A Highway One Road Trip: A Guide To Australia’s Big Lap
A Highway One Road Trip across Australia is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the culture of this vast country.
The Self Transcendence Ultramarathon
The Self Transcendence Ultramarathon is so long that the few who complete it still can´t comprehend what they achieved.
Van Life: A beginners Guide to the Endless Road Trip
Nowadays the phrase “Van Life” means more than simply living in a vehicle. It reflects a cultural shift in thinking. Vanlifers are nomads, trading materialism for minimalism, and things for experiences.
AYAHUASCA: How To Have a Safe, Rewarding Experience
Ayahuasca will murder your ego a million times over, then make you believe it has murdered your body. During this journey, the last thing you need to worry about is who’s watching your back.
Mount Kailash: The Sacred Himalayan Peak Forbidden to Climbers
Despite numerous attempts to reach the 6,600-meter summit, it remains one of the world’s highest unclimbed mountains. So, why has nobody ever climbed Mount Kailash?
The Medjugorje Miracle of the Sun: Myth or Genuine Miracle?
Believers will tell you that the miracle of the Sun is exactly that – a miracle that offers incontrovertible proof of the existence of a higher power. On the other hand, scientific explanations range from stratospheric dust, ice crystals in the clouds, to mass collective hallucinations.
HOW TO SAIL THE WORLD FOR FREE
If you’re happy to listen, learn, tell a decent joke, and roll up your sleeves with a positive attitude, then it really is entirely possible to sail the world for free.
THE SILK ROAD: Road Tripping the Route that Spawned Civilization
Nowadays, traveling the Silk Road is to follow the ghost of traders, merchants, and Mongol warriors. Much has changed. However, the Silk Road’s reputation as the world’s highest, lowest, hottest, coldest, longest, most rewarding road trip remains the same.
Human Rewilding: Become a Hunter-Gatherer in Your Own Back Yard
WHAT: Human Rewilding Apart from being slightly smarter than the average monkey, our pre-agricultural ancestors were as “wild” as the animals they stalked or the berries they picked. Fast forward a few millennia. Nowadays, only a fraction of their domesticated descendants know what it’s like to forage for edible plants or kill their own meat. […]
The Billboard Liberation Front: A Beginners Guide to ‘Brandalism’
The Billboard Liberation Front uses graffiti, brandalism, subvertising, and culture jamming tactics to stick it to corporate advertisers.