"Travelling. It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a story teller"
However you like to explore the world, here you will find stories about journeys across the globe, travel tips and inspiration for your next big adventure.
We caught up with the fascinating inventor of The Travel Bra – anthropologist Dr Annie Holden to learn more about her travels and work with with many different Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups, marble mine workers in India, and more recently in Papua New Guinea
It’s no wonder Macedonia is leaping on to the adventure travel scene. This is the ultimate adventurous can-do country with a personal kind of magic. On a five-day mountain bike trip around the country’s southwest region, fulfilling our group’s random demands became an informal game of “meet that challenge”.
Be inspired to dream of adventures in India with this stunning photo essay from intrepid traveller Trisha Wamelink.
"My first job after finishing school was working as a travel consultant. After a few years on the job, I wanted to be out there exploring the world for myself." Meet Rachel, who after years of dreaming finally scored her dream job of travelling the world.
There is always a certain anticipation in the preparation leading up to a big trip. Making sure you have the right equipment, mapping out your journey and reading travel guide after travel guide in the singular hope that it will capture a sense of reality to where ever it is that you are going.
The barriers to adventure collectively diminish as you get older and more experienced at life. It's a bold statement and counterintuitive to what you might think. As you get older, wiser and more in touch, your adventures only get grander, more sophisticated, more grounded and have greater depth.
One thing I hear a lot of amongst would be adventuresses, is that they can’t afford to buy the ‘right gear’ to start training for their adventure, or they think they have to have all the gear and equipment before they even start. This is not the case! You certainly don’t need a full kit of technical gear to get started.
"Can I be painfully honest with you for a moment? I struggled to write this blog post. Sorry, agonised might be more accurate. I didn’t know how or where to start describing the life-changing experience that was the inaugural UN Women Australia Ride for Rights 2016."
The glamorous notion of cruising the globe on any kind of sailing boat may not ring any positive bells with you, and this was a view held by Maggie Joyce until she became embroiled in the ‘gypsy way of life’
Liss Connell is a self confessed dreamer, adventure seeker, nature lover, food and laughter enthusiast, herbal tea and chocolate addict. We've been enchanted by her journey through out Australia in her vintage 1959 Sunliner Caravan.
Meet the intrepid adventuress Marika from Women’s Own Adventures (WOA) who shares our love for the great outdoors, experiencing different cultures and making new friends, she is also passionate about making a difference in peoples lives.