65 Degrees North

Located 65 degrees north, lies the Snæfellsnes peninsula – a stunning area that bathes in sunlight unlike other regions that are covered by dark...

The Dinosaur Highway of Walmadany – James Price Point, Australia

“The message for little Colin Barnett was pretty clear on Sunday when approximately 20,000 people turned up for the Wilderness Society’s Concert for the...

Dyrhólaey And The Icelandic Puffin

When I headed north to the topmost part of the Atlantic Ocean, for the promise of clearer weather and fewer people, I prepared for...

Trekking Around Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon is another icon of Australia and was formed over millions of years and has been home to the Luritja people for over...

The Deepest Dive: An Interview with Richard Ponec

Mankind has always held the oceans as a fascinating natural wonder. Many travel to various parts of the world to specifically discover different parts...

Iceland’s Deep Blue Glacial Water: Exploring the Silfra Fissure

This month’s story shall take us to the crystal clear blue depths of Iceland’s glacial waters. If you follow the lava covered landscape towards the...

The Trials and Tribulations of Travelling into Vulkathunha

Storms, flooding, lightning bolts overhead, wind…. You name it and I popped it. All I wanted to do was get to the magical place...

The Road to Thac Ban Gioc: The border of Vietnam and...

From destroyed rocky roads to muddy and wet ones, through ice-cold winds and heavy rain, I somehow found myself nearing a place that only...

The South Coast of Iceland: A Land of Fire, Ice and...

  Once inhabited by fairies, elves and trolls, Iceland is definitely a mystical land. Icelandic folklore is riddled with numerous tales of mysterious creatures; a...

Salty Lakes in the Heart of the Outback: Lake Eyre, Australia

Astronaut Scott Kelly, from aboard the ISS, had this to say about Lake Eyre in Australia: “#Lake_Eyre #Australia. You are very beautiful. Thanks for...
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