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Taking time-lapse photos is as much as a science as an art form. When you set up for a time-lapse photo, you need to make sure to do things right. There is no worse feeling than putting in all the time and effort to take a time-lapse picture only to have it fail to turn out well. If you want to make sure that your efforts in time-lapse photography bear …

[ Written by guest | 20 Feb 2015 | 2 Comments | ]

Vietnam is a country that had forever been on my hit list. It had enticed me over with promises of delicious Pho noodle soup, silken tailoring and epic landmarks, such as, Halong Bay. After studying the Vietnam War, I knew it had a harrowing history that was both deep and tragic, but when I finally stepped off the plane, I was quickly immersed in Vietnam’s beautiful culture that still retained …

[ Written by Sophie | 17 Feb 2015 | 6 Comments | ]

It’s a not just a little ironic that I am the one writing a post on exercising here. I’ve always had trouble keeping up with my exercise – if there ever was any – at home, let alone whilst traveling. But. And that’s a big but. Things have changed. From someone who is eating way too many burgers and no salad, who only ran when it was for the bus …

[ Written by Caroline | 4 Feb 2015 | 10 Comments | ]

Being sick at home is bad enough, but what happens when you come down with a sudden cold or stomach bug while you’re away? If you’ve travelled much in your lifetime, chances are you’ve been under the weather at some point in your journey, and you’ll no doubt recall how miserable it can be. I was recently exploring some incredible Canadian cities when I was hit by a knockout cold …

[ Written by guest | 20 Jan 2015 | 7 Comments | ]

I’ve got a whole lot of love for Thailand. I’ve also got a whole lot of love for eating nice things. Combine the two and it’s a match made in food heaven! As any backpacker that’s travelled on a shoestring will agree, finding an abundance of mouth-watering food for a price that’s, (quite literally), cheaper than chips, feels like striking gold when you’re out on the road. In Thailand, you’re …

[ Written by Alex | 16 Jan 2015 | 5 Comments | ]

I love the Internet, I do. And not just because of Spotify, YouTube or Grumpy Cat.
I love the Internet because it connects me with great minded folk who inspire, support and care about what I do with my time. Monika Kanokova is one of these people. We met on a social network (of course), she discovered that I was an indie author, and she asked to interview me for …

[ Written by Frankie | 15 Jan 2015 | 9 Comments | ]

Is there anyone among us who doesn’t love this whole “‘Tis the season” business to bits? Thought so. The time between autumn and winter, so basically anything between October and Christmas, is filled with so many warm colours that it turns any forest or leafy street into my happy place. Even though it does get pretty cold before, I dread having to welcome the absolute nothingness that follows Christmas. So …

[ Written by Caroline | 29 Nov 2014 | 8 Comments | ]

Fast. Free. In flight. Full of life. These are all the things that snowboarding makes me feel.
However, it wasn’t always this way. Once upon a time I was a beginner and a bad one too. I couldn’t stand up. I couldn’t turn. I couldn’t go faster than a shopping trolley with a broken wheel being pushed by an eighty year old woman in the snow. And at first, for a …

[ Written by Frankie | 25 Nov 2014 | 4 Comments | ]

I’ve always thought that being a good writer largely depends on getting some kind of superhuman inspiration from outer space. I thought it’s something that magically happens once you want it badly enough. In 2014, I know that this has been one of the dumbest assumptions everrrr.
During three years of journalism school, I didn’t really learn how to be a good writer, but what I got was tons of practice …

[ Written by Caroline | 17 Nov 2014 | 39 Comments | ]

There are certain wonders of nature that will fascinate every single human being on this planet. The colourful clouds dancing across the winter sky of the northern hemisphere are one of those wonders. The eyes of even the hardest-boiled beach goers and fans of tropical climates are lighting up when they hear about them. I hardly know anybody who doesn’t dream of seeing them: northern lights.
I have always been drawn north …

[ Written by Kathi | 20 Oct 2014 | 10 Comments | ]
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