkling stars, feeling the cool pre-morning breeze brush against your face as you tuck yourself further into your blankets. You’re surrounded by sleeping bodies but virtually alone with no sound but the… Read more »
  • The Ultimate Guide to Hammock Camping At Tayrona National ParkThe Ultimate Guide to Hammock Camping At Tayrona National Park
    Tayrona National Park in Colombia, is hands down my favourite location in the world. In the past I’ve said that Pigeon Point Beach is my favourite beach, and Iceland is my favourite country.. but Tayrona is a combination of everything I love in one place. If someone told me to… Read more »
  • Visiting Jim Morrison’s GraveVisiting Jim Morrison’s Grave
    I could probably go on for a good hour about how much I love Jim Morrison, but I’ll try to keep it short. Yes, I love The Doors (they are my favourite band), but it’s not really about the music, it’s about Jim’s poetry. I grew up listening to The… Read more »
  • The Moroccan Village Co-operative ExperienceThe Moroccan Village Co-operative Experience
    I wearily entered a narrow orange alleyway, layered in dust and glowing in the hot African sun. The colour and atmosphere were a stark contrast from what I had just emerged from, an irrigated desert oasis; a jungle of green growth and life. For the past forty minutes I had… Read more »
  • Bungee Jumping in OttawaBungee Jumping in Ottawa
    You’re jumping alone? Yup. Is someone watching from below? Nope. So, you came all the way out here by yourself? Yup. That’s a first. It was 7:00 am and this was the conversation between the jump instructors at Great Canadian Bungee and I as they readied me for my jump.… Read more »
  • Visiting a Masai VillageVisiting a Masai Village
    My eyes adjusted to the darkness and I began to make out a small patch of cow skins in the corner and a faint glow from beneath a boiling pot of water. Breathing was laborious in the stuffy hut and I had to fan myself with my own hand to… Read more »
  • Snowmobiling in AkureyriSnowmobiling in Akureyri
    Every once in a while I need to take a moment to absorb the situations that I find myself in during my travels. Admittedly, I do a lot of crazy stuff, so it doesn’t always phase me as much as it should. However, there is usually at least one moment… Read more »

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