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The land down under is a big, beautiful place full of diversity and culture with a touch of danger thrown in for excitement. While Australia may be notorious for its vast array of land and sea animals that can kill you, it also provides stunning views and entertainment that you can’t get anywhere else. From Perth to Sydney and everywhere in between, Australia’s beauty truly is rich and rare. Here …

[ Written by guest | 19 Mar 2014 | 5 Comments | ]

In addition to the breathtaking landscapes, cute mountain villages, local festivals and great gastronomy, the Pyrenees can offer a lot to an adrenaline junky or one with a thirst for the slightly crazy. Often overlooked in favour of their bigger neighbours, the Alps, the Pyrenees offer as good a variety of sports (including good skiing in the winter) but without the huge numbers of tourists or hefty price tags that come …

[ Written by guest | 13 Feb 2014 | 4 Comments | ]

You’ve heard of glamping, but have you heard of glogging? Glamour blogging my friends – no more sitting in front of the screen in your pyjamas, with bed-hair and some leftovers to snack on.

For most of us, Bel Air will always signify Will Smith in a backwards basecall cap rapping about his youth in West Philadelphia. The Fresh Prince brought the lairs of Bel Air to living rooms across the …

[ Written by guest | 5 Feb 2014 | 3 Comments | ]

Can you imagine people would build a castle with their bare hands, complete with caverns, archways, and tunnels, only to have it destroyed by nature after a few months? Some guys from Colorado do exactly that – only they don’t build with bricks but with a whooping 20,000,000 pounds of ice.

It all started when Brent Christensen, the creator of the ice castle, had wanted to create an ice rink in …

[ Written by guest | 3 Feb 2014 | One Comment | ]

Most of us are – hopefully – happy or at least content with the way their lives go; chasing their dreams with more or less commitment. But what do you do if you feel like this just isn’t the way you’ve planned it, that there is something more to the monotonous everyday routine? Let me introduce you to the “world’s happiest man”, whose ambitions now made him a fixture in …

[ Written by guest | 13 Jan 2014 | One Comment | ]

What inspires you to take a photograph? What is it that makes you pull out the camera and want to visually preserve something that caught your eye? For New York based photographer Jordan Matter, inspiration struck when he watched his son play with a toy bus: It should be possible to capture enthusiasm and joy in an image; with the people in the picture being alive and wholly present in …

[ Written by guest | 11 Dec 2013 | 5 Comments | ]

Day by day we share our impressions and insights from adventures around the world with you. So why not offer a glimpse into our bags and tell what we take along to all those places? While we gathered online to discuss our pack lists, we discovered all-team favorites and uncovered secret habits. Obviously all of us never travel without their camera, so that one goes without saying. The rest of …

[ Written by guest | 9 Dec 2013 | 5 Comments | ]

As a seasoned traveller often great museums and tasty food as recommended by my guidebook no longer cut it. What I am looking out for is authentic experiences to allow me to see a country through the eyes of a local so I can leave with a greater understanding and appreciation for the place I’ve called home for a few hours, days or weeks.
On a recent trip to Barcelona I …

[ Written by guest | 15 Nov 2013 | 2 Comments | ]

Most of us are usually not fans of things being ‘fake’. Then again, some reproductions are done so amazingly well that we actually enjoy them and – in some cases – might even start to hunt them down. And just because things are not always what they seem; how about giving some unsuspiciously looking places a second look.
Let’s start off at 58 Joralemon Street in Brooklyn Heights, New York. The …

[ Written by guest | 8 Nov 2013 | 2 Comments | ]

Before visiting the Costa Brava I thought it was a place where retired men went on winter golfing holidays and as I’m not currently in the market for a sugar daddy, nor do I play golf, it’s never really been on my radar. Yet, at just over an hour outside of Barcelona, with the promise of clean clear water, beautiful beaches and great seafood it had to be worth a …

[ Written by guest | 18 Oct 2013 | 4 Comments | ]