Travelling is the ultimate relationship test. You’ll find out more about your life partner while haggling with an Ecuadorian chicken-merchant than you would in 40 years of marriage.
Thing is, much as Cariocas (Rio locals) would love have you think it elsewise, Rio isn’t the only town to which Carnaval comes.
Trina and I sat on my mum’s couch in Manchester, listening to a family friend try his best to talk us out of travelling across the Nullarbor.
Robert Redford – venerable actor, horse whisperer, Wild West outlaw and wise, wise sage – was asked to give advice to aspiring filmmakers. His answer? Real Life Experiences.
Grab your trekking shoes and trail mix, guys. The Inca Trail is open for 2016!
Two Poms, the Nullarbor and a beaten up Corolla named Betty. This has got Wolf Creek written all over it…
Lots of nature? Check. An official happiness index? Check. Zero traffic lights? Check check.
There’s nothing like a photo competition to get the Intrepid office dreamily checking flight deals to Rio and wistfully looking out of windows. Cue Central America.
It’s an idea so crazy that only the most intrepid of travellers would dare attempt it. A non-stop, no-holds-barred 365-day journey that spans almost the entire globe.
Some consider giving Americans a geography test to be the definition of low hanging fruit. Kind of like asking an Inuit to name a lineup of rare tropical plants.