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  • Photo Essay: The Icefields Parkway in Black & White

    June 12, 2014

    Soaring mountaintops with hidden valleys filled with the unimaginably large icefields. Wide valleys filled with glacier-ground rocks and turquoise rivers rushing towards the next waterfall. Pine trees as far as the eye can see. All of these things are synonymous with Alberta’s Highway 93, which I’ll go out on a limb and say is one…

  • How To Survive Camping at Coachella

    May 31, 2014

    Even if you’re someone who travels the world seeking out summer festivals — a banner I definitely do not fall under, having never been to a multi-day music festival before — Coachella presents something of a challenge (especially if you’re camping). How will you survive three days and four nights in the California desert, where…

  • The SS Dicky: See It Before It’s Gone

    May 22, 2014

    On the 4th of February 1893, the SS Dicky was in the wrong place at the wrong time. In a strong storm and heavy seas, the crew knew that the trader ship from Rockhampton was lost and beached it at what is now Caloundra’s Dicky Beach, mainly to avoid crashing into the rocks at Moffat…

  • Roland Garros: 5 Tips for Enjoying a Day at the French Open

    May 20, 2014

    The two days I spent at Roland Garros (the French Open) in 2013 were momentous for me. As someone who picked up tennis at a young age and has watched the game on TV for as long as she can remember, I couldn’t believe that I was finally in watching a ball being batted around…

  • How Trover Helped Me Plan My California Road Trip

    May 17, 2014

    In the months before I joined, I’d heard the name “Trover” bandied about quite a bit by other travel bloggers. This social network, designed as a resource for travellers rather than just being another photo-based social network, sounded interesting…but I just wasn’t sure if I could handle updating yet another social network. View Kristin Repsher’s…

  • 15 Reasons To Go To Big Sur Right Now

    May 8, 2014

    Big Sur is a place of legend; a place where the mountains pushed headlong out of the sea to create an epic coastline of cliffs and canyons. The ruggedness of the area and the fact that the mountains have given very little leeway to anyone mean that very few people live in the area, making…

My Travel Bucket List

  • Go to South America for long enough that I learn Spanish properly!
  • Walk the Inca Trail
  • Finish the Three Peaks Challenge
  • Hike/boat all 9 of NZ's 'Great Walks'
  • Go hot air ballooning
  • New Year's Eve on Sydney Harbour
  • Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro
  • Go diving with whale sharks

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