It was Friedrich Nietzsche that said “all truly great ideas are conceived by walking”, but Nietzsche had obviously never walked in Patagonia.
I had decided to tackle the Inca Trail during one of those life reassessments that every human experiences in their mid-30s.
The pines disappeared and legions of towering wax palms stood in their place. Salvador Dali definitely had a hand in Cocora’s design.
Youtube star and pro blogger Nadine Sykora knows a thing or two about travel. So when she says Patagonia blew her away, it pays to listen up.
It’s only a few hours after midnight and I’m hiking in complete darkness, the path illuminated by nothing more than our flashlights.
Recent press hasn’t done the Kokoda Track any favours, but there’s always another side to the story…
Heard of the Quarry Trail? That’s cool – neither have the tourist crowds.
When I landed in Paris for the first time, I spent a happy few hours Googling the best baguette, the most celebrated croissant, a critically acclaimed salted caramel.
It’s the choice facing every Nepalese adventurer: Annapurna vs Everest. Whose scene reigns supreme? We’ve got the definitive guide.
“Come on,” my bestie said after breakfast at our hostel, “let’s just have a little stroll and see what’s around.”