By Kellie Bright on Wed, 21/09/2011 - 12:37am, 0 comments
Tell us about yourself. Who are you? Where are you from? What is your favourite animal?
I’m Juno Kim, ex-Mechanical Engineer and now a perpetual backpacker. A firm believer of serendipity, and living by passion and love in life.
I travel with the Kiwi brothers (stuffed animals), maybe you have seen them occasionally on Runaway Juno? But I’ve never hung out with actual Kiwi birds though. Llamas, baby goats and turtles are recently registered on “Juno’s favourite animals” list.
By Kellie Bright on Wed, 07/09/2011 - 6:24pm, 0 comments
During the week we posted a Facebook photo of Gecko's legend San Khoo reacting to a friendly chameleon. We asked our Facebook fans to submit their funny captions, and we absolutely loved them! Check out what our fans had to say, and add your own in the comments section below.
By Kellie Bright on Wed, 31/08/2011 - 11:38pm, 0 comments
After years of presenting him with the same old socks and jocks combo, why not treat your dear old dad to something different this Father's Day?
Ask the old man to take an adventure with you, and the pair of you could be jetting off somewhere exciting (but maybe don't refer to him as "old man" when you ask!). Whether it's for a bit of bonding time, or just to get him out of his comfort zone, every destination holds something exciting. Now it's up to you to help him narrow it down:
By Leigh Barnes on Thu, 04/08/2011 - 12:49am, 0 comments
Orlando-based travel blogger Ben Reed is President and Chief Adventurer of adventureswithben.com a website to help travellers plan, explore and enjoy the top destination in world travel.
Without a doubt, game spotting ranks as a must-do when visiting Africa. Whether your travels take you to a private game reserve or one of the expansive national parks, here are six tips to help you prepare for your drive:
This is one of our best short treks in Nepal, and gives you the chance to stay in community lodges, which are located well off the tourist trail in some of the region's smallest and most beautiful villages.
By Rob Forsyth on Tue, 10/05/2011 - 11:23pm, 0 comments
There's no better way to see Africa than with a big overland trip: no other way of seeing the continent reveals its amazing diversity and range of cultures and landscapes, If it's remote, adventurous and immersive travel you're after - this is the way to go. So, for Africa-bound overlanders, here's a few handy hints before your big adventure, to help with preparations and what to expect while you're rattling across the great plains.